NEW REPORT: Is the EIB too faulty to become the ‘EU Development Bank’?
November 9, 2020
With the EU actively debating the reshaping of its development role in the context of the current global health and economic challenges and the ‘Finance in Common’ summit kicking off today, the European Investment Bank (EIB) is looking to take center stage as the new ‘EU Development Bank’.
Can the EIB become the “EU Development Bank”?
November 9, 2020
This report analyses the EIB’s track record in the development field and offers a series of detailed recommendations for fundamental reforms at the EIB, so that the Bank can better support partner countries’ development priorities and ultimately become a credible candidate for the “EU Development Bank” seat.
EU fossil fuel investment ban to hit energy industry
November 18, 2019
The European Investment Bank’s (EIB) recent decision to phase out funding for fossil fuel projects could have far-reaching implications for energy companies and countries across the continent, a number of experts have warned.
Den europeiske investeringsbanken kutter fossil energi
November 15, 2019
Skal ikke finansiere fossile energiprosjekter etter 2021. Den europeiske investeringsbanken kutter fossil energi
Građani i dalje ne znaju koliko će koštati autoput
April 8, 2019
“Autoput je trebalo da bude završen u maju ove godine, ali će kasniti zbog određenog nesnalaženja kod projektovanja, usklađivanja sa evropskom dokumentacijom i hidrogeoloških istraživanja”, rekao je Mujević.Source: Građani i dalje ne znaju koliko će ko
Who really benefits from Georgia’s Nenskra hydropower plant?
May 4, 2017
The Nenskra hydropower plant is implemented by two state-owned institutions and likely to be funded by several publicly owned development banks. Nonetheless, information about the contested project is being held back from public scrutiny.
No security for Europe from the Southern Gas Corridor
May 16, 2016
With an ownership structure heavily influenced by Azerbaijan, the European Commission’s flagship energy project may end up being a costly piece of infrastructure that does not increase Europe’s energy security but offers a tool for political leverage to the authoritarian Aliyev regime.