c/o Teollisen yhteistyön rahasto Oy (FINNFUND)
00181 Helsinki - FINLAND
puh: 09 348 434 (mainitsethan puhelimessa, että tavoittelet Finnpartnershipia)
Av. Melchor Perez de Olguín No. 2848
Web page https://www.sie-sa.com
Company Address email@example.com
Mr. Osvaldo Ivailo Peña Treneva
Project typeTrade intermediary (agent, representative, distributor); Joint venture
Project abstractServicios Integrales de Energía S.A. (SIE S.A.) is a Bolivia based company operating in renewable energy sector and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services. The company's offer include on-grid and off-grid systems (solar and wind energy), solar water heaters and energy consultancy. SIE S.A. is searching for Finnish suppliers of innovative renewable energy equipment as well as for Finnish partners for JV projects.
Project descriptionServicios Integrales de Energía S.A. (SIE S.A.) is a Bolivian company established in 2001 and based in Cochabamba currently employing 35 persons.
The company operates in renewable energy sector and engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services and they distribute e.g. foreign made on-grid and off-grid systems (solar and wind energy), solar water heaters and LED lights. The company also provides energy consultancy.
The customers so far have been end-users, companies and public organizations from Bolivia.
SIE S.A. is currently looking for a partners that wish to start sales of their innovative renewable energy equipment in Bolivia. The company is also interested in cooperation with Finnish partners in JV projects there. The possible markets include the market of rural electrification as well as public renewable energy projects. SIE S.A. is already actively involved into international business as a Bolivian wholeseller of different foreign renewable energy equipment and they have experience of participation in international projects.
Number of employees10-49
Annual turnover in €0,5 - 2 million
Annual balance sheet total0,5 - 2 million
Already engaged in international co-operationYes
Percentage of transnational activities10 to 49%