As a responsible energy producer, the role of Kallista Energy Group is to develop sources of energy that ensure a viable future for generations to come. This development is in line with the institutional framework of our group and therefore in compliance with the commitments made to our shareholders:
- A strict code of ethics;
- A well-regulated industrial process;
- Risk management policies that are based on professionalism, transparency and a forward-looking approach;
- Good visibility on cash flows.
The whole team at Kallista Energy Group shares the firm belief that each and every one of them must be involved in the fight against climate change. This conviction is seen on a daily basis, for example in their use of public transport or bikes for their commute to work, and in the development of a fleet of vehicles that includes mostly hybrids or electric cars.
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A pragmatic approach
Kallista Energy Group invests in competitively priced energy, which offers the best compromise between the resources available, the return on investment and the environmental impact.
The choice of wind energy, is not only purely ideological, but also based on the reliability of this technology and its competitiveness. Wind energy is, in fact, the most mature and the least expensive renewable energy after hydropower, which does not offer as much in terms of potential development in France.
It is with this same level of pragmatism that Kallista Energy Group is looking at opportunities to invest in other energy sources.
For Kallista Energy, an energy strategy can only be designed with a long-term view. We are currently building a viable electricity generation capacity, over the long term, without grants or allowances. Once the initial investments are amortised (15 years for wind farms), the power plants will provide future generations with access to extremely competitively priced energy. The choice of our investments is thus guided by wind farms that offer the guarantee of a viable production cost, once the energy purchase obligation deadlines have expired. Our approach is therefore a sustainable one.