According to EBRD website, the project is the provision of a senior loan to Javna Razsvetljava d.d. (the Company or Javna), a street lighting and energy services company (ESCO) engaged in the design, financing, installation, operation and maintenance of street, traffic, architectural, stadium, and tunnel lighting systems for Slovenian and Croatian municipalities. The Company is wholly owned by Enlux d.d., a Slovenian limited liability company.
It will be used to refinance short-term loans incurred in order to finance street lighting Energy Performance Contracts (EnPCs) with nine municipalities in Slovenia, as well as to finance new contracts the Company may enter into.
Project Contact: Stanko Furlan
Telephone No.: +386 1 58 63 639, +386 1 54 29 400
Office Address: Litijska cesta 263 1261 Ljuljana-Dobrunje Slovenia
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