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Union Bank of India and IREDA enters into MoU to boost renewable energy projects


MUMBAI, SEPT 5, 2023

Union Bank of India (UBI) and Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency Limited (IREDA) on Tuesday announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to foster collaboration and cooperation in various areas of renewable energy and financial assistance. This MoU represents a significant step forward in advancing the goals of sustainable development and renewable energy adoption in India.

The MOU was signed in Mumbai today, in the presence of A Manimekhalai, MD&CEO, Union Bank of India and Pradip Kumar Das, CMD, IREDA.

The MoU comes into effect immediately upon signing and is initially valid for a period of five years.

Under the terms of the MoU, both Union Bank of India and IREDA have pledged to collaborate on various fronts, including co-originating renewable energy projects, loan syndication and underwriting, management of Third-Party Resources (TRA) for IREDA borrowers, and the potential investment in IREDA Bonds.

Specifically, the collaboration encompasses the co-origination of projects in the realm of renewable energy, encompassing Small Hydro projects and Ethanol Projects. Additionally, Union Bank of India and IREDA will work together to facilitate the syndication and underwriting of loans for renewable energy projects, promoting easier access to financial resources for the development of such projects.

Union Bank of India will also play a crucial role in managing Third-Party Resources (TRA) for borrowers associated with IREDA, further enhancing the efficiency and effectiveness of project management.

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