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1.

Centennial Coal Company

Centennial Pumped Hydro Energy Storage

  • 13 Million
  • Australia
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Centennial Pumped Hydro Energy Storage
Company Name Centennial Coal Company
Country Australia , Australia and New Zealand
Project Value 13 Million
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The Centennial Pumped Hydro Energy Storage project will perform a series of technical studies and trials for the potential deployment of a nominal 600 MW pumped hydro energy storage (PHES) system using underground coal mining voids. Need The Centennial Pumped Hydro Energy Storage project acknowledges that Large-scale PHES can firm up intermittent renewable generation. It provides flexibility and balancing management allowing the market operator to ensure security and reliability given a high (>50%) integration of renewable intermittent generation. AEMO’s Integrated System Plan 2020 suggests the NEM will require 6-19 GW of storage by 2035. It is estimated that underground coal mining PHES, when compared to traditional PHES, could result in significant cost reductions driven by the lower cost of civil construction works (due to the pre-existing lower reservoir and existing underground shafts) as well as benefiting from being located close to the strong areas of existing transmission infrastructure associated with incumbent coal fired power generators. Action Through performing a series of technical studies and trials the project will test the potential deployment of a PHES system using underground coal mining voids. If successful, Centennial Coal will conduct a detailed engineering design and feasibility study which will culminate into a Final Investment Decision (FID) for one of its Lake Macquarie sites. The construction would be a first-of-kind underground PHES deployment. Outcome The project aims to increase skills, capacity and knowledge of renewable energy technologies by improving the understanding of the technical feasibility and risks of underground PHES, including determining whether a coal mining void is viable as a lower reservoir option for PHES facilities; increase the value delivered by renewable energy by indicating the key materials and designs of turbines and maintenance requirements for successful PHES facilities utilising coal mining void as lower reservoirs; and improve the understanding of the commercial advantages that underground PHES may contribute to the reduction in cost of renewable energy.

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Company Name Centennial Coal Company
Address Location Fassifern, New South Wales
Web Site https://arena.gov.au/projects/centennial-pumped-hydro-energy-storage/

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Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)

Brazil Emergency Assistance Program for Economic Recovery

  • 3,500 Billion
  • Brazil
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Brazil Emergency Assistance Program for Economic Recovery
Company Name Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
Country Brazil , South America
Project Value 3,500 Billion
Project Detail

The Emergency Program (Program) is proposed to address the adverse economic impact of COVID-19 pandemic and enable economic recovery. Its objective is to improve SMEs’ access to credit by providing guarantees to help them overcome any temporary liquidity problem, ensure the continuity of their operations, and strengthen their financial sustainability, thereby preventing significant loss of jobs. Project Description The NDB’s loan (Loan) is to support the recovery of the Brazilian economy by providing resources for the Government of Brazil (GoB) to capitalize the FGI-PEAC Fund that provides guarantees to participating Financial Institution (FIs) on loans provided to SMEs. FGI was created in 2010 and is managed by the BNDES. FGI, in partnership with FIs, provides fast and less costly guarantees on SME loans availed from FIs. The Fund was expanded in 2020 under PEAC, as a response from the GoB to the COVID-19 impact on the economy. The Fund provides guarantees to participating FIs for 80% of the loans provided to SMEs, limited to BRL 10 million (USD 1.8 million) per SME per FI. No premium rate is charged and only minimum personal guarantees are required in accordance with the respective FIs’ policies.

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Company Name Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
Address BNDES:Fernando Mantese faoma@bndes.org
Web Site https://www.ndb.int/brazil-emergency-assistance-program-for-economic-recovery/

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Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock Company

Cellular Network and Cloud Services Expansion Project

  • 565 Million
  • Russia
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Cellular Network and Cloud Services Expansion Project
Company Name Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock Company
Country Russia , Eastern Europe
Project Value 565 Million
Project Detail

The Project aims to (i) improve mobile network penetration across Russia; and (ii) provide for cloud based services for enterprises. Project Description The components of the Project include: (i) Upgrade of cellular network infrastructure including installation of new cell towers; (ii) Deployment of cloud services infrastructure.

