Preferential financing will be provided by Halyk Bank
Within the framework of the Nur-Sultan gasification plan, Nur-Sultan Akimat, Halyk Bank and ECOJER Association signed a memorandum of cooperation in the capital. It provides for the interest-free loans provided by Halek Bank to residents of the capital to connect their houses to the central natural gas supply network. The bank’s news service reports.
According to the terms of the loan, residents of the capital will be able to obtain an unsecured loan of up to 750,000 tenge from Halyk Bank for an 18-month period with an annual interest rate of 0% (the commission for arranging the loan is 0.1%). It should be noted that this socially significant project is being implemented to support the implementation of the head of state’s instructions on the gasification of the capital.
Air pollution is one of the main environmental problems in the capital. The city is actively developing, and this problem is exacerbated by the use of coal and low-quality heating oil during the intensive heating season. Dirty air will affect people’s health. In order to stimulate residents to switch to natural gas, Harrick Bank supports the ECOJER Association’s initiative by providing interest-free loans to the first subscribers who wish to connect their homes to natural gas.
“Today, ecological problems are extremely serious, especially for large domestic cities. Therefore, Halyk Bank supports plans related to environmental improvement and air purification. Today, we announced that we are ready to support the Nur-Sultan residential building gasification project. This is our opinion Contribution to improving the capital’s air basin. The chairman of the Halik Bank Management Committee said: “As far as we are concerned, we call on the capital’s business community to join our initiative. Umut Shayakhmetova… -This is not our first environmental initiative. Last year, we supported Akimat in Almaty in the gasification of the southern capital.
The project is designed for the entire scope of connection work, from supplying gas to residential buildings to connecting all necessary gas communications to the necessary equipment installation.
“ECOJER is the company’s largest environmental partner. One of its goals is to reduce the company’s negative impact on the environment and improve people’s quality of life. Air pollution is not only an environmental issue, but also an economic issue. “We thank our partners and I hope that this project can be expanded with the participation of other financial institutions in the future,” said the chairman of the board of directors of the “ECOJER” association. Lazzat Ramazanova