Voltalia’s financial strength
How does Voltalia’s financial strength guarantee
the success of your renewable energy projects?
Voltalia, an international player in renewable energy, is an independent energy producer from its own power plants and a service provider across the entire value chain. As a pioneer in the market of services for industrial and tertiary businesses, Voltalia offers a comprehensive range of services, including direct supply of green electricity, energy efficiency services, and decentralized on-site production through its subsidiary Helexia.
As of December 31, 2022, Voltalia has an installed capacity of 1.6 gigawatts and 1.0 gigawatt under construction, totaling 2.6 gigawatts. The Group also operates 2.8 gigawatts on behalf of third parties.
As a Mission-driven company since March 2021, Voltalia has avoided the equivalent of 1436 Ktons of CO2 emissions in 2022 through its electricity production and has been ranked 7th globally out of 95 companies in the renewable energy sector by Sustainalytics. Voltalia continues to uphold its commitments and places sustainable development, combating climate change, and supporting local development at the core of its business model.
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3 major assets
Additional guarantees of reliability
Strategic choices that have allowed the Group
to establish itself in renewable energies
The Group's Business Model is based on a sustainable and integrated system, which enables it to offer expertise at every stage of a renewable energy project, both for its own power plants and for its clients. As of the end of 2022, the Group has 1571 megawatts in operation and 1022 megawatts under construction.
Leader in the Corporate Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) market. In 2022, 75% of the energy sales contracts signed by Voltalia were Corporate PPAs. In 2022, the Group contracted 1128 megawatts (x3.6) of new long-term electricity sales contracts, resulting in a future contracted revenue of 7.8 billion euros (+18%) with an average remaining duration of 16.5 years.
Comprehensive market coverage through acquisitions, particularly that of Helexia, working in perfect coordination on Corporate PPAs and self-consumption/energy balance. Since the acquisition of Helexia in 2019, Voltalia has secured 1.3 gigawatts and has a contracted portfolio of 450 megawatts.
Constantly expanding project portfolio supported by a multi-technology offering and a multi-geographical presence. Voltalia's development pipeline reached 14.2 gigawatts by the end of 2022 (+28% compared to 2021).