GLP is supporting the renewable energy infrastructure transition globally, launching a number of initiatives to help pursue sustainable energy development including onsite solar on our global logistics real estate portfolio, coupled with battery storage and depot charging for electric vehicles.

Our ambition is to become one of the leading renewable energy developers, investors and operators in Europe.

GLP will develop, own and operate the solar projects, removing the capital cost constraint for customers.

By joining us on this journey, our customers will be able to meet their decarbonisation objectives and secure a long-term supply of clean energy at stable prices. Furthermore, they will have access to other synergic technologies such as EV charging or battery storage.

Our investors will benefit from the future-proofing of our asset base, and by investing in the energy transition and the sustainable real-estate revolution.

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Across the world, GLP has 700 Megawatts (MW) of installed solar PV systems which can generate approximately 540 Gigawatt hours (GWh) annually and significantly reduce CO2 emissions.

Our growing rooftop and ground-mounted solar PV portfolio is targeted to reach 2GW capacity by 2024. In addition, GLP is set to create an exciting holistic ecosystem of solutions across the entire renewable energy value chain, including 1GW+ of planned wind assets by 2024 and a 10TWh+ Electric Vehicle charging network.

In Europe, as of the end of 2023, GLP has about 32 MW of capacity installed across 28 projects but with the ambition of delivering 500 MW in the future. As part of our sustainability and carbon reduction strategy, GLP is working with its customers across their portfolio to help reduce their carbon emissions and to improve the performance of their property assets.

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Decarbonise operations

As part of its sustainability and carbon reduction strategy, GLP is working with customers across their portfolio to help them reduce their carbon emissions, and to improve the performance of their property assets. ​

Provide energy-as-a-service

GLP is supporting the sustainable energy infrastructure transition globally, launching a number of initiatives to help pursue renewable energy development including onsite solar on our global logistics real estate portfolio coupled – when possible – with battery storage and depot charging for electric vehicles.

Reduce rising energy costs

GLP clean energy is sold back to or customers at significant discount compared to their utility rates, the surplus is fed into the electricity grid, helping reducing the strain on local electricity grids and positively impacting on our communities.​

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Stefano Fissolo

Senior Director Renewable Energy – Europe

Stefano takes ownership for driving the growth of GLP’s onsite renewable energy program to decarbonise its built environment by deploying rooftop solar, battery storage, electric vehicle infrastructure and other cleantech applications.

Stefano brings 15 years’ experience working primarily across the renewable energy, investment and infrastructure space. Prior to joining GLP, Stefano served as Investment Director at Swiss-based infrastructure firm SUSI Partners AG, which manages the largest European investment platform for energy efficient projects, where he led on originating and executing credit and equity transactions in the clean energy infrastructure space, including investments in onsite solar, combined heat and power, renewable heat, light-as-a-service, EV charging, and other energy efficiency measures.

Stefano was previously Co-CEO at engineering boutique Solesa, which designs, develops and operates solar photovoltaic plants, leading the company’s international expansion and managing new asset developments in Italy, India and Oman. He started his career at Boston Consulting Group.

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Tobias Christaller

Vice President, Renewables – Europe

Tobi joined GLP to execute the investment strategy for the Clean Energy business. He will focus on the deployment of rooftop solar, battery storage, electric vehicle infrastructure and other cleantech applications.

Tobi came to GLP with 9 years in infrastructure and energy financing. His previous role was as Vice President Investments from SUSI Partners AG, an asset manager focused on the energy transition, where over seven years he originated, structured, and executed various different financing solutions for cleantech energy companies across Europe under three fund mandates. Technology-wise, he has a strong track record in energy efficiency measures such as LED, heat pumps, building retrofits, CHP units, and biomass as well as solar PV on- and off grid. Prior to SUSI Partners, Tobias worked in infrastructure debt at MEAG and Siemens Bank were he worked on serval large scale infrastructure projects. Other previous experience includes procurement at Convatec, Venture Capital at Siemens, and Casualty Risk modelling at Swiss Re.

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Manuel Gallio

Asset Management Director, Renewables - Europe

Manuel joins as Director, Asset Management, responsible for managing GLP Clean Energy’s portfolio of assets throughout their life cycle, managing technical and ESG due diligence, driving the adoption of best practices and new technologies within the business, and implementing value enhancement initiatives.

Manuel has ~15 years’ experience in the energy industry sector across asset management and engineering, having managed and/or overseen the operations of more than 1.3 GW of projects across renewables technologies including solar PV, onshore wind, battery energy storage and biomass.

Manuel joins from Glennmont, where he managed the development, construction, operations and divestment of renewable plants across Europe, and has held previous roles working as a consultant, project engineer, and technical manager at various reputable renewable energy corporations.

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Pablo Martinez

Business Development Director, Renewables – Europe

Pablo has been appointed Director, Business Development, focused on originating and developing renewables projects and creating the offering suite of onsite and offsite power purchase agreements for GLP Clean Energy customers.

Pablo has built deep expertise over 14 years in the energy and renewables sector across business development, sales, portfolio management, M&A and strategy.

He previously worked at ENGIE, a French multi-national energy company, where he led the transformation of the company, developing new businesses in renewable energy infrastructure onsite and offsite in North and Latin America.

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Servando Tirado

Investments Associate, Renewables – Europe

Servando joined GLP to help us push forward all sides of our renewables business.

He joins us from the Madrid-based infrastructure private equity firm called Plenium Partners, where he was initially a developer and later moved into the investment team. He started his career as project engineer.

Servando is based in Zürich, and works closely with all GLP teams across Europe.

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Stefano Fissolo

Senior Director Renewable Energy – Europe

Switzerland

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Tobias Christaller

Vice President, Renewables – Europe

Germany

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Manuel Gallio

Asset Management Director, Renewables - Europe

Italy

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Pablo Martinez

Business Development Director, Renewables – Europe

Spain

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Servando Tirado

Investments Associate, Renewables – Europe

Switzerland

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GLP Clean Energy at Oss

As part of our sustainability and carbon reduction strategy, GLP is working with customers across their portfolio to help them reduce their carbon emissions, and to improve the performance of their property assets.

Our site in Oss, Netherlands, was identified as having good potential for onsite generation using rooftop solar.

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