Slovenian company Resalta has reached a new milestone, entering Romania as the 10th market in which it will continue with its mission to provide energy efficiency services and develop renewable energy projects.
For the Romanian market, Resalta is partnering with Next Energy Partners, a leader in the development of renewable energy and energy trading in Romania. With the local company registered in Bucharest, Resalta and Next Energy Partners’ joint venture will be adapting its energy services portfolio to the needs of the Romanian market and will focus its service offering on solar PV, combined heat and power projects and industrial lighting.
Luka Komazec, Resalta CEO, said: “Entering the Romanian market is a big step for us, not only because this is the 10th market we have entered within 10 years, but also because this is by far the largest country in SEE. It holds immense potential for energy efficiency and renewable energy. We are confident in our ability to help bring the country closer to its energy savings goals with the help of Next Energy Partners.”
“We salute this initiative and we are confident that this joint venture with Resalta will maximise energy efficiency and contribute to a greener future, lower CO2 emissions and lower energy costs for our Romanian customers” said Bogdan Popoiu, of Next Energy Partners, Resalta Romania’s new Managing Director.
Next Energy Partners is part of a group of Romanian companies involved in developing projects, producing renewable energy, providing energy to end consumers and energy trading. Through this joint venture with Resalta, Next Energy Partners' goal is to become a major player in the Romanian ESCO field, contributing to Resalta’s development to a regional energy efficiency and renewable company by providing the highest quality products and services.
Resalta is a leading energy efficiency and renewable company founded in 2011, already present across Central and Southeast Europe in Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Italy, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Serbia and Slovenia. The company's current shareholders are Gorenje, Energetika Ljubljana and venture capital companies Black Peak Capital and Post Scriptum.
Resalta works with both public and private clients to finance, design and implement projects that reduce energy consumption, lower CO2 emissions and promote sustainability while generating cost savings. So far, the company has realized over 200 energy projects for over 130 clients and continues to expand its product and service portfolio.