Smart City Netherlands initiative for municipalities launches with institutional investors

Thursday 27 June 2019 | 17:03 CET | News
Primevest Capital Partners has introduced a Smart City Netherlands initiative for municipalities, with BNG Bank as co-financier. The aim of the initiative is to help municipalities transition to sustainable and smarter public lighting. The initiative will invest in lampposts. After that, the municipality will purchase public street lighting as a service from Smart City Netherlands.

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Companies: Primevest Capital Partners
Countries: Netherlands
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