|Asset Classes||Listed equity|
|Impact strategy||Impact Equities and Bonds|
|Aligned with SDGs|
Voltalia is a French renewable energy operator founded in 2005. The company is an independent energy producer from its wind, solar, hydropower, biomass and storage plants and a service provider over the entire value chain. Voltalia’s primary business is the production and sale of the electricity generated from wind, solar, hydraulic, biomass and storage facilities that the company owns and operates. It has generation capacity in Latin America, Europe and Africa.
Voltalia also provides services: the development of new power plants, engineering and construction, the operation-maintenance of commissioned power plants and management of assets. The company performs these services on its behalf and behalf of third parties (investors, power plant owners, etc.).
As climate change already wreaks havoc in different parts of the globe, children all over the world are particularly at risk as they will be left to face a planet with heavy droughts, flooding, air pollution and water scarcity. A transition to renewable energy is not only essential to achieve the emission reduction goals, but also to create a sustainable planet for our future generations. In addition, clean energy is considered one of the best paths to avoid energy disruption and achieve energy independence. As a renewable energy pure-player, Voltalia plays a crucial role in fighting global climate change and providing access to energy by developing, building and operating renewable energy power plants in developed and emerging countries. In 2021, Voltalia produced 4.1 terawatt hours of green energy, avoiding 1,421 kilotonnes of CO2 equivalent.
Voltalia also conducts social accessibility assessments for all construction projects, while encouraging local human development. For example, more than 40% of staff hired during construction in Brazil are local. In addition, in line with Voltalia’s commitment to protecting the environment in the countries where it operates, projects under construction are covered by an Environmental Impact Assessment study.