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To assist the financing of renewable energy projects, the Jordan Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Fund is in the process of being set up which will be available, by application, to local or international developers and funded by the Government.
The plan includes a [euro]70million energy efficiency fund which policy makers claim will create 2,000 posts.
The Cyprus Energy Agency, a non-profit non-governmental organisation (ngo) supported by the European Commission and the municipalities' union, has said that it would liaise with the European Energy Efficiency Fund (EEE-F) to obtain 90 per cent of the funding for the necessary technical and financial studies.
Around 75% of the funding came from the Department of Health's pounds 100m Energy Efficiency Fund, with the remainder paid for by the hospital.
Around 75% of funding came from the Department of Health's Energy Efficiency Fund with the remainder paid for by the hospital.
An energy efficiency fund is also being set up with the assistance of Asian Development Bank to facilitate energy sector in enhancing generation and distribution capacity.
Some of the key green features of the bill include accelerating the deployment of "smart grid" technology (systems of routing power in ways that optimize energy-efficiency), providing energy efficiency funds for schools, offering support for governors and mayors to beef up energy efficiency in private homes and public buildings, and establishing a new loan guarantee program to help renewable energy producers survive in down economic times.
Through the Connecticut Energy Efficiency Fund, UI provides programs and services to help residential, and small and large businesses become more energy efficient.