Brazil's BNDES obtains US$100 million for renewables from Japanese banks


Brazilian development bank BNDES has obtained US$100 million from Japanese entities for renewable energy projects. The agreement for the line of credit was subscribed by the Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) the Bank of Tokyo-Mistubishi and Mizuho Bank.

The resources will be challened into BNDES' Green Line, which supports climate projects and renewable energy. Already there are four deals between Brazilian entitites and JBIC for resources through the Green Line.

BNDES operates various lines of credit for renewable energy projects, among these lines of credit specifically for solar PV projects.

This article was translated by Christian Roselund. For the original article in Spanish, please see the pv magazine LatinoAmérica website.

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