Our lending has supported affordable, climate-friendly housing. Swedish innovation is crucial to building a European battery supply chain. To this end, we provided manufacturer Northvolt with support for its new gigafactory in Skellefteå.
We also backed a ground-breaking in-land salmon farm to help create a greener, more sustainable food system.
At a glance
The EIB provides finance and expertise
for sound and sustainable investment projects in Sweden.
€ 33.28 bn
Last year’s EIB Group activity in Sweden by priority
(In € million, last updated at previous year end)
EIB activity in Sweden by sector since start of operations
EIB stories in Sweden
Individual stories speak far louder than figures and charts. Discover how our work improves the quality of life in Sweden and beyond.
The ocean ashore
A Swedish company aims to farm salmon on land, providing nutritious, sustainable local salmon to Sweden
No experience required
Swedish company creates small LED device to help anyone learn how to code, but especially young girls
A day in Europe
Buckle up and discover a normal day in Europe through different projects financed by the European Investment Bank. Will you recognise some of them? The journey begins now!
The answer is green
While we all know that energy efficiency and renewable energy are the keys to fighting climate change in the long term, they are also a vital part of the solution to the current energy crisis.
Sweden and the EIB: 2015-2020
Subatomic climate solutions
A neutron source facility in Sweden seeks to bring European materials research and green innovation to unmatched levels
A pandemic prescription for banks
The European Guarantee Fund eases the burden on banks to keep companies afloat across Europe. Here’s how this COVID-19 bank lending tool works in Finland and Sweden
Swedish smart irrigation startup adds a brain to grow more crops
Swedish smart irrigation start-up uses the Internet of Things to save water and boost crop yields
The Renewcell textile recycling plant will shred old clothes and transform them into new threads. The Swedish company aims to use its patented technology to make the fashion industry more sustainable.
Greening the fashion industry with Renewcell
Do you know what happens to your old clothes? If they are thrown away, they often end up in landfill or worse - they are burned, polluting our air and oceans. Buying new clothes produces more waste, uses more chemicals and consumes natural resources. But how can we change this? Discover Swedish company Renewcell. Backed by the European Investment Bank and the European Commission, Renewcell is trying to make a difference by recycling used textiles from worn out clothes.
After years of advanced research and development, Renewcells patented technology can recycle old clothing into a pulp, called Circulose, from which a 100% recycled new fabric can be made. The plant that Renewcell is building with backing from the EIB and the European Commission will produce 60 000 tonnes of this recycled material every year.
Together we can make fashion sustainable!
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We improve the lives of citizens in the EU and beyond. We support small businesses, while enhancing climate action and innovation. We also focus on energy transition and urban sustainability. We create prosperity for all EU regions, so that they reach their full potential.
For smaller projects
(generally less than € 25m)
For large projects
(exceeding € 25m)
Get various types of advisory and technical assistance.
The EIB economic survey of investments in Sweden
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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