SunRoof, an innovative startup creating 2-in-1 solar roofs and solutions to support smart energy management, has entered into partnership with Veolia Energia Łódź and Veolia Energia Warsaw.
With Veolia, we share a common vision of climate-neutral cities and open up new opportunities for a complete transition to sustainable energy. Synergistic thinking is a key element of our cooperation. We complement solar innovation with next-generation technologies and show how the cleanest and easily accessible solar energy is changing our future. I am glad that we are taking this important step together, actively participating in green transformation
- says Lech Kaniuk, CEO of SunRoof.
The idea behind Veolia’s operations is to ‘renew the world’s resources’, understood among other things as the optimal use of the resources at our disposal. Turning to solar energy is a natural step in the decarbonisation process that we have been implementing for years. By introducing a range of services based on photovoltaics to our offer, we support green transformation in Poland, contributing to the improvement of air quality in cities and shifting the economy to low emissions
- says Adrian Sienicki, Commercial Director at Veolia Energia Łódź.
SunRoof manufactures 2-in-1 solar roofs and innovative façades that generate electricity without having to install traditional photovoltaic modules. This is the best replacement for a regular roof, offering the highest efficiency, the lowest carbon footprint, and a unique aesthetic. Our mission is to speed up the global transition to renewables by developing beautiful roofs that, by generating electricity, will cover the energy demand of the entire building.
Veolia in Poland
Veolia Group in Poland has been a reliable partner of cities and industry throughout the country for over 20 years. Based on knowledge and experience, it offers innovative services tailored to the needs of Customers. By investing in the expansion and modernization of its production and distribution infrastructure, as well as developing activities in the area of effective energy management, water and wastewater management and waste management, it ensures the highest quality of services. Taking into account the circular economy model, it creates and implements economically and environmentally effective solutions contributing to the sustainable development of cities and industry.
Veolia Group in Poland employs 4,600 employees whose mission is to resource the world. It operates in 109 municipalities, managing district heating systems in 58 cities. Veolia operates through the following Companies: Veolia Energia Polska (holding), seven main operating companies – Veolia Energia Warszawa, Veolia Energia Łódź, Veolia Energia Poznań, Veolia term, Veolia Energy Contracting Poland, Veolia Industry Polska, Przedsiębiorstwo Wodociągów i Kanalizacji in Tarnowskie Góry and their subsidiaries.
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Veolia Energia Warsaw
Veolia Energia Warszawa manages the largest district heating network in the European Union, supplying system heat and domestic hot water to 80% of the buildings in Warsaw. While following the assumptions of the Group’s sustainable development policy, the Company develops and implements innovative and pioneering for energy services efficiency solutions that are optimal for the environment and local communities. The Company ensures safety and reliability of heat supplies, taking care of proper operation of almost 1,800 km of the municipal district heating network and thousands of substations.
Veolia Energia Łódź
Veolia Energia Łódź is a major energy company in Poland with its core business being cogeneration of system heat and electricity and management district heating network. Veolia Energia Łódź continues a close to 115-years history of the Łódź energy, being a recognized partner of the city and important part of development of its infrastructure. While following the assumptions of the Group’s sustainable development policy, the Company develops and implements innovative energy efficiency solutions that are optimal for the environment and local communities.
Veolia supplies system heat to approximately 60% customers in Łódź, as well as to major investments in the city, including industrial plants, public institutions, shopping centres and services. District heating network operated by Veolia Energia Łódź supplies also Konstantynów Łódzki.
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