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    The exhibition

    In this exhibition, organised in cooperation with the City of Stockholm, you learn how we work for the people (and the environment) of Sweden.

    Gävle may mostly be known for its Christmas goat, but when it comes to lighting things up, there is a local company that may soon shine even brighter. 

    Next-generation batteries have a pivotal role in the European Commission’s target of reducing carbon emissions by 55% by 2030.

    Energy used in buildings is behind a major portion of carbon emissions. To meet our climate targets, new buildings have to meet exacting standards.

    How do you make a pulp and paperboard mill more energy efficient? Replace the boiler and turbine generator, and install a superconcentrator.

    Industry produces a big chunk of total greenhouse gases. That’s why energy efficiency in industrial processes is so important—and that goes for future technologies, too.

    It’s autumn now, but it’ll be cold and dark again soon (sorry to remind you) and you’ll be glad that back in 2014 we financed Stockholm Exergi’s biomass combined heat and power plant in Stockholm.
    Not far from here, we helped finance the City of Stockholm’s reconstruction of the Slussen area.
    Underneath your feet runs the Stockholm metro. We’ve financed the improvement and expansion of the metro network since the 1990s.
    The water you use every day goes down your drain and…Well, do you really know where it goes then?
    When Region Skåne wanted to modernise the University Hospital, we were glad to help out with the financials. 
    In Gothenburg, the European Investment Bank supports Transdev’s structured financing, which will bring 145 fully electric Volvo buses to the city’s streets.
    Ystad is a busy connection point to the Polish port of Świnoujście, the Danish island of Bornholm and to the German port of Sassnitz.
    Ferry traffic between the cities of Umeå in Sweden and Vaasa in Finland started already in 1948.
    While working at NASA, one of the things Mehrdad Mahdjoubi focused on is how astronauts had to conserve water – not only for drinking, but also for hygiene. 
    We put paper and cardboard in separate containers so they can be recycled.