IEA and the development bank:
Strengthen Mexico’s energy development
Since 2 years

The International Energy Agency (IEA) is an institution founded in the 70’s to promote the coordination of energy policies of its member states in order to ensure reliable, affordable and clean energy to their citizens. On February 17, 2018, thanks to the profound energy reform currently underway and its efforts towards a sustainable energy transition, Mexico officially became its 30th member country and the first in Latin America.

By Adalberto Padilla

New study reveals the status of climate risk management in LAC banks
A survey among 78 financial institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean holding 54% of the total assets managed by the banking sector in the region, revealed that 38% of banks incorporate guidelines on climate cha...
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The Development Bank of Minas Gerais (BDMG) is preparing to raise about $100 million in green bonds, with support from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
The BDMG presents on Tuesday a framework, document that details the the scope of companies or projects that can be targeted for funding, a preview of the funding itself, which should be released in the coming months. ...
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BNDES Energy Efficiency Fund will receive a contribution of R$30million from the Procel
Resources reduce the risk of default assumed by lenders FGEnergia should leverage with a guarantee R$ 200 million to projects in the country.
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