The European investment Bank (EIB) is lending eur 190 million, out of Evides. With that money, and that would be the water supplier's water supplies and preparing for the future.
finally, Evides supplies water to the south-west of the province of South Holland, Zeeland and parts of Brabant. Over the past few years, the company got more and more affected by the drought, and, therefore, want to make sure that it is more efficient to deal with the water.
According to a spokesperson for the EIB, to struggle, almost all of the water companies in the Netherlands with this problem. The EIB has already granted, for example, Brabant Water, an Oasis, and Dzh. There was also (partly) be used for the supply of drinking water climate-proof development to do.
as of 2014, it appeared from the research from the national Institute for public Health and the Environment (RIVM), the supply of drinking water in the Netherlands is under great pressure due to climate change. There will be more frequent and longer periods of drought in which there is less and less water from the rivers that flow through it. Exacerbating the impact of the discharge on surface water.