Biomass

Wind & Solar Utility-scale

Distributed Generation

Biomass

Wind & Solar Utility-scale

Distributed Generation

GREENVOLT

GreenVolt operates in the Renewable Energies market, seeking to deliver pioneer solutions that accelerate a clean and fair energy transition.

To deliver green energy, we value forest residues, and we harness the power of wind and the heat of the sun.

Our ambition is to progressively increase our contribution to combating climate change and to promoting a more balanced and sustainable world at an environmental, social and economic level

Biomass

GreenVolt is today the main reference in terms of energy production from residual forest biomass in Portugal. It also has an urban residual biomass power plant in the United Kingdom, Tilbury Green Power.

Wind & Solar Utility-scale

Besides biomass, GreenVolt is already one of the largest companies in Europe in the segment of the development of utility-scale solar and wind projects, with a pipeline of approximately 5.8 GW, of which approximately 4.0 GW are in an advanced or ready-to-build stage. The Company operates in several markets across the globe.

Distributed Generation

Complementing the development of these large-scale projects, GreenVolt is committed to the distributed energy generation, as this is one of the main axes of energy transition and a key to reduce the costs of energy bills.

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Latest News

May 24, 2022

GreenVolt’s EBITDA more than triples and net profit reaches €1.3 million

GreenVolt achieved an adjusted net income of €1.3 million in the first quarter of 2022, an increase of 43% compared to the same period last year. EBITDA more than tripled in this period, with revenues showing significant growth compared to the first quarter of 2021.

May 18, 2022

GreenVolt buys a 45 MWp solar park in Romania

GreenVolt, through its subsidiaries V-Ridium Solar 45 and V-Ridium Renewables, has reached an agreement for the purchase of a 45 MWp solar photovoltaic park in Romania, until now held by Samsung C&T Corporation, by LSG Building Solutions, and by Green Source Consulting. The operation values ​​the park at around €83 million, as of today.