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LeydenJar secures EU backing in financing of new battery factory
Dutch battery innovator LeydenJar has secured the funding to build its first factory to produce silicon anode foil.
EIB boosts clean energy financing in support of REPowerEU Plan
The European Investment Bank Group (EIB Group) will support the REPowerEU Plan with an additional €30bn in loans and equity financing over the next five years.
The first energy link connecting Germany and the UK
The European Investment Bank (EIB) – part of a consortium of more than 20 international banks – has agreed on the financing structure of the first ever energy link connecting Germany and the United Kingdom.
Mauritania and the EIB to strengthen renewable energy
On the 22nd of June 2022, Mauritanian President El Ghazouani met Werner Hoyer, President of the EIB (European Investment Bank) to discuss cooperation with the world’s largest international public bank and agreed to strengthen cooperation to scale up wind, solar and green hydrogen investment.
Greener housing and sustainable living spaces
The European Commission and EIB launch blueprints for financing more energy efficiency and territorial development investments
EIB and GIZ renew partnership to boost climate action
Meeting today at the EIB’s headquarters in Luxembourg, the European Investment Bank and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH renewed their partnership to further help low and middle-income countries to mitigate and adapt to climate change, foster a just transition and strengthen resilience — in the collaborative spirit of Team Europe.
EDPR receives loan to support onshore wind farm projects
The European Investment Bank has signed a Green Loan for c. 66 MEUR (c. 304 MPLN) with six special purpose vehicles owned by EDP Renewables (EDPR) to support the construction and operation of six medium-sized onshore wind farms with a total nominal capacity of 150 MW in Poland.
EIB invests in efficient green transformation of Armenia
The European Investment Bank (EIB), the bank of the European Union, and the city of Yerevan signed work contracts for green refurbishment, energy efficiency and seismic stability improvements in six kindergartens in the capital city of Armenia.
48 hours of diving into the future of digital finance
The exercise was the first of its kind for the EIB and for the treasurers and representatives of more than 20 financial institutions which joined the event to interact with the coders while holding their annual forum – this year on the topic of … blockchain. Is blockchain a new fashion or a real disruption, an evolution or a revolution in the way the banking industry operates? What are the challenges at stake for the regulators,...
Unlocking the value of photonics and micro-electronics
A new report prepared by the joint European Commission–European Investment Bank (EIB) and InnovFin Advisory has found that companies in the photonic and micro-electronic sectors do not have access to financing when they most need it: in their early-stage and growth-stage, money is rarely available to bring new technological applications to the market.
£110m backing confirmed for Cardiff Energy Recovery Facility
During a site visit to Cardiff’s Energy Recovery Facility owned by Viridor, a Pennon Group company, Jonathan Taylor, Vice President of the European Investment Bank (EIB), Europe’s long-term lending institution and the world’s largest international public bank, confirmed that the EIB expected to provide £110m to support the new facility in the coming weeks.