Biological treatment plant in TønsbergGreen projects
Tønsberg treatment plant treats wastewater from five municipalities (Tønsberg, Nøtterøy, Tjøme, Re and Stokke) in the county of Vestfold. The water is led through pipes to deepsea levels in the outer parts of the Oslo fjord. The wastewater sludge is treated and used in the farming industry and is very much sought after as fertilizer.
Nominated for climate measuresGreen projects
Alcoa Environmental Park was among the nominees for the 2014 annual Zero Emission Resource Organisation (ZERO) climate conference.
Municipalities join forces building crisis centreProjects
Romerike Crisis Centre's new building in Skedsmokorset opening this summer, has been financed through loans in KBN amounting to NOK 55 million.
Motorway opened ahead of scheduleProjects
On 4 July prime minister Erna Solberg and minister of transport Ketil Solvik-Olsen declared 25 km motorway between Gulli and Langåker, passing by the town of Tønsberg in Vestfold county, for opened four months ahead of schedule.
KBN finances third phase of Bergen Light RailGreen projects
Bergen Bompengeselskap chose KBN when financing the third building phase of Bergen Light Rail. The loan amount is close to NOK 1.2 billion with a green floating rate. This is an interest rate product with a somewhat lower rate than KBN's ordinary floating rate and is offered eco-friendly projects.
Oppegård municipality goes electricGreen projects
Oppegård municipality wants to operate a more environmentally friendly, and has invested in 29 electric cars for its home care services. Purchase of electric vehicles is part of the Oppegård municipal climate and environment plan.
Kristiansand City Hall quarterGreen projects
The City Hall quarter in Kristiansand has been transformed into a new municipal administrative center. The venerable brick facade of Kristiansand City Hall now hides a modern, climate-smart office environment that meets Kristiansand's future needs without breaking tradition with the past.
Shorter travel between Bergen and OsloProjects
The stretch of motorway between Sokna and Ørgenvika on classified road 7 was opened by Minister of Transport Ketil Solvik-Olsen on 27 June of this year. The traveling distance for commuters between the eastern and western part of Norway along the classified road 7 was shortened by 21 km or approximately 20 minutes.