Global Power Generation

We are a company engaged in the electricity generation business. At GDP, we develop and manage power generation assets with a global focus and using technologies in which our experience guarantees success