Statement by Financial Institutions on Energy Efficiency Finance


Name of initiative Statement by Financial Institutions on Energy Efficiency Finance
LPAA initiative Yes
NAZCA Initiative Yes
Website address
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Starting year 2015
End year
Secretariat UN Environment Program Financial Initiative (UNEP FI), e-mail:; and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), e-mail:
Organisational structure It is a declaration that actors can sign.
Geographical coverage Global
Name of lead organisation European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the UN Environment Program Financial Initiative (UNEP FI)
Type of lead organisation International organisation
Location/Nationality of lead organisation Switzerland


Description Launched in September 2015 by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the UN Environment Program Financial Initiative (UNEP FI), the ‘Statement by Financial Institutions on Energy Efficiency Finance’ aims at informing banks from all regions, and at mobilizing them to express their interest in financing energy efficiency. It contributes to increasing the visibility and awareness on the topic, while highlighting the key contribution of banks.
Objectives Contributing to scaling up energy efficiency financing;

Working towards tracking the amounts of finance going to energy efficiency; Further exchanging with their clients to guide them towards energy efficiency financing decisions; Working with institutional and public financiers that seek to deploy energy efficiency finance; Sharing their experience on energy efficiency finance and strive to learn from best practices in the sector to enhance their activity of financing energy efficiency.

Activities Both EBRD and UNEP FI will regularly exchange with the signatories of the Statement on their progress and potential difficulties in attaining the objective of the Statement. This will contribute to an informal follow-up of the development of practices of banks and their sharing.
One or two success stories achieved

Monitoring and Impacts

Function of initiative Technical dialogue, Funding
Activity of initiative Financing, Knowledge dissemination and exchange
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Participants Number Names
Members 108  
Companies 0
Business organisations 0
Research and educational organisations 0
Non-governmental organisations 0
National states 0
Governmental actors 0
Regional / state / county actors 0
City / municipal actors 0
Intergovernmental organisations 0
Financial Institutions 108 Endorsed by over 108 banks and financial institutions from more than 40 countries:

ABN AMRO (Netherlands),  ACBA - Credit Agricole Bank (France),  ACCESSBANK (Nigeria),  Agjencioni Per Financim NE Kosove (Kosovo),  Agricultural Development Bank of China (China),  AKBank (Turkey),  Ameriabank (Armenia),  Armswissbank (Switzerland),  ASN Bank (Netherlands),  Bai Tushum & Partners (Kyrgyzstan),  Banca Intesa Serbia (Serbia),  Banamex (Mexico),  Banca Transilvania (Rumania),  Bancolombia (Colombia),  Bancompartir (Colombia),  Bank Eskhata (Tajikistan),  Bank Millennium (Poland),  Bank of Georgia (Georgia),  Bank of India (India),  Bank of Jiangsu (China),  Bank of Valletta (Malta),  Bank Republic (USA),  Basisbank (Denmark),  BBVA (Spain),  Belgazprombank (Belgium),  Belvnesheconombank (Belarus),  BMCE Bank of Africa (Morocco),  BNP Paribas (France),  Bpifrance (France),  BPS-SBERBank (Russia),  BRAC Bank Limited (Bangladesh),  BRD - Groupe Societe Generale (France),  CASA DE Economii SI Consemnatiuni (Italy),  CenterInvest Bank (Russia),  CIBanco (Spain),  Connecticut Green Bank (USA),  Credit Agricole (France),  Credit Coopératif (France),  Credit Foncier (France),  CREDO (United Kingdom),  Daegu Bank (South Korea),  Demir Kyrgyz International Bank (Kyrgyzstan),  Demirbank (Kyrgyzstan),  DenizBank (Russia),  Desjardins Group (France),  Development Bank of the Philippines (Philippines),  Ecobank (Togo),  Erste & Steiermarkische Bank (Germany),  Eurobank (Greece),  Findeter (Colombia),  Firstrand (South Africa),  Garanti Bankasi (Turkey),  Garanti Leasing (Romania),  Halkbank Skopje (Croatia),  Hana Bank (South Korea),  HSBC Bank Armenia (Armenia),  Humo MDO (Tajikistan),  Huaxia Bank (China),  ICBC (China),  IDLC Finance Limited (Bangladesh),  Imon International (Tajikistan),  Industrial Bank (USA),  ING Group (Netherlands),  KRK Kosovo (Kosovo),  Kyrgyz Investment and Credit Bank (Kyrgyzstan),  La Banque Postale (France),  Megabank Public Joint Stock Company (Ukraine),  Microinvest (Romania),  Minsk Transit Bank (Belarus),  Mobiasbanca (Moldova),  Moldincombank (Moldova),  Moldova Agroindbank (Moldova),  Mutualista Pichincha (Ecuador),  National Bank of Egypt (Egypt),  Nationwide Building Society (United Kingdom),  NLB Tutunska Banka Skopje (Croatia),  NRW Bank (Germany),  Ohridska Banka Ohrid (Macedonia),  OTP Bank Romania (Romania),  Pireaus Bank (Greece),  Postbank—Eurobank (Belgium),  Procredit Group (Germany),  Raiffeisen Bank (Austria),  SEF International Universal Credit Organization (Armenia),  Şekerbank (Turkey),  Shinhan Bank (South Korea),  Slovenska Sporitelna (Slovenia),  Societe Generale Group (France),  Societe Generale Banka Beograd (Serbia),  State Export Import Bank of Ukraine (Ukraine),  Sudameris Bank (Paraguay),  Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Holdings (Japan),  Tatra banka (Slovakia),  Triodos Bank (Netherlands),  TuranBank (Azerbaijan),  Türkiye Ýþ Bankasý (Turkey),  Türkiye Sinai Kalkinma Bankasi (Turkey),  UK Green Investment Bank (United Kingdom),  Ukrsibbank (Ukraine),  Unibank (Azerbaijan),  Unicredit Bank Mostar (Bosnia and Herzegovina),  Unicreditbank Serbia (Serbia),  Unicredit Bulbank (Bulgaria),  Unicredit Tiriac Banka (Romania),  United Bulgarian Bank (Bulgaria),  Vakiflar Bankasi (Turkey),  VTB Georgia (Georgia),  VUB Slovakia(Slovakia),  Xac Bank (Mongolia),  Yapý ve Kredi Bankasi (Turkey),  YES Bank (India),  Zagrebacka Banka (Croatia).

Faith based organisations 0
Other members 0
Supporting partners 0
Number of members in the years
Have only national states as participators No


Transport Agriculture Forestry Business Financial institutions Buildings Industry Waste Cities and subnational governments Short Term Pollutants International maritime transport Energy Supply Fluorinated gases Energy efficiency Renewable energy Supply chain emission reductions Adaptation Other Resilience Innovation Energy Access and Efficiency Private Finance
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Last update: 11 October 2019 14:24:31

Not only have national states as participators