EuroEnergy is a renewable energy investment company with offices in London, Athens and Bucharest. EuroEnergy is a subsidiary of the Libra Group.
The renewable energy sector continues to grow, driven by climate change and the policies of various governments to tackle it, whilst economically it is also supported by local electricity supply-demand imbalances and the ever-increasing cost of traditional energy sources. EuroEnergy focuses on opportunities provided by the dynamic interaction of these market drivers in various geographies and sectors.
The company is committed to helping governments and corporations to meet their energy efficiency and emissions targets through the provision of competitive new technologies and production facilities, underpinned by local government support of Alternative Energy Sources.
EuroEnergy has established a track record of acquiring, developing and operating renewable energy assets while dealing with complex regulatory frameworks and local market conditions.
In Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean, EuroEnergy has invested in solar energy parks and wind farms. The company’s existing operating and pipeline projects have a combined generating capacity of around 200 MW.
The company’s senior management combines many years of energy sector experience, government relations and financial expertise.
EuroEnergy is part of the Libra Group, a privately-owned international business group that controls 30 subsidiaries active in 35 countries across six continents, and focused on aviation, energy, finance and diversified, hospitality, real estate, and shipping. The group is committed to expanding its energy interests globally. In North, Central and South America, Greenwood Energy is involved in solar power investment and development, particularly in solar parks throughout the emerging markets of Latin America.
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