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Company Name Mobile TeleSystems Public Joint Stock Company
Address Name: Alexander Smirnov Aleksandr.V.Smirnov@mts.ru Name: Alexander Agadzhanov aagadzhanov@mts.ru
Web Site https://www.ndb.int/cellular-network-and-cloud-services-expansion-project/

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Ceylon Electricity Board

Kerawalapitiya – Port 2nd Transmission Line Project

  • 61 Million
  • Sri Lanka
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Kerawalapitiya – Port 2nd Transmission Line Project
Company Name Ceylon Electricity Board
Country Sri Lanka , Southern Asia
Project Value 61 Million
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OBJECTIVE To increase the capacity and enhance reliability of the power transmission line in Greater Colombo urban development area. DESCRIPTION The Project is to construct a new 220kV transmission line with an approximately 16km long underground cable between Kerawalapitiya and Colombo Port. The transmission line will be connected to the new 220kV Kerawalapitiya SwS and the existing 220kV Port GSS. The project will be carried out by Ceylon Electricity Board (CEB), the national entity responsible for generation, transmission, and a major portion of distribution in electricity sector of Sri Lanka.

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Company Name Ceylon Electricity Board
Address Dr. Herath M. Wijekoon Chief Engineer Transmission Planning
Email cetptgp.tr@ceb.lk
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/details/2020/proposed/Sri-Lanka-Kerawalapitiya-Port-2nd-Transmission-Line-Project.html

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Banco Regional de Desenvolvimento do Extremo Sul (The Far South Development Bank – BRDE)

BRDE Urban, Rural and Social Infrastructure Program to achieve the SDGs

  • 135 Million
  • Brazil
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BRDE Urban, Rural and Social Infrastructure Program to achieve the SDGs
Company Name Banco Regional de Desenvolvimento do Extremo Sul (The Far South Development Bank – BRDE)
Country Brazil , South America
Project Value 135 Million
Project Detail

The Project will contribute to addressing scarcity and bottlenecks of infrastructure in key sectors in the Southern Region of Brazil, by filling the gap of infrastructure financing needs, particularly for sub-national governments with limited access to infrastructure financing. Project Description NDB will provide a sovereign guaranteed loan to BRDE for on-lending to sustainable infrastructure projects to sub-borrowers in the Southern Region of Brazil. The sub-projects shall be selected by BRDE based on the following criteria: (i) the municipalities with a population preferably of less than 100,000 inhabitants that currently cannot directly access international financing due to regulatory restrictions; and (ii) state-owned enterprises and private sector companies, including their participation in concessions, public-private partnerships and other similar arrangements.

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Company Name Banco Regional de Desenvolvimento do Extremo Sul (The Far South Development Bank – BRDE)
Address Fernando Lopes Laurent fernando.laurent@brde.com.br
Web Site https://www.ndb.int/brde-urban-rural-and-social-infrastructure-program-to-achieve-the-sdgs/

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Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India

COVID-19 Emergency Program Loan for Supporting India’s Economic Recovery

  • 1,000 Billion
  • India
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COVID-19 Emergency Program Loan for Supporting India’s Economic Recovery
Company Name Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India
Country India , Southern Asia
Project Value 1,000 Billion
Project Detail

The Program will support India’s economic recovery through natural resource management works to facilitate economic activity and rural employment generation to stimulate rural demand, thereby spurring economic growth in a sustainable manner. Project Description The Program will support GoI in its efforts to contain the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic and start economic recovery. The Program will be undertaken through GoI’s Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme (MGNREGS). Loan proceeds of the Program will be allocated by Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance to Ministry of Rural Development, which is the nodal agency for MGNREGS implementation. The Program shall finance the expenditure on works categorized as Natural Resource Management works under MGNREGS, in the top ten states of India in terms of MGNREGS expenditure.

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Company Name Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India
Address Prasanna V. Salian pv.salian@nic.in
Web Site https://www.ndb.int/covid-19-emergency-program-loan-for-supporting-indias-economic-recovery/

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Municipality of Curitiba

Curitiba’s Bus Rapid Transit Rideability Improvement Project

  • 94 Million
  • Brazil
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Curitiba’s Bus Rapid Transit Rideability Improvement Project
Company Name Municipality of Curitiba
Country Brazil , South America
Project Value 94 Million
Project Detail

The Project aims to prioritize use of public transportation and discourage the use of individual transportation, thus improving socio-economic conditions through increased mobility, optimization, expansion and requalification of the public transportation infrastructure. Project Description The components of the Curitiba’s Bus Rapid Transit Rideability Improvement Project include: i) Lane Restructuring: This includes merge-and-go or drive-thru passing lanes in the corridors, pavement interventions supported by the principles of Greenroads® certification, traffic control and monitoring equipment, landscaping, accessibility and bus station improvements following an intelligent transportation system approach. It also includes a complementary feeder network with the implementation of the Safe System approach as part of Curitiba’s Life in Transportation (Vida no Trânsito) Program. a) East-West Corridor: There are 33 bus stations, over an extension of 22.5 km of concrete pavement. The complementary feeder network, outside of the East-West Corridor, will go through road infrastructure restructuring for an extension of 10.2 km of asphalt pavement. b) South Corridor: There are 13 bus stations, over an extension of 7.5 km. Concrete pavement will only be applied to the city block where the stations are located, for about 4.0 km of the South Corridor. ii) Bus Terminals: This includes infrastructure improvements of bus terminals along the East-West Corridor to support the integration of the complementary feeder network. Innovative technology will be applied to close the gap among traditional, smart and digital infrastructure to improve passenger experience.

