Greenvolt – Energias Renováveis was distinguished in the 5th Edition of the Expresso Economia | Caixa Geral de Depósitos Awards, which recognize the companies that have contributed the most to the resilience of the country. It received the Business Conquest of the Year award, reflecting the growth shown in the renewable energy segment throughout 2022.
“This award brings recognition to the differentiating strategy that Greenvolt has in the energy sector, namely with regard to renewable energies“, said João Manso Neto upon receiving the award at the ceremony that took place this Monday, December 12, at Central Atrium of the Caixa Geral de Depósitos Headquarters.
“We are growing quickly, but in a very sustainable way. And we know that we can grow even faster as issues such as independence and energy security are now at the top of everyone’s concerns“, added the CEO of Greenvolt.
In a universe of 1,000 of the largest companies prepared by Informa DB, and in a ranking audited by Deloitte, Greenvolt was chosen by the Expresso editorial staff as a result of the rapid growth shown throughout 2022 in the three strategic pillars of action: residual biomass, promotion large-scale wind and solar projects, but also in distributed power generation.
Alongside the production of energy from biomass, from forest residues and urban woody residues, in Portugal and the United Kingdom, Greenvolt is a promoter of wind and solar photovoltaic projects, operating in several European markets and in the American market, with a pipeline of 6.7 GW – with 2.9 GW in an advanced stage of development by the end of 2023.
In the strategic segment of distributed generation of renewable energy, Greenvolt operates in the Portuguese and Spanish markets, both in the business and residential segments. It has more than 100 MW installed and in self-consumption projects of photovoltaic solar energy, working to reduce its customers’ energy bills in a context of high market prices.
Still in distributed generation, Greenvolt is also present in the development of energy communities, currently accounting for more than 40 projects that will have an installed capacity of around 30 MW.