The Annual Report 2013 of the CEI Fund at the EBRD outlines projects and activities supported by the Fund throughout the year, namely approved and implemented Technical Cooperation assignments as well as Know-how Exchange Programme projects.
The Annual Report 2012 of the CEI Fund at the EBRD outlines projects and activities supported by the CEI Fund at the EBRD throughout the year, namely approved and closed Technical Cooperation assignments as well as Know-how Exchange Programme projects.
This report is a study on the prospects and long-term impact of Next Generation Biofuels. It has been commissioned to the Bloomberg - New Energy Finance team by the CEI Secretariat and represents the basis for future action in this field.
This publication focuses on the impact of technical assistance supported by the CEI Fund at the EBRD in the sustainable energy sector, particularly in the framework of the EBRD Sustainable Energy Initiative.
The Office for the CEI Fund at the EBRD has published an Impact Assessment and Analysis of the CEI Know-how Exchange Programme. The report reveales the success of the Programme in taking advantage of the transition experience of the recently admitted EU members to avoid obstacles and speed up processes in the CEI countries which aim at filling similar gaps.
The Retrospective Review has been recently released by the Secretariat for CEI Projects (CEI-PS) with the purpose of analysing the last 17 years of activity of the CEI Trust Fund at the EBRD. The Retrospective Review assessed how the CEI Trust Fund has been used and the impact it has created, through its three main programmes – the Technical Cooperation Programme, the Know-how Exchange Programme and the Cooperation Activities Programme. Based on this work, the authors identified some areas of improvement in the CEI-PS operations and proposed relevant solutions.
The CEI Plan of Action 2010-2012 has been extended for another year and therefore remains valid throughout the year 2013.
The Plan of Action constitutes a framework for development of activities and projects proposed or initiated by individual Member States, CEI Networks of Focal Points and other CEI bodies in the CEI areas of activity. Each area of activity contains a minimum of two and a maximum of four priorities, around which the proposed activities and projects should be developed. The Plan of Action 2010-2012 was adopted by the Heads of Government at their meeting in Bucharest on 13 November 2009.