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Resalta enters Polish market through joint venture with Luneos

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August 30, 2019

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Slovenia-headquartered energy service company Resalta has announced the launch of its new joint venture with the Polish energy transition service provider Luneos. Through the new venture, the company also begins operations in Poland, according to a press release from Resalta.

“The joint venture will combine the two companies’ strengths, with the aim of implementing an ambitious project pipeline in Poland, with a strong focus on combined heat and power in the industrial segment,” Resalta said.

Joint venture will focus on combined heat and power in the industrial segment

Luka Komazec, CEO of Resalta, said that Resalta is happy to have found a strong partner for the next step of its international expansion, with shared values, ambitions and strong expertise.

“Poland is among the largest markets in Europe and we believe its potential for energy efficiency and the development of renewable energy sources is immense. We look forward to facing this challenge together with Luneos,” Komazec added.

Poland – 9. country in which Resalta will be present

According to the press release, Luneos is a leading energy transition partner on Polish market offering a comprehensive service in preparation, financing, implementing and servicing investments in the area of LED lighting and photovoltaic installations. The company invests in the energy independence of large and medium enterprises, providing energy optimization tools without investment contribution on the client’s side.

“Observing current changes in the energy market we understand the great challenge Polish companies are facing,” Zbigniew Prokopowicz, CEO of Luneos

“Observing current changes in the energy market we understand the great challenge Polish companies are facing. The search for modern, future-oriented, and own energy sources is a natural direction of development. We believe the joint venture with Resalta creates a very good position for Luneos to offer suitable solutions to our clients,” added Zbigniew Prokopowicz, CEO of Luneos.

For Resalta, this joint venture marks its entry onto the Polish market, the 9. country in which the company will be operating. Resalta is already present across SEE in Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Italy, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia.

So far, Resalta has realized over 180 energy projects for over 120 clients, the press release reads.

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