Green Funding

GreenVolt, through its positioning in the renewable energy market segment, is committed to the energy transition, in line with European and National Policies that assume progressively more ambitious emission reduction targets.

GreenVolt believes that sustainable finance is critical to stimulate the goal and future effectiveness of a carbon neutral society and, as such, is committed to integrating its sustainability agenda into its corporate finance.

Through sustainable financing, GreenVolt intends to invest in projects that improve its environmental performance, promote a framework for clean and renewable energy production, and strengthen integrated pollution prevention and control, thus reinforcing its commitment to sustainability.

Learn more about GreenVolt's sustainable financing strategy.

 

GREENVOLT
Green Bond Framework

GreenVolt’s Green Bond Framework intends to finance and/or refinance new and/or existing renewable energy projects and energy efficiency projects (including but not limited to biomass, wind, solar, decentralised generation and storage), integrated pollution prevention and control, M&A transactions within the renewable energy sector, and other related and supporting expenditures such as R&D.

The use of proceeds of the first issuance will be exclusively allocated to the acquisition financing of Tilbury Green Power, a waste wood biomass power station that uses wood waste generated on construction and demolition sites in UK. 

The eligibility criteria defined in GreenVolt’s Green Bond Framework are:

1. Renewable and Clean Energy, 
2. Energy Efficiency, 
3. Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control

GreenVolt requested to an independent company specialised in research, ratings and ESG information to issue a Second-Party Opinion, confirming that the Green Bond Framework is in line with the Green Bond Principles (version 2021), published by the International Capital Market Association (ICMA).

 

SOCIEDADE BIOELÉTRICA DO MONDEGO (SBM)

"SBM" is a Portuguese company, wholly-owned by the Greenvolt, which is primarily engaged in the construction, operation and maintenance of a 34.5 MW capacity biomass power plant located in Figueira da Foz, Portugal.

SBM Green Bond

In order to finance its investments, SBM has developed the SBM Green Bond Framework under which it has issued the SBM 2019-2029 Green Bond (“Green Bond”).
The use of proceeds will be exclusively allocated to finance the development of the 34.5 MW capacity biomass power plant, which will be attached to the pulp mill of Celbi.

SBM Green Bond Framework defines eligibility criteria in the following areas:

1. Renewable and Clean Energy,
2. Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control

SBM engaged Sustainalytics to review the SBM Green Bond Framework, from which it 
has obtained a positive Second-Party Opinion on the Framework’s environmental credentials and its alignment with the Green Bond Principles, published by the International Capital Market Association.

 

22 Out, 2021
GreenVolt Second-Party Opinion by Sustainalytics
19 Out, 2021
Greenvolt Green Bond Framework
27 Jul, 2021
SBM Green Bond - Pagamento Cupão n.º 5
25 Mar, 2021
SBM Green Bond - 2020 Allocation and Impact Report
28 Jan, 2021
SBM Green Bond - Pagamento Cupão n.o 4
23 Jul, 2020
SBM Green Bond - Pagamento Cupão n.o 3
27 Mar, 2020
SBM Green Bond - 2019 Allocation and Impact Report
29 Jan, 2020
SBM Green Bond - Pagamento Cupão n.º 2
18 Jul, 2019
SBM Green Bond - Pagamento Cupão n.º 1
26 Fev, 2019
SBM Green Bond Second-Party Opinion by Sustainalytics
26 Fev, 2019
Press Release
26 Fev, 2019
SBM Green Bond Framework
26 Fev, 2019
Altri announces Green Bond issuance by its subsidiary SBM