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Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)

BNDES-NDB Sustainable Infrastructure Project

  • 1,500 Billion
  • Brazil
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BNDES-NDB Sustainable Infrastructure Project
Company Name Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
Country Brazil , South America
Project Value 1,500 Billion
Project Detail

The Project will support improvement in the socio-economic wellbeing of people in Brazil, in line with the GoB’s vision of driving growth through sustainable infrastructure development, as well as Brazil’s commitments to the 2030 Agenda. Project Description NDB will provide a sovereign guaranteed loan to BNDES for on-lending to the public and private sectors for sustainable infrastructure sub-projects in the following eligible sectors: Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (generation, transmission and distribution), Urban Mobility, Water and Sanitation, Transport and Logistics, Information and Communication Technology, and Social Infrastructure.

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Company Name Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES)
Address Luciene Machado luma@bndes.gov.br
Web Site https://www.ndb.int/bndes-ndb-sustainable-infrastructure-project-2/

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Finance Department, Government of Kerala

India: Resilient Kerala Program for Results

  • 125 Million
  • India
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India: Resilient Kerala Program for Results
Company Name Finance Department, Government of Kerala
Country India , Southern Asia
Project Value 125 Million
Project Detail

OBJECTIVE The Program objective is to enhance the state of Kerala’s resilience against the impacts of Climate Change (CC) and natural disasters, including disease outbreaks and pandemics. DESCRIPTION The proposed Program for Results (PforR) will support implementation of the two key government programs – the Rebuild Kerala Development Program (RKDP) and the State Health Mission (SHM). The Program will specifically support two Results Areas: (i) Strengthened institutional capacities and systems for managing shocks from climate change, natural disasters and disease outbreaks; and (ii) Demonstrating integrated approaches to multi-dimensional resilience at the local level. As a subset of the government programs, the boundaries of the PforR have been defined to include the following high priority sectors - Health, Road, Urban, Water Resource Management, Agriculture, Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance, Disaster Risk Management (DRM), and Fiscal and Governance.

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Company Name Finance Department, Government of Kerala
Address Mr. Rajesh Kumar Singh Additional Chief Secretary, Finance Department, Government of Kerala acs.finance@kerala.gov.in
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/details/2021/proposed/India-Resilient-Kerala-Program-for-Results.html

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Jolt Charge

Metro Advertising Revenue Funded Electric Vehicle Charging Trial

  • 2,00,000
  • Australia
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Metro Advertising Revenue Funded Electric Vehicle Charging Trial
Company Name Jolt Charge
Country Australia , Australia and New Zealand
Project Value 2,00,000
Project Detail

The Metro Advertising Revenue Funded Electric Vehicle Charging Trial will deploy 21 of Jolt’s Electric Vehicle (EV) charging and advertising panels in car parks and public spaces in Campbelltown City Council, Charles Sturt Council, Marion Council and Port Adelaide Enfield Council Adelaide, South Australia. Need The Metro Advertising Revenue Funded Electric Vehicle Charging Trial is designed to test and develop a model for advertising supported charging in Australia. If the model is successful, it may lead to an increase in EV charging infrastructure, which could help to reduce range anxiety for prospective purchasers of EVs in Australia – a key issue in consumer studies. Action South Australia has a high rate of renewable energy supply, which has driven interest in using EVs. The project will test an innovative business model where drivers can recharge at Jolt EV chargers at no cost (for a specified period), with the costs covered by revenues earned through the sale of advertising displayed on the charging units. Outcome The project’s business model has the potential to enable the roll out of public EV charging infrastructure (a key facilitator of EV adoption) in advance of high-volume EV sales. Learnings from this model will be shared through ARENA’s knowledge sharing channels.

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Company Name Jolt Charge
Address Adelaide, South Australia
Web Site https://arena.gov.au/projects/metro-advertising-revenue-funded-electric-vehicle-charging-trial/

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