EuroEnergy is Libra Group’s renewable energy subsidiary with assets and operations in the European Union. Founded in Greece in 2007, its established presence currently includes assets and operations in Greece and Romania, including an investment portfolio of solar parks and wind farms with an installed operational capacity of over 100 MW and a pipeline of over 400 MW in the Central and Southeastern Europe region. In addition, the company has previously owned and managed 375 MW of operational wind and solar assets.
In 2023, the company acquired a landmark 114 MW wind energy development in Udbina, Croatia. Representing a total investment of €150 million, the project expands EuroEnergy’s European footprint to harness the potential of Croatia’s growing renewable energy sector. Significantly, the acquisition represents one of the country’s first clean energy investments since it became a member of the Eurozone in January 2023.
With a commitment to responsible innovation and growth, EuroEnergy announced a partnership with Perceptual Robotics to deploy drones to inspect wind turbines to meet the critical needs for stable, secure energy sources across Europe.