The origin of Ennera dates back more than 100 years, to a hydroelectric plant built in Zaldibia to service a blossoming iron industry for railway components that would eventually become CAF.
This industry later became CAF, an international railway component manufacturer that employed more than 7000 people the world over and had an annual turnover of around 2000 million dollars.
CAF set up Ennera in 2007 as a subsidiary for the purpose of entering the renewable energy business. To do this, it transferred ownership of the Zaldibia plant to Ennera.
The result: Ennera
These facts define the approach of Ennera, and its focus on distributed power generation. It seeks to use the existing natural resources to provide energy at the lowest cost with the level of availability required by the client.
The current approach in Ennera involves providing customised technology and solutions to clients in developing countries, by combining renewable power and fossil-based technologies and integrating storage systems and always relying on the support of local companies.
"Every project is unique. We can offer power plants and energy services on a turnkey basis. "
We manufacture and market a small wind turbine that has been developed with state-of-the-art proprietary technology.
The Ennera headquarters are located in Ibarra, Gipuzkoa (Spain), and there is also an office in Madrid.
Ennera has built a wide range of in Spain since its beginning in 2007. Its internationalization development includes renewable energy projects El Salvador, Japan, Jordan, Argentina, Zimbabwe, Mauritania, Sao Tome and Afghanistan.
Ennera currently boasts branches in Argentina, Colombia, El Salvador, Jordan and Japan, and it is increasing its presence in emerging markets such as Africa and Central America. It is working hard to establish long-term relationships with local partners.