Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Mar 7, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Feb 17, 2023
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Accoding to the EIB, the project concerns the deployment of an Electric Vehicle Charging (EVC) network and the development of Hydrogen infrastructure for transport. The EVC network will include fast charging type. The Hydrogen transport infrastructure includes an electrolyser for hydrogen production, as well as filling terminal to load the trailers, hydrogen trailers and Hydrogen Refuelling Stations.
As stated on the company's website, MOTOR OIL is an energy group based in Greece. It was founded in 1970 and its refinery, one of the top refineries in Europe (12,61 Nelson Complexity Index) started operating in the region of Corinth in 1972. It plays a leading role in the sectors of crude oil refining and marketing of petroleum products in Greece, as well as the greater eastern Mediterranean region, supplying its customers with a wide range of high-quality products. It exports in more than 70 countries and has about 2500 employees.
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No project contacts available at the time of disclosure.
Client - Motor Oil Hellas SA:
Address: 12A Irodou Attikou Street, 15124 Maroussi, Greece
Phone: +30 210 8094000
Fax: +30 210 8094444
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