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Enery is leading the green energy transition through the acquisition, development, construction, and operation of large-scale renewable energy plants. With a sustainable long-term vision, we deliver clean electricity at affordable prices to create a more sustainable energy landscape.
Headquartered in Austria, our young and ambitious team takes a forward-thinking approach to renewable energy – helping our customers to reduce both emissions and costs.
Through our holistic approach to renewable energy, we deliver complete end-to-end solutions for a broad range of companies, utilities, and governments.
Founded in 2019, Enery has quickly become one of the leading renewable energy providers in Central and Eastern Europe. With a diverse and expanding portfolio of large-scale projects, we’re driving the transition from fossil fuels to cleaner and more sustainable sources of electricity.
At Enery, we believe renewable energy is not only terrific for the environment, but an opportunity to strengthen the communities we serve. That’s why many of our renewable energy developments also feature social and environmental programs to support communities and build more robust natural ecosystems.
Through our growing network of partners and clients, we build rewarding long-term relationships based on cooperation, trust, and mutual respect. We’re committed to creating a safe work environment, being transparent in our processes, and minimizing our environmental impact.
Thanks to our employee Luiza Lazea, Enery found a new great partner in the face of Free Miorita NGO in Romania.
The organization helps households with no access to electricity to improve their living conditions by installing autonomous renewable energy systems. Together, we donated and installed solar panels for six households.
The campaign “Light for Romania” outlines the underestimated issue of underprivileged people in rural regions who are unable to connect to the electrical grid due to their remote living areas and cannot afford to pay for permits, grid connection fees, projects, and utility bills.
This initiative is an example of how renewable energy can improve life quality quickly and efficiently.
We are delighted to announce that the Byala Slatina Medical Center and Hospital now boasts its very own 40 kW rooftop photovoltaic system.
This solar installation is a significant leap towards enhancing the facility’s energy self-sufficiency. In the days to come, a substantial portion of their energy needs will be met by this system, resulting in substantial cost savings, and bolstering their energy independence.
This initiative is an integral part of Enery’s Corporate Social Responsibility program, reflecting our commitment to supporting the communities where we operate in Europe. The project was successfully coordinated by our partners at Enery Element GmbH, who have been diligently working on the development of a large-scale PV project in the villages of Gabare and Drashan, located to the northeast of Sofia.
At Enery, we firmly believe that education is the key to a sustainable future. By introducing children to renewable energy and teaching them how to keep our environment clean, we empower them to become advocates for positive change.
That is why we created the Let’s Color with Energy coloring book which is suitable for kids in elementary school age.
Feel free to print out the book from our webpage. Parents, educators, and anyone who is passionate about nurturing young minds can use the file.
Let’s create a greener tomorrow, one coloring page at a time!
March – October 2022
The Help Ukraine project has become one of Enery’s flagship social projects for 2022. It was initiated in response to the war in Ukraine which started in February 2022. Since then, Enery has provided temporary accommodation, document (visa), and general integration support, including language courses to many Ukrainian refugees entering Austria.
Our colleagues in Slovakia provided breakfast to 130 Ukrainian students from a Slovakian-Ukrainian school. They also organized a youth volleyball tournament where they explained to the teams how solar energy is produced and how it can help Europe decarbonize.
In Bulgaria, we supported a green educational center, working with children and families from Ukraine to integrate them. We covered expenses for textbooks, meals, and integrational summer camp.
In total, our efforts supported 440 people through diverse initiatives.
June 2020 – till now
The Omama Project in Slovakia, led by Cesca Von NGO, is dedicated to addressing the challenging circumstances in which children from underprivileged Roma families are raised. Its mission is to provide these children with the opportunities to receive a quality education, secure stable employment, and ultimately become valuable contributors to society. At its core, the project seeks to empower mothers within the community by training them to mentor other mothers and their children.
Cesta Von NGO currently employs approximately 35 Omamas who work in 25 Roma communities throughout Slovakia. Enery has been actively supporting and collaborating with Omama Janka since 2020, and she is now responsible for nurturing and guiding 20 children in the village of Huncovce.
August 2021 – till now
In our ongoing commitment to enhance pollinator habitats and combat the overall decline in their populations, we embarked on a bee project at our Karadzhalovo power plant in the Thracia region of Bulgaria.
With the invaluable expertise of external bee and vegetation specialists and the dedication of one of our plant employees, Nedyalko Dyalkov, our team in Bulgaria has successfully introduced multiple bee colonies to the solar park and established a pollinator-friendly area.
The success of this project motivated us to replicate it in other countries of operations, like Austria and Romania, and marked the beginning of our Solar honey label.
August 2021 – till now
Working in harmony with our surrounding ecosystems and protecting biodiversity is at the core of our ESG strategy. That is why we decided to focus our efforts on multiple land uses for our photovoltaic power plants.
Along with an experienced local farmer, our Czech team introduced a flock of sheep that replaced the traditional grass mowing with machines at the Určice solar park in Moravia. Grazing on fresh green grass, the sheep prevent vegetation from shading the solar panels and impacting their productivity. At the same time, our waste is turned into food for the animals.
That set an example we later used for engaging the same “bio grass mowers” in our power plants in Bulgaria and Romania.
Now, sheep have become a symbol of our efforts to implement a working, sustainable value chain with dual land use at its base.
At Enery, we’re driven by a diverse team of ambitious and forward-thinking industry professionals.
Our backgrounds feature many different cultures and languages, but we’re united in creating a cleaner and more sustainable world for our children and future generations.