The RCF announced on Wednesday will replace the €1.58 billion revolving credit facility agreement dated 26 June 2015.
The Finnish-based Nokia has set its latest targets including a 41% greenhouse gas emission reduction of its own operations and a 75% greenhouse gas emission reduction arising from the use of sold products by 2030 compared to a 2014 baseline.
Nokia says the margin of the RCF will increase or decrease depending on its progress towards reaching these sustainability targets - 1) reduction of greenhouse gas emissions attributed to Nokia's operations and; 2) reduction of greenhouse gas emissions attributed to Nokia's customers' use of its products.
Science Based Targets is a collaboration between the international not-for-profit organisation CDP, the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), World Resources Institute (WRI), and the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
Kristian Pullola, chief financial officer at Nokia, said: "We're delighted with the strong support and commitment from our key banking partners in this refinancing transaction that connects our financing strategy with our sustainability priorities."
"Linking the pricing of the revolving credit facility to our sustainability targets is an important step towards demonstrating our broad-based commitment to our sustainability priorities,” said Karoliina Loikkanen, head of corporate responsibility at Nokia.
"Our sustainability vision is to create the technology to connect the world, in a responsible way."