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Financing the energy transition
with broad, solid and sustainable funding
Financing the energy transitionwith broad, solid and sustainable funding
Interview with
Gerard Kits & Floris Jongens
To help drive the energy transition, TenneT plans to increase its investment level from approximately EUR 2 to 3 billion today to approximately EUR 4 to 5 billion within the next five years in offshore and onshore grid connections across the Netherlands and Germany.
“Sustainability is key to TenneT’s business operations.

Linking the pricing of the sustainable Revolving Credit Facility to our CSR ambitions in order to be fully climate neutral in 2025 underlines our commitment to sustainability. I am very proud that TenneT is leading the way in green and sustainable financing through green bonds and now with this credit facility as well.”

Gerard Kits
Manager Treasury TenneT
“Sustainability is a core value for us, so we are proud to support leaders, like TenneT, who are helping to drive the energy transition.

We do this by providing them with tailored financial services and access to knowledge and networks. The Netherlands is faced with a dual challenge: the country needs to find a sustainable way to satisfy its energy needs while at the same time meeting climate change targets.”

Floris Jongens
Director Loan Syndication Rabobank