Grupo Aldesa develops its energy business through its subsidiary Aldesa Energías Renovables, which manages all of the business related to renewable energy, electricity infrastructures and generation projects: development, design, construction and operation of all types of renewable energy generation projects and generation, transmission and distribution of energy. The company carries out the development and operation of wind farms and photovoltaic plants throughout Spain, and it has been present internationally for the past year in countries such as Poland, Mexico, Romania, Peru and Chile.
En Spain, Aldesa Energías Renovables currently operates five wind farms with a total of 190.75 MW of installed capacity, as well as nine solar orchards that were executed in 2008 and add up to a peak of 45.8 MW, with all of these installations being located in Andalusia.
At year-end 2014, more than 600 MW were at different stages of development in Spain and abroad. At the same time, it is expanding its operational contracts with new third-party generation installations, to which Aldesa not only offers services of operation and maintenance, but also the integrated management of these facilities.
Grupo Aldesa has committed to consolidating its positioning in the countries in which it has spent years developing its activities and to opening up new markets where Aldesa Energías Renovables may establish itself as a reference within the energy sector.
In Eastern Europe, Aldesa Nowa Energia is the Group company engaging in developing renewable energy projects in Poland. With head offices in Warsaw, the company was founded with the objective of transferring to this country Aldesa’s experience in energy diversification projects. Aldesa also has headquarters in Romania, where it undertakes EPC, BOP, turnkey projects and the development of wind, photovoltaic, hydraulic and electrical infrastructures.
Mexico, together with Poland, is one of the countries in which Grupo Aldesa's energy subsidiary has experienced the greatest degree of development. The Mexican company Aldener ADM has been operating for more than one year within the renewable energy and electricity infrastructures sector in Mexico. From its Mexico City headquarters, it focuses on the development of self-supply projects, EPC's for private clients and public tenders, usually from the CFE.
In South America, Aldesa has an office in Lima (Peru), from where it conducts its activities for both Peruvian and Chilean markets, carrying out the development of projects and turnkey offerings for wind farms, photovoltaic plants, hydro power plants and substations and electricity transmission lines.