In accordance with its Sustainability Policy and Guidelines, NIB publishes information on a project for increased sodium chlorate production in Joutseno, Eastern Finland. The information is available for 30 days starting from 18 August 2017.
A loan to the City of Uppsala will finance improvements to municipal wastewater treatment, water supply and waste management infrastructure.
A loan to Latvia's Rigas Satiksme is earmarked for a project introducing a new type of bus and expanding the low-floor tram network in Riga.
NIB and the CDB have mutual borrowers in the Nordic–Baltic region and are looking for opportunities to co-finance eligible projects in NIB’s member countries.
NIB has participated in Lithuania’s first green bond issuance made by the country’s leading energy company Lietuvos Energija. This is the Bank's first investment in a green bond issued in the Baltic countries.
A loan to the Central Finland Health Care District will finance the construction of a hospital to centralise treatment facilities, introduce state-of-the-art technology, and improve patient and personnel logistics.
A loan to the Norwegian toll-road operator Vegfinans E18 Telemark AS will finance the construction of a new section of the E18 motorway in Telemark County.
NIB and Danish bioscience company Chr. Hansen Holdings A/S have signed a EUR 50 million loan for the company’s 2017–2018 R&D programme.
An invitation for tenders for the next renovation phase of the Brest wastewater treatment plant in Belarus has been published on NIB's website.
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