As stated by the EIB, the project consists in an investment programme for electricity distribution in the period 2023 to 2024, including refurbishment, upgrading and expansion of existing electricity distribution infrastructure and the installation of smart meters in five provinces in the Netherlands.
The project supports the modernization, reinforcement and digitalisation of the electricity distribution network infrastructure in five provinces in the Netherlands, in Groningen, Drenthe, Overijssel, North-Brabant and Limburg. The project caters for demand growth, the connection of new network users and the integration of renewables, improving the quality of service and the efficiency of operations.
The project supports the Netherlands' long-term climate strategy set out in the National Energy and Climate Plan (NECP) and EU policies on energy and climate, by enhancing and extending critical infrastructure for decarbonisation.
As stated by Bloomberg, Enexis Netbeheer B.V. provides utility services. The Company installs, maintains, and manages the transportation and distribution of lines for gas and electricity. Enexis Netbeheer serves customers in the Netherlands.
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