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EU supports the modernisation of Lisbon’s infrastructure

A EUR 250 million EIB loan will finance the upgrading of public infrastructures in the Portuguese capital to enhance flood prevention, promote sustainable mobility and modernise social housing. Lisbon is the first municipality to benefit directly from EU support under the Investment Plan for Europe.


EIB and Luxembourg pioneer on innovative climate finance

The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the EIB launch the Luxembourg-EIB Climate Finance Platform. The platform will contribute to the implementation of the Paris Agreement and is a tangible step towards compliance with both Luxembourg’s international commitments and the EIB’s Climate Strategy. It is the first time a Member State enters into such a partnership for innovative climate finance with the EIB and it establishes further Luxembourg as a green financial centre.


Record EUR 200m support for investment in 71 Irish schools

On 17 October 2016, the Irish Minister for Education and Skills, Mr Richard Bruton TD, and the Vice-President of the European Investment Bank, Mr Andrew Mc Dowell, signed a long term loan to support the construction, enlargement and modernisation of 71 schools over the next four years.


EIB launches EUR 15 billion refugee investment initiative and approves EUR 6.6 billion new lending

The board of the EIB backed the immediate start of a new initiative intended to support EUR 15 billion of new investment in the Western Balkans and southern Mediterranean. The board also approved new financing for 40 projects totalling more than EUR 6.6 billion. 




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