GreenWay Infrastructure, Slovakia’s leader of charging stations & services for electric vehicles is doing just that. It has received a €17 million EIB loan that will allow it to expand its network of charging stations for electric vehicles at large scale in Central and Eastern Europe.
The EU is stimulating the market for zero- and low-emission vehicles by encouraging their use in public procurement. On 11 February, the Romanian presidency reached a provisional agreement with the European Parliament on a reform which will increase market certainty and help cut down overall transport emissions. The new rules will also strengthen the competitiveness of European industry in the expanding global markets for these new technologies. The agreement will now be submitted for confirmation by member states in the Council.
CaixaBank is launching its first credit line to combat climate change via the EIB’s dedicated climate action financing programme. It is the first time that CaixaBank has allocated EIB funds to financing the projects of individuals.
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The cooperative from Biscay will develop new technologies to drive the implementation of hybrid and electric vehicles and apply more efficient and environmentally friendly production processes. The project includes investments that will help the company to expand the production capacity of its plants in Spain and other EU countries.