OUR MARKET

As a global IPP we prioritize markets with strong fundamentals, such as promising economic growth rates, favourable energy supply/demand balance, and supporting policies for independent power generation. In all markets, we apply the risk-mitigating strategies that have yielded successful execution to date.

Building Energy has proved its international calling by moving into rapid-growth markets that have launched structured multi-year development programs in the renewable energy sector.

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Africa and Middle-East

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91 TOTAL MW

The regional headquarters has been based in Cape Town since 2012. In the four years since it entered South Africa, Building Energy has been awarded more than 300 MW of capacity in public tenders.

 The company has made a number of strategic announcements. With the award of a 140MW wind project and a 4MW hydro project at the 4th South African Round of  the Renewable Energy Independent Power Producer Programme (REIPPP), Building Energy became the sole renewable energy IPP to have been awarded projects across four different generation technologies for four consecutive rounds (solar PV, wind, biomass and small-hydro). 

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Europe

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7,5 TOTAL MW

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North America

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43,5 TOTAL MW

The regional headquarters has been based in Washington DC since 2013.
The US team has managed the development of over 100 MW of solar and wind projects including 5 solar parks for Cornell University, one of the United States’ Ivy League Universities, and its first wind power plant in Iowa.

Building Energy is a partner who also contributed to Cornell University’s renewable energy portfolio through the solar rooftop installations for the new humanities building Klarman Hall and the Human Ecology Building. The solar farms have been in operation since December 2015 and also advance the goals of Governor Cuomo’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) strategy to build a clean, resilient and affordable energy system. 

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Building Energy US

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Asia Pacific

Building Energy developed a local presence in Asia in 2013 through the establishment of a regional headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, with the objective of monitoring the Japanese renewable energy market.

The company is also involved in the analysis of opportunities in developed and emerging countries in South-East Asia, with the goal of unlocking a more structured entry and investment strategy, built on the development of a balanced pipeline of around 300 MW of solar, wind and hydro projects in the next three years.

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East Europe

Building Energy has been present in the Balkans since 2014 with its offices in Belgrade, from which it manages and coordinates the development of its projects in Serbia, Croatia and Republika Srpska.

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Building Energy Balkan

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Latin and South America

With developments in Chile, Panama and Peru, Building Energy has established a strong presence in the LATAM region from 2014. In early 2017 a new headquarters was opened in Santiago de Chile, where the LATAM team manages a diversified portfolio of solar PV and mini-hydro projects.

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