Bancóldex launches a new loan scheme to finance investments to micro and small firms
10/09/2019 Since 1 year

Banco de Desarrollo de Colombia (Bancóldex) will offer new loans to finance micro and small enterprises willing to invest in new projects to diminish the environmental impact of their activities, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and adapt to climate change impacts.

Funding to be offered may be applied by micro and small firms to finance green investments, among others energy efficiency projects, including the replacement of old and inefficient equipment and retrofitting, as well as sustainable projects, including changes in processes and products, eco-innovation, and waste management and valorization options.

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