Tags (10) : energy
11/17/2016 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Designed as part of the Moroccan Solar Plan, the Ouarzazate solar power complex is continuously expanding. Its Phase III is now under way, with commissioning due end 2017. Version française
AFD, agence française de développement, banque européenne d'investissement, BEI, Boujdour, Concentrated solar power, CSP, energy, KFW, Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau, Laâyoune, Masen, Midelt, Morocco, Mustapha Sellam, Noor, Ouarzazate, photovoltaic, PV, Rachid Bayed, solar power complex, Tata, Union européenne
05/29/2013 | Reflections
03/25/2013 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Having given €4.3 billion in loans to France in 2012, The European Investment Bank will have a budget of €7 billion in 2013.
Astra, Autolib, Bolloré, BPCC, Caisse d'Epargne, Crédit coopératif, Crédit Mutuel Arkéa, Demeter, EIB, EIF, Elaia Alpha, electric vehicles, energy, European investment Bank, European investment fund, financial tools, France, Free, loans, mocro-enterprises, OP Ventures, Philippe de Fontaine-Vive, Renault, SME, Société GénéraleE, sustainable transport, urban development
11/02/2012 | Environmental and development issues
MEDITERRANEAN. In complement to work on energy and tourism in the Mediterranean region supported by the European Investment Bank, the Plan Bleu has just presented the results of its two topics. This work questions the notion of the ‘sustainability’ of tourist destinations, and opens up avenues to...
11/02/2012 | Euro-Mediterranean projects
Manufacturing with OCP, techno-hubs with MEDZ, and Plan Maroc vert (green Morocco), the European Investment Bank makes its presence in Morocco felt like never before. The EIB grants over €270 million in loans to this country in just a few days. MOROCCO / EUROPE. By signing a loan for €130 million...
Agadir, agriculture, Agropolis, Atlantic Free Zone, banque européenne d'investissement, Berkane, CDG Developpement, development, economic, eib, energy, europe, european investment bank, femip, Gharb-Kenitra, green Morocco, Haouz-Marrakesh, irrigation, Kénitra, loans, luxembourg, Maroc Vert, massa, mediterranean., MEDZ, Meknès, MidParc, morocco, Nizar Baraka, Nouasser, OCP, Parc Haliopolis, Parc Technopolis, Philippe de Fontaine Vive, plan, Rabat-Salé, SME's, social, souss, Technopole Oujda, telecommunications, the Agropole, transport, urban infrastructure and industry, water, younger generation
10/30/2012 | Mediterranean territorial issues
Building Foundation, CSTB, Cyprus, Cyprus Energy, ENEA, energy, energy efficient, Europe, France, Frattamaggiore, Genoa, GERES, Greece, Institut de la Méditerranée, Institute, Intelligent Energy, Italy, Jozef Stefan Institute, Languedoc-Roussillon, LAORE Sardegna, Macedonia, Malaga City Council, Malta, Malte, Méditerranean, OEK, Promotion, Renewable Energy, Roux-Alezais, régions périphériques maritime, Slovenia, Spain, Technological Innovation, Thrace, Valencia Institute, Workers Housing Organisation
10/24/2012 | Environmental and development issues
On 17th June, in Marseille, the Plan Bleu (Blue Plan) for the Mediterranean, heard a presentation from El Habib El Andaloussi on an energy “Departure Scenario” in 2030. The full study is to be published in September 2011, but the findings are already known: the reality on the ground has exceeded...
10/03/2012 | Reflections
Promoting green growth in the Mediterranean region in support of sustainable development and poverty reduction, is a major challenge nowadays. Facing this challenge is not only necessary, but also efficient and achievable. Economic efficiency and job creation are at the heart of green growth The...
09/29/2012 | Environment
Environmental regulations on passenger shipping are complex and undergo regular changes. They are now aiming to reduce the sea and air pollution caused by ships.
CO2, coastal waters, Corsica, ecology, energy, english channel, environmental regulations, EU regulations, garbage, International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage, international maritime association, Marpol, Marseilles, martime shipping, Melbourne, north sea, oil, ozone, PCBs, pollution, port, SECA, shipowners, Sulphur control areas, sustainable, Tasmania, Toulon, Yannick Casteur
05/24/2011 | Society
MEDITERRANEAN. FEMIP, the financial arm of the EIB, has put a technical assistance programme in place to encourage partner Mediterranean countries to resort to PPP in order to accelerate the realisation of their major infrastructure programmes.