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GGE has changed its name and brand and becomes Resalta

GGE has changed its name and brand and becomes Resalta

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March 15, 2018

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Resalta is the new name and brand under which one of the leading energy services companies in South-Eastern Europe, GGE, will operate in the future. What does not change is the company’s commitment to the development of renewable energy sources and the provision of energy efficient solutions to customers.

Resalta stands for the high results in everything that company does, it was stated in a press release. The new logo and brand identity reflect a commitment to sustainability and a greener world. Team, mission and business practices of the company remain unchanged.

GGE has decided to undergo a rebranding to better reflect its growth and ambitions, as well as its position in the SEE energy market.

Originally chosen to represent the three founding companies – Gorenje, Geoplin and Energetika Ljubljana – the name GGE has outlived its purpose. Not only has the shareholder structure changed, the company’s ambitions have exceeded all initial expectations and the company has, alongside the brand, grown regionally at a very fast pace, the press release reads.

Committed to improving energy efficiency throughout the region, GGE has completed a great number of projects with public, industrial and commercial clients, collaborated with financial and governmental institutions, NGOs and other organizations interested in the promotion of efficiency.

Some of the projects include The Slatina (Croatia) 5MW cogeneration plant, The PPP with the City of Ljubljana for the energy retrofit of 49 buildings and The Energy efficiency projects in Gorenje group, both in Slovenia, and The Kruševac (Serbia) complete renovation of public lighting systems.

GGE mission has been to develop renewable energy sources and to save every possible unit of energy, ensuring that its clients that they can rely on smooth and efficient energy processes, with low carbon emissions. Resalta simply takes it over.

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