Like its parent company Crédit Agricole France, Crédit du Maroc is continuing its commitment to finance an economy that promotes the reduction of carbon emissions. The bank is thus enriching its green energy financing offering by launching the Green Value Chain, aimed at SMEs that respect the principles of a green value chain.
As a major player in the financing of the national economy, Crédit du Maroc is part of the Kingdom’s strategy in the development of renewable energy resources. With this in mind, the bank formalized its partnership with the EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development) to create the “Green Value Chain” (GVC) offer, a product for financing value chains for SMEs. Through this cooperation, Crédit du Maroc is strengthening its CSR positioning for the development of green energy.
Thus, beyond the actions taken to reduce its own environmental footprint, Crédit du Maroc extends its commitment to its entire value chain and the projects it finances.
This launch enriches a wide range of existing products for financing the energy transition:
Chamsy for the financing of solar energy for individuals, Greenergy, a wide-ranging product that can benefit businesses, professionals and farmers, but also the financing of large-scale projects through its partnership with Unifergie or Crédit Agricole Corporate and Investment Bank.
The GVC offer is part of Crédit Agricole France’s development strategy in the green energy sector to provide Crédit du Maroc customers with a solution to optimize their energy costs.
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