According to the Bank’s website, the project consists of the provision of a long term senior loan of up to PLN 110 million (EUR 25m) of which PLN 80 million (EUR 18m) committed and PLN 30 million (EUR 7m) uncommitted, denominated in PLN, in favour of Klima-Therm sp. z o.o. ("Company", "Klima-Therm"), one of the leading, local heat-pump distributors in Poland. EBRD proceeds will finance the construction of a new production hall, warehouse and Klima-Therm headquarters with LEED Gold certification, together with a modern R&D facility, as well as a new state-of-the-art training centre. Funds from the uncommitted facility will additionally support increased R&D spending of the Company following the completion of the new R&D facility.
EBRD's engagement with Klima-Therm will ultimately support households in the transition from coalor gas-fired boilers to heat pumps, as well as cut heating costs amid record high gas and coal prices. Additonally the new headquarters will include a modern R&D dedicated area that will help Klima-Therm to develop new, competitive products and digital solutions. Furthermore the new training centre will increase access to skills for heat pump installers and maintenance technicians required for realising Poland's broader clean energy transition.
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COMPANY CONTACT INFORMATION
Jaroslaw Gawronski, CFO
+48 58 768 0 320
04-041 Warszawa ul. Ostrobramska 101A
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