Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Jan 31, 2019
Disclosed by Bank Mar 23, 2018
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The project finances the construction of residential Nearly Zero Emission Building (nZEB) and "Plus Energy House" in Wilhelmshaven, Germany. The promoter is a housing cooperative, Wilhelmshavener Spar- und Baugesellschaft eG.
The project aims to provide high-quality, energy-efficient, and affordable housing in Wilhelmshaven. By increasing the use of renewable energies, the project will benefit the environment and thus help to mitigate climate change.
The project promoter, Wilhelmshavener Spar- und Baugesellschaft eG, is a private company not being subject to EU rules on public procurement or concessions.
*There is no further information released at this project stage*
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