In Bosnia and Herzegovina, over 75% of primary energy is supplied by fossil fuels, of which the housing sector consumes around 40%. Most electricity is produced in thermal power plants, with most private households heating their homes with coal. This has led to rising air pollution throughout the country.
However, through 5,000 micro-loans, Partner has helped its clients insulate their homes and reduce their energy consumption, reducing air pollution, energy consumption and energy costs, and improving lives across the country.
By developing a new Home Energy credit line for their customers and setting up a risk management system for these loans, Partner has boosted its portfolio growth and gained a competitive edge.
Through this collaboration, we’ve demonstrated how green finance can help institutions reach a broader client-base, and ensure sustainable portfolio growth, whilst enabling widespread, positive environmental impact. Get in touch to start your green journey today.