Voltalia on its new Brazilian power plant and plans for telecom projects

The French energy company in talks with regional MNOs and towercos

Read this article to learn:

  • Voltalia’s footprint and activities across four continents
  • The characteristics of the recently launched Oiapoque’s power plant
  • An overview of the Myanmar ESCO project
  • Voltalia’s competitive edge and strong regulatory knowledge

After years of successful clean energy production across the globe, Voltalia launched its first ESCO project in Myanmar in 2018, working closely with MNTI. Since its creation, the leading energy firm is very active in Latin America. Recently it has inaugurated the Oiapoque power plant (Brazil), serving the off-grid city with a mix of energy…

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