visaVento Holding AG, a Swiss registered company, brings people and companies together, who are specialized in the planning, construction and operation of wind and solar farms in Poland.
By deploying the latest and proven technology, renewable energy can today be produced with wind and solar parks at a competitive price.
The management and the partners of visaVento are qualified experts with many years of experience in all technical, financial and business areas. The company manages its own projects which are developed from the ground up (greenfield projects). In addition, new projects are continually reviewed and accepted, provided that they meet the high standards of visaVento.
Not only the financial success is crucial for visaVento, but also the environmental and social returns that are achieved with this approach. The measurable environmental benefits today are enormous, because the environmentally harmful CO2 which is generated from the construction of a wind or solar park is compensated for by the production of CO2-free energy within six to eight months. Accordingly, over the entire time period of 20-30 years, savings of 1,500 tons of CO2 per megawatt wind energy are achieved. This fact is increasingly reflected also in the financial returns. The societal expectations towards a sustainable and over generations secured energy supply are steadily growing. Furthermore, both wind and solar farms represent a â€œReal Estateâ€.
Mr. Majstrenko-Nowak directs the technical area of visaVento. With his many years of experience in the wind energy business, he understands the challenges from the planning stage to operation stage of a wind farm in every detail.
Mr. Zimmerli is responsible for the execution, specifically the commercial area of visaVento. He manages the holding at the head office in Switzerland.
Mr. Dr. Hofbauer (Senior Vice President and General Manager, Power Products North America High Voltage Products ABB) is a practical manager who has worked in senior positions at ABB for over 20 years. He leads the Divison Highvoltage at ABB in North America and is professor of â€žInternational Business Management for Engineersâ€œ at the ETH in Zurich.