VALOREM around the world

VALOREM has an international reach, exporting its knowledge and expertise through its subsidiaries and local partnerships.

 

 

 

European Union (excluding France)


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In Finland, VALOREM is currently involved in a 300 MW generation portfolio project. Our skills and expertise are supported on the ground by our partnership with local experts.

THREE OAKS, a VALOREM joint venture, is a business facilitator specializing in putting together bids for renewable energy projects in the Nordic countries in partnership with VALOREM.

 

VALOREM in Africa


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Our operations in Africa and the Arabian Peninsula are managed from our regional office in Rabat, Morocco. We develop renewable energy projects in the region, both on our own initiative as well as for major energy-intensive industries and manufacturers.

VALOREM General Energie is a joint venture (in which VALOREM has a 50% stake) based in Casablanca, Morocco, whose main focus is developing renewable energy projects.

Central Europe – Asia


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VALOREM develops and sells wind farms in Ukraine and Romania.

The Group also provides technical and auditing services in countries across the region.

 

 

Caribbean – Americas


For our activities in South America, VALOREM has a base in Bogota, with a number of regional offices in the Caribbean.

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French Caribbean

From our office near Pointe-à-Pitre (Guadeloupe), VALOREM works closely with elected representatives, government departments, land and property owners and farmers in Guadeloupe.

VALOREM is currently developing Guadeloupe’s first multi-megawatt wind energy project, just north of Basse-Terre. To operate this future wind farm, VALOREM has founded the company SAINTE ROSE ENERGIES.

 

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Haiti

VALOREM also has a subsidiary in Port-au-Prince, developing renewable multi-energy projects to expand Haiti’s generation capacity.

 

 

Dominican Republic

 

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