10/06/2020

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Published by Myanmar Times

9th Jun 2020

The International Finance Corporation (IFC) is considering investing a further US$87 million in Yoma Micro Power to help Myanmar supply electricity to remote off-grid communities and reduce its carbon emissions.

Part of the World Bank Group, the IFC said it had proposed arranging a loan package of $80 million to the energy firm, which builds micro power plants and mini-grids in Myanmar.

https://www.mmtimes.com/news/ifc-boost-funding-grid-solar-power-myanmar.html

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