SUNREF Ghana: A Tailormade solution
The most cost effective way to save money is to use energy more efficiently and achieve sustainability. To finance and support businesses and individuals to use green energy and technology. SUNREF in partnership with CalBank has designed a special purpose financing programme to enable Ghana seize the opportunities of going green.
This innovative program is part of a worldwide initiative developed by AFD to mobilise public and private banks to finance private sector investments involving green technologies and sustainable energy. In addition, the EU is supporting the program by financing the technical assistance component as well as providing an investment grant to eligible projects.
The aim of SUNREF Ghana is to facilitate access to affordable sustainable energy to allow companies and households to acquire higher quality equipment, make cost savings and become more competitive by managing energy more efficiently, while respecting the environment. SUNREF Ghana will also support businesses offering goods and services related to energy and environmental management (including waste and water management, pollution abatement).
In partnership with CalBank, SUNREF is offering businesses, organisations and households the opportunity to access financing for sustainable energy projects, and assistance in structuring green investments.
The SUNREF Ghana Programme provides:
- A special loan product with very competitive terms
- A grant portion of up to 10%
- Free technical assistance for project implementation
The SUNREF Ghana Financing Programme is scheduled for launch in a few weeks through its partner banks. With SUNREF Ghana and CalBank, you now have a wonderful opportunity to be part of an ecological transition, whether you are a large corporate, an SME or even a household looking to improve your energy efficiency.
If you would like more information about the SUNREF Ghana Financing Programme, and are looking to be part of our physical/virtual launch, speak to your CalBank Relationship Manager today.
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