Green Climate Fund
MUFG Bank supports its clients’ activities toward a sustainable world by providing finance. In line with our environmental and social policy, MUFG Bank will arrange finance with Green Climate Fund (“GCF”).
This page introduces GCF general information and MUFG Bank’s GCF guidelines for disclosure.
- The GCF was established by 194 governments to support reduction of greenhouse gases and addressing impacts of climate change in developing countries.
- GCF’s strategic results area include below sectors :
【Mitigation】 Reducing emissions
(ii)Buildings, cities, industries, and appliances
(iii)Forests and land use
(iv)Energy generation and access
【Adaptation】 Increasing resilience
(v)Health, food and water security
(vi)Ecosystems and ecosystem services
(vii)Livelihoods of people and communities
(viii)Infrastructure and build environment
- GCF funds will be transferred to and administered by accredited entities. MUFG Bank was approved as an Accredited Entity for Green Climate Fund (GCF) at the 17th GCF Board Meeting on July 5-6th 2017 in Korea.
Contacts & Reference
In case of any inquiries, questions, please contact below : +81-3-6259-2310
Primary : Chika Fukuyama, Associate, Social & Environmental Risk Assessment Office
Secondary: Akira Otaka, Director, Social & Environmental Risk Assessment Office
You can find more information on GCF webpage.
Accredited Master Agreement
- In March 2018, MUFG Bank signed an Accredited Master Agreement with GCF. This agreement allows MUFG Bank to access the GCF funds in order to implement projects to fight against climate change in developing countries.
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Environmental & Social reports disclosure
- Espejo de Tarapacá
The Espejo de Tarapacá Project (“EdT” or “the Project”) is an innovative and unique large scale power project which combines Chile’s natural resources with proven generation technology in order to provide clean renewable energy supply 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Project is comprised of two commercially integrated power plants: (i) a 300 MW pumped storage hydroelectric (“PSH”) plant using the Pacific Ocean as its lower reservoir and an existing natural concavity as its upper reservoir, and (ii) a 561 MW-AC photovoltaic solar (“PV”) plant.
|(1) Review of the Environmental Impact Study (PSH)(822KB)||English|
|(2) Review of the Environmental Impact Study (PV)(1,203KB)||English|
|(3) Consolidated EIA Process Summary(PSH)(3,400KB)||English|
|(4) Consolidated EIA Process Summary(PV)(2,346KB)||English|