USAID’s Indonesia Clean Energy Development II (ICED II) project facilitated BCA, a leading Indonesian commercial bank, to conduct a training on analysis of environment-related documents associated with renewable energy project development. These documents are requirements in the credit evaluation process. USAID conducted two consecutive batches of trainings on November 4-7, 2019 in Sentul, West Java. Each training consisted of a two-day training module and covered various subjects such as sustainable finance, permits and documents related to environment, and enforcement of environment law. A total of 58 participants from corporate and commercial divisions of BCA attended the training. Experts from Ministry of Environment and Forestry (MoEF) also took part in the training as facilitators. The training materials will be used for future in-house training on environment. BCA will use the training modules for their online and offline trainings offered by its learning institute. BCA has committed to become the first Indonesian bank to adopt the USAID-ICED II environment module into its formal corporate training.