Original disclosure @ EIB website
Updated in EWS Mar 14, 2023
Disclosed by Bank Oct 25, 2022
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As stated by the EIB, the project includes: (i) the acquisition of 112 full-electric vehicles (96 buses and 16 double-decker coaches) to replace end-of-life diesel buses fleet and provide interurban public bus transport services in the French region Sud Provence Alpes Côte d'Azur and (ii) the construction of associated infrastructure needs, namely electric charging stations and depot adaptations. The later will not be financed under this allocation but are considered as associated facilities.
According to Bloomberg, Keolis SA offers urban transportation services. The Company operates a network of buses, tram systems, metro rail, bikes, shared car, airport shuttles, and reduced mobility transfers. Keolis serves in worldwide.
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Client - Keolis SA:
Address: 34 Avenue Léonard De Vinci, Courbevoie 92400, France
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