Founded in 2005 in France, Voltalia is both an Energy producer and a Service provider. The company provides renewable energy solutions and work actively to help its clients to be a part of the energy and ecological transition worldwide. Voltalia has been producing green energy from solar, wind, hydraulic and biomass sources for 15 years, also combining storage solutions.
The company has not participated in any projects.
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