Holaluz

Company information

Alternative energy

Holaluz supplies electricity from renewable sources to more than 145,000 customers across Spain, leading the transformation of Spain’s energy sector in the process. Founded in Barcelona in 2010, the team behind Holaluz share the desire to change the world, putting customers at the centre of their decision-making and building long-term relationships based on trust.

“The challenge is to create a mainstream system that becomes a new standard for people’s lives based on the levers of rational use of energy, storage and self-production,” says Carlota Pi Amorós, Co-Founder and Executive President of Holaluz.

“We want to accompany our customers on the journey to a new sustainable model where they will manage and own their green energy.”

Thanks to this progressive strategy, Holaluz has become the first European electricity company to receive the prestigious B Corp certification, which is awarded to businesses that meet the highest standards of verified social and environmental performance.

“Receiving the B Corp certificate shows that we go beyond just generating profit: we innovate to maximise our positive impact on employees, the communities we serve and the environment,” explains Carlota.

“We offer a long-term relationship with our customers that’s based on trust. This can be seen in the way in which we connect with customers, in the service we offer and how we work. And, above all, it provides peace of mind for our customers, knowing that we take care of everything.”

Thanks to this pioneering and customer-centric approach, Holaluz and its co-founders have picked up several awards and accolades, including The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award of FEDEPE (Spanish Federation of Women Directors, Executives, Professionals and Businesswomen) and Manager of the Year 2018 from the Association of Businessmen and Executives.

Carlota adds: “Ambition and enthusiasm are fundamental when it comes to having a positive attitude, it’s what enables us to change our surroundings.”