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Green success stories

Read all about our customer's green investments and projects based on KBN lending.

Norway’s most environmentally friendly school?

The new Horten Upper Secondary School was ready to welcome 1,200 pupils in autumn 2019. It is the first school building to be built to the energy-plus standard in Norway.

Ydalir - Norway’s first zero-emission neighbourhood

Elverum Municipality has seen strong population growth in recent decades, and it is now finding space for new residents by converting an old sand quarry into a new, climate-neutral district.

Food waste and manure being turned into fuel

“The magic factory” in Vestfold is at the cutting edge of bio energy production in Norway.

Glommasvingen - a school for the future

On Wednesday 16 October 2019, Knut Hvithammer, the Mayor of Sør-Odal Municipality, proudly opened Glommasvingen School by handing over a beautifully carved wooden key to the head of the student council.

Frogn cut the costs of building its new health and care centre

The old retirement home from the 1970s was too small, and Frogn Municipality needed to create more spaces to prepare for a future with more elderly people.