Projects

"Green Cities Facility Project”

  • Recipient countries: North Macedonia, Albania, Armenia, Georgia, Jordan, Mongolia, Moldova, Serbia and Tunisia
  • Project size: Large (USD 592 million)

The Green Cities Facility Project is dedicated to enabling the transition of cities to low-carbon, climate-resilient urban development. It is closely linked to GCF results areas such as energy generation and access, transport, buildings, cities, industries and appliances, livelihoods of people and communities, infrastructure and built environment.

The project was approved by the GCF in October 2018 and has an estimated lifespan of 23 years. It will be implemented with support of EBRD, as GCF Accredited Entity, with participation of national governments and municipalities in the nice countries.

Cabinet of the Deputy President of the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia, in charge of economic affairs and coordination of economic departments
National Designated Authority (NDA)/Focal Point for interaction with the Green Climate Fund

Web: www.vicepremier-ekonomija.gov.mk
Contact person

  Mr Daniel Josifovski, Advisor, Cabinet of the Deputy President of the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia, in charge of economic affairs and coordination of economic departments


 Ms. Sandra Andovska, Advisor for Climate Changes, Cabinet of the Deputy President of the Government of the Republic of North Macedonia, in charge of economic affairs and coordination of economic departments

Email

 daniel.josifovski@gs.gov.mk


 sandra.andovska@gs.gov.mk

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
Executing Entity

Web: www.ebrd.com
Contact info

  Headquartered in: United Kingdom One Exchange Square, London EC2A 2JN


Phone

  +44 20 7338 6000

Green Development North Macedonia

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