Nopef will finance seven new feasibility studies. With these it has approved funding for over EUR 1 million to Nordic small and medium-sized enterprises for their internationalisation during 2016.
NEFCO and the Belarusian company FLLC BelDan have signed a loan agreement aimed at establishing new pig farms in Tolochin and Slonim in western Belarus. The farms will have full line production with breeding cycles ranging from sows to finishers.
An upgraded wastewater treatment plant in Jõelähtme, a parish of approx. 6,000 inhabitants which lies to the northeast of the Estonian capital of Tallinn, was inaugurated by the public utility company AS Viimsi Vesi on Thursday, 16 June.
The city of Ivano-Frankivsk in western Ukraine and NEFCO have signed a loan agreement aimed at financing energy-efficiency measures in municipally owned public buildings in Ivano-Frankivsk, which has approx. 250,000 inhabitants.
The Credit Committee for the Nordic Project Fund (Nopef) has approved financing for eighteen new projects. The total value of these grants is approx. EUR 564,000. The feasibility studies concern investments in projects carried out on all continents by Nordic small and medium-sized enterprises.
NEFCO and the city of Chuhuiv have signed a grant agreement aimed at investing in energy-efficiency measures in a school and a day-care centre. The project will be financed by the Nordic Energy Efficiency and Humanitarian Support Initiative for Ukraine (NIU).