The Spanish energy company will install its new delegation in the Aragonese community in the central area of the capital of Zaragoza.
Specifically, it will be located on Calle Alfonso I, number 17, in the Plaza 14 Business Center building, with 250 square meters of new offices. The operation was mediated by CBRE, a leading international consulting and real estate services company.
“This is an important operation, one of the most relevant of the year in the downtown area and in one of the most representative buildings in Zaragoza. After the hiring of offices for the first semester, the best since 2018, we are very positive for this second half of the year, “says Miguel Ángel Gómez, director of CBRE Zaragoza.
Capital Energy currently has a portfolio of wind and solar projects in the Iberian Peninsula that is around 35 gigawatts (GW) of power, of which more than 8.7 GW already have the granted network access permits. In Aragon alone, the company develops 1.5 GW, spread over more than a dozen projects.
“The activity of the company has been increasing in recent months, also in Aragon. Thanks to its new offices in Zaragoza, Capital Energy will be able to continue attracting talent to its staff in the community, made up of eight professionals. We appreciate the advice of CBRE in this operation, since it has allowed us to make this qualitative leap “, affirms Fernando Liso, head of Promotion of Capital Energy in Aragon.
Thanks to the launch of its trading company, in the last quarter of 2020, Capital Energy has completed its strategic objective of being present throughout the entire renewable generation value chain: from promotion, where the company has a consolidated position given its trajectory of almost 20 years, until the construction, production, storage, operation and supply.
The objective of the company, which has more than 385 employees distributed throughout 15 offices in Spain and Portugal, is to bring to the end consumer the 100% renewable energy that it is already producing in its own facilities.
Increase in occupancy
After meeting the operation, Fernando Montón, CEO of Grupo Plaza 14, stated that “for Grupo Plaza 14 it is a pleasure to be able to incorporate a client like Capital Energy into our building. Despite the pandemic, the level of occupancy in our buildings Not only has it not been affected, but it has increased with the incorporation of new clients. Companies are looking for buildings equipped with ventilation and air renewal systems that adapt to new needs. ”
For her part, Lola Hernández, Business Development consultant at CBRE Zaragoza, explained that “from CBRE we notice how many local or national companies are currently demanding to be located in exclusive office buildings with high benefits and extraordinary communications. The deficit of this type of property in the Central Business Area will reactivate the demand for new areas, where there are buildings with the highest quality, technologies and services “.
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