The planet is currently facing one of the greatest problems in its history, or even the most serious: climate change, which is already a reality that is having a very negative impact on our global economy, health and social well-being, and, even more worryingly, on that of our future generations. In addition, due to overpopulation, the lack of energy resources and the deterioration of the environment is becoming increasingly evident.

At Solaria we believe that it is possible to fight against this reality. We propose renewable energy as a solution, since it is an effective alternative to mitigate the effects of climate change and favors access to cleaner energy for the entire population. Specifically, photovoltaic solar energy can be integrated in a sustainable and ecological way in our daily lives, presenting a greater potential for development than other alternative energies.

Based on this conviction, we have been acting and putting our five senses to make SOLAR ENERGY a sustainable and more profitable, competitive and accessible energy. But we want to go further and, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals ("SDGs") and other international standards, make every effort to ensure that sustainability is part of our day-to-day business and our business strategy, thus contributing to the improvement of the environment and society, while caring for our shareholders' investments and seeking to maximize their profitability.

Thanks to the generation of green energy, in 2020 we have avoided the emission of approximately 102,900 tons of CO2, equivalent to the electricity supply of about 155,000 Spanish homes.

In addition, at Solaria we believe in diversity and equal opportunities for access to our company and we base our incorporations on the search for talent, professionalism and innovation, which allows us to grow together and improve our competitiveness.


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SOLARIA manages and operates photovoltaic plants in Spain, Italy, Uruguay and Greece.



SOLARIA has a pipeline of more than 10,000 MW of potentially developable projects distributed in Iberia.