As stated by the EIB, the project will finance the promoter's investments in onshore wind farms in Austria. Completion of the selected projects is planned for the beginning of 2025.
The aim is to primarily reduce carbon and air pollution emissions. Moreover, the onshore wind farms will foster the integration of new, variable renewable generation technologies in the market. Ultimately, the purpose is to support the development of new renewable capacities with more market-exposed structures.
As stated by the EIB, EVN AG is one of the largest utility companies in Austria (rated A1/stable by Moody’s and A+/stable by Scope) and provides its home market, Lower Austria, with electricity, natural gas, heat, drinking water and wastewater treatment, waste incineration and related services from a single supplier.
The extended product range also includes the operation of networks for cable TV and telecommunications networks as well as the provision of various energy services for private and business customers and municipalities, and electricity generation, mainly from wind and solar power.
Its energy business abroad includes the operation of electricity distribution networks and the supply of electricity to end customers in Bulgaria and North Macedonia, and natural gas in Croatia. Its energy business also includes electricity production in North Macedonia, Bulgaria and Albania.
As stated by Bloomberg, EVN Naturkraft Erzeugungsgesellschaft M.B.H. was founded in 1995. The Company's line of business includes the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electric energy.
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