We supported Tallinn’s integrated sustainable urban renewal, financed small businesses through local banks and invested in innovative local enterprises. We financed Starship Technologies to boost R&D for an on-demand automated delivery service. We also provided funding to the municipality of Tartu to renovate its primary and secondary school infrastructure.
At a glance
The EIB provides finance and expertise
for sound and sustainable investment projects in Estonia.
€ 3.65 bn
Last year’s EIB Group activity in Estonia by priority
(In € million, last updated at previous year end)
EIB activity in Estonia by sector since start of operations
EIB stories in Estonia
Individual stories speak far louder than figures and charts. Discover how our work improves the quality of life in Estonia and beyond.
Happy Independence Day Estonia ! Estonia is known to be a highly digitalised country. Almost two-thirds of firms have implemented at least one digital technology & over 250,000 people will soon have access to high-capacity broadband. More on our activity in the country:https://www.eib.org/en/projects/regions/european-union/estonia/index.htm ---------------------------------
The key ingredient in powerful devices for storing energy has been charred coconut. Now Skeleton Technologies, a company in icy Estonia, has figured out how to make a supercapacitor without tropical fruit. A loan by the European Investment Bank, supported by the Investment Plan for Europe, is making it possible.
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The EIB economic survey of investments in Estonia
The EIB, with the help of dozens of academics, practitioners and policymakers, surveyed 12,500 firms and 500 big cities across Europe to find out what is driving or holding back investment.
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