The EIB has signed a €480 million loan agreement with LG Chem Wroclaw Energy, the Polish subsidiary of the LG Chem Group that was established to develop the group’s battery production facility in Europe. The financing will be used for the construction ...

Methane emissions from coal mines could be more than double previous estimates, according to a...

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China’s 14th five-year plan (FYP), setting out its national goals for 2021-2025, will arguably be...

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The EIB today announced the signature of a €250 million financing agreement with in’li, the Action Logement Group’s subsidiary focused on affordable housing in Île-de-France. This maiden operation between the EIB and in&rsqu...

The UK has just three decades to reach net-zero emissions and tree planting has emerged...

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The rapid spread of the virus is putting a heavy strain on both public health and the economy. Today the European Investment Bank Group (EIBG) has proposed measures to be taken in cooperation with the European Commission and national partners in suppor...
Last year the EIB Group – the EIB and the EIF – made EUR 1.08 billion of new financing commitments for social, infrastructure and business investments across Ireland.

Rishi Sunak, the UK’s new chancellor, has delivered his first budget and the first for...

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The past few months have seen locust swarms as large as entire cities sweep across...

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