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Financing secured through the use of assets as collateral.  If the borrower does not meet the financial obligations outlined in the lending agreement, the pledged assets are transferred to the lender as compensation.

A fund created to exclusively finance and promote clean energy, technology, and social innovation projects, as qualified by the fund requirements.

Loans made to local groups of primarily small and medium sized enterprises who produce related or complementary products and services.  Cluster loans consist of subprogram loans with individual members of the cluster in order to realize comprehensive gains.

A concessional or preferential loan is where a lender provides a loan below market interest rates.

An established amount of credit that a financial institution loans, and maintains in loan, to a borrower.  A borrower may reimburse or draw upon the line of credit, up to the established maximum amount, at any time.

A security that represents ownership in a company. Equity capital, which comes in various forms, seek opportunities to invest - take an equity position - in companies, projects or a portfolio of projects.

Energy Service Companies (ESCOs) are enterprises to which clients (hosts) outsource the design, construction, implementation, financing and maintenance of energy management, energy conservation projects, and efficiency measures through an energy performance contract. The resulting energy savings are typically shared with the host.

An entity created to guarantee repayment of all or a certain portion of loans, typically offered for borrowing for specific purposes or to a certain class of borrower to increase their creditworthiness and enhance return on equity, increase borrower exposure limits, and to reduce credit risk.

Financial incentives (subsidies, taxes, price differentiation or market creation) offered to promote a change in technology, behavior or products.

A Revolving Loan Funds (RLF) is a self-replenishing account operating outside any fiscal year limitations to finance specific activities of a given entity or enterprise.  Revenue generated from activities financed by the fund is returned to support further operations.

Support for financial entities and enterprises provided to ensure the effective implementation of projects.  Technical assistance may include support in financial or policy management, engineering, administrative support, and the sharing of networks and best practices.

Financing offered by electricity or natural gas generation or distribution companies to their customers for the implementation of energy efficiency  measures, often on concessional terms, in integrated packages with technical assistance, typically to meet government-mandated energy efficiency targets.

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    China

    China Energy Efficiency Financing

    Program Type:
    Credit line;
    Year:
    2008
    Status:
    Completed
    Sponsoring Entity:
    World Bank
    Counterpart Entity:
    Commercial Banks
    Export-Import Bank of China (China EXIM)
    Huaxia Bank
    Minsheng Bank

    China

    China Utility Energy Efficiency Program (CHUEE)

    Program Type:
    Guarantee/risk-sharing facility;
    Technical assistance;
    Year:
    2006
    Status:
    In operation
    Sponsoring Entity:
    International Finance Corporation (IFC)
    Counterpart Entity:
    Commercial Banks

    Bulgaria

    Bulgarian Energy Efficiency and Renewable Sources Fund (EERSF)

    Program Type:
    Equity;
    Revolving fund;
    Technical assistance;
    Year:
    2005
    Status:
    In operation
    Sponsoring Entity:
    Austrian Government
    Bulgarian Government
    Global Environment Facility (GEF)
    Counterpart Entity:
    Ministry of Economy, Energy and Tourism (MEET), Bulgaria

    Vermont

    Efficiency Vermont

    Program Type:
    Utility financing;
    Year:
    2009
    Status:
    Completed
    Sponsoring Entity:
    Vermont Public Service Board (PSB)
    Counterpart Entity:
    Vermont Energy Investment Corporation (VEIC)

    United States of America

    Metrus Energy

    Program Type:
    Asset-based lending;
    Year:
    2009
    Status:
    In operation
    Sponsoring Entity:
    Metrus Energy
    Counterpart Entity:
    Commercial Banks
    ESCOs

    Central and Eastern Europe

    Energy Audits Program (EAP)

    Program Type:
    Asset-based lending;
    Technical assistance;
    Year:
    2002
    Status:
    In operation
    Sponsoring Entity:
    European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
    Counterpart Entity:
    Consultants

    India

    日本国际合作署(JICA)节能贷款

    Program Type:
    Credit line;
    Year:
    2008
    Status:
    Completed
    Sponsoring Entity:
    Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA)
    Counterpart Entity:
    Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)

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