June 21, 2019 / Today, the Green Climate Fund and the Netherlands Development Finance Company (FMO) signed an agreement marking the launch of climate investor one (CIO), a mixed financing mechanism to support the development of renewable energy projects in 11 countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. You`ll find FMO`s sustainable development policy universe and its exclusion list on the „Policies and Position Statements” page. 18 Oct 2018 / GCF today signed an agreement that will allow the FMO to implement low-carbon, climate-resilient projects in developing countries funded by the GCC. The agreement with the Dutch state is valid for an indeterminate period and can be terminated with 12 years` notice. In practice, FMO does not issue external debt projects beyond 12 years. FMO manages funds for the Dutch government`s foreign affairs and economic ministries to maximize the impact of private sector investment on development. For example, the Capacity Development Program provides access to management and technical know-how. The Nederlandse Financierings-Maatschappij voor Ontwikkelingslanden N.V. (FMO) is an international entity, particularly the Netherlands Development Bank, which focuses on private sector development in developing countries. The FMO uses a large number of financial instruments to support private sector investment in sectors important for sustainable development and the fight against climate change and for adaptation to climate change, such as renewable energy such as solar, wind, wind and hydro, energy efficiency and forestry. It has achieved this by working with local private sector institutions in developing countries to implement climate-resilient projects and programmes. The agreement with the Dutch state contains two important items from the point of view of investors: in 2009, the FMO invested in a coal-fired power plant near Bargny in Senegal, called Sendou I. The project sparked a debate about the impact on residents` environmental conditions.
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