EEIF

AcronymDefinition
EEIFEmerging Europe Infrastructure Fund (American International Group)
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Last year, Delawares EEIF grants supported 146 projects that, collectively, will result in lower electricity use amounting to 29 million kilowatt-hours per year.
EEIF focuses on providing growth capital to proven midstream management teams in North America and pursues attractive investment opportunities in:
Nikki Silcock from the EEIF added: "Hydro power is a real untapped resource at the moment but is a key element of the Renewable Energy Strategy as a way of generating energy electricity from micro and small-scale schemes.
Nikki Silcock, from EEIF, said: "The demand for low carbon vehicles - and low carbon technologies generally - has grown significantly in recent years but it's still very much an emerging market.
Chris Hayward, acting director of Renew said: "That so many members are already enjoying the benefits of the EEIF is encouraging, as the network is designed to support this growing sector especially across North East England.
Both the event and indeed the EEIF will fulfil this need and we hope we can provide regional SMEs with the opportunity to network in a commercially focused interactive environment that is truly unique.
The aim of the EEIF is to connect the diverse range of companies operating in the green sector through a comprehensive directory, an extensive events programme, jobs database, daily news feed and weekly newsletter.
The group said it was selling its share of its Dutch joint venture, Jarvis Estonia, to EEIF Rail ( an affiliate of its partners in the venture ( for pounds 6.
TIW acquired those equity interests from EEIF Melville B.