According to the EIB, the operation is aimed at supporting Climate Action projects promoted by small and medium sized enterprises in France linked to the acquisition of low emission vehicles over the period 2023-2025.
The new vehicles are expected to be much cleaner than the market average. Significant benefits in terms of fuel consumption, reduced polluting and carbon emissions are expected and will be further assessed during appraisal.
The main goal of the Project is to accelerate the transition towards low emission vehicles. The Project will generate substantial environmental economic benefits in terms of reduced air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions and noise. The Project will also contribute to support the development of the cleaner automotive industry through the accelerated deployment of cleaner vehicles and, indirectly, their associated infrastructure.
As stated by Bloomberg, CA Consumer Finance, doing business as Credit Agricole Consumer Finance, offers financial services. The Company specializes in consumer finance services such as instalment loans, revolving credit, and leasing, as well as provides split payment, insurance, and mobility solutions. Credit Agricole Consumer Finance serves customers worldwide.
Project contacts not provided at the time of disclosure.
Financial Intermediaries -
CA Consumer Finance SA:
Credit Agricole Leasing & Factoring SA:
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