Voltalia installs 100th ESCO site in Myanmar, opens office in Egypt

€180mn turnover renewable energy leader targets 10,000 ESCO sites in the medium term

Read this article to learn:

  • The progress to date of Voltalia’s ESCO project with MNTI (MyTel) in Myanmar
  • Voltalia’s vision to minimise LCoE and improve QoS while fostering local development
  • The three challenges ESCOs must overcome: contracts, autonomy and regulation
  • What differentiates Voltalia from other ESCOs?
  • Voltalia’s medium term growth aspirations

Voltalia has acquired a very strong track record in the ESCO space over the past few years. With over 500 MW of installed power generation capacity, recognised industrial capabilities, over €900mn of assets on its balance sheet and a very long-term reference shareholder, Voltalia can afford to take a longer term, more industrial view than…

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