Open Energy

We offer new forms of electricity supply and management to our clients, who are the main actors of the new energy model. Our solutions are based on clean technologies

Opengy

Opengy stands for “open energy”, open, transparent, and accessible energy.

We want to actively participate in the energy transition process in which the electricity sector is immersed. After operating in the same way for more than a century, a profound and rapid change is taking place. We are moving from a centralised, closed, oligopolistic and fossil-based system towards a decentralised, open, clean, and digital one. This is possible thanks to the emergence of new technologies (such as solar photovoltaic or batteries), new actors (such as Opengy), new solutions (such as self-consumption) and new services (such as PPAs).

Our goal is to help our clients make this transition in an optimal way and benefit from the change of the energy model.

We collaborate with Blacksalt, an Asset Management firm focused on the renewable energy sector, mainly solar PV technology, that fosters economic growth, social impact, environmental sustainability, and long-term value generation.

Our values

  • Innovation

  • Transparency

  • Quality

  • Sustainability

  • Commitment

Our Experience

Opengy was established in 2018 as a spin-off of the Enertis Group, to focus on the distributed generation market and offer new solutions and services related to the new energy model.

In this time Opengy has positioned itself as one of the reference companies in Spain in the markets of self-consumption and PPAs for companies, with a track-record of more than 160 MWs in engineering services, installation, operation and maintenance and management of PPAs. It has a broad customer base, leaders in their respective economic sectors such as logistics, agri-food, textile, transformation industry, ceramics and agriculture, among others.

It is led by a team of professionals with more than 1,000 MWs of national and international experience in the distributed generation sector.

In July 2021, Enertis was acquired by Applus+. The companies that were part of the Enertis Group, such as Opengy, have been left out of the transaction, and are currently owned by the founders and former partners of Enertis.

+1,000 MW

of experience in Distributed Generation of Partners and Management Team

+160 MW

of Opengy's Distributed Generation in design, engineering, construction, and O&M

We are leaders

+15 GWh/year

of On-Site and Off-Site PPAs in operation. Spain's largest rooftop PPA in Spain 2020: 2.8 MWp

We work with leading companies

We work in all sectors

  • Logistics

    Logistics
  • Agri-food

    Agri-food
  • Agribusiness

    Agribusiness
  • Industry transformation

    Industry transformation
  • Textile

    Textile
  • Ceramics

    Ceramics

We are specialists

in Distributed Generation On-Site/Off-Site

Integral Solutions

Turnkey + O&M or PPAs

Tailor-made solutions

We satisfy each customer’s problems

Our main projects

LARGEST PPA-BACKED ROOFTOP SOLAR PV PROJECT IN SPAIN

Self-consumption rooftop solar PV installation for Grupo Losán in Soria with a 2M € investment.

  • 2.800 kWp
  • co2 avoided 1.264 t/year
  • 3.742.570 kWh/year

FIRST SELF-CONSUMPTION SOLAR INSTALLATION FOR MERLIN PROPERTIES (IBEX 35)

Rooftop installation in transport and logistics sector for Melin Properties (Ibex 35).

  • 0,605 kWp
  • co2 avoided 261,740 kg/year
  • 892,401 kWh/year
merlin

ROOFTOP SOLAR PV PARKING LOT IN HOSPITAL INFANTA LEONOR

Largest rooftop solar PV parking lot in Madrid.

  • 1.600 kWp
  • co2 avoided 685 t/year
  • 2,290,000 kWh/year

SELF-CONSUMPTION SOLAR INSTALLATION FOR THE ENCINAR DE HUMIENTA

Installation of self-consumption of more than 1,600 photovoltaic modules on the roof and parking lot.

  • 577 kWp
  • co2 avoided 145,05 t/year
  • 1,150,000 kWh/year
encinar de humienta

SELF CONSUMPTION SOLAR PV INSTALLATION FOR AN IRRIGATION COMMUNITY

First self-consumption installation for an irrigation community in Extremadura.

  • 600 kWp
  • co2 avoided 282 t/year
  • 942.000 kWh/year

SELF CONSUMPTION SOLAR PV INSTALLATION IN BARAJAS DE MELO (CUENCA)

Self-consumption photovoltaic installation on the ground with east-west trackers, with more than 10,000 photovoltaic modules.

  • 5.158 kWp
  • co2 avoided 1,900 t/year
  • 10,000 MWh/year

Discover more projects on our YouTube channel.