DSB green loan pulls into station

By Mike Turner
11 Nov 2020

DSB, the Danish state railway company, has signed a €400m green loan, part of its 10 year programme to cut carbon dioxide emissions to zero.

The facility has a 15 year maturity. It was arranged by the Nordic Investment Bank.

It will be used to replace DSB’s ageing fleet in an attempt to hit the zero emissions target by 2030. Specifically, DSB will use the funds to buy 42 Siemens electric locomotives as well ...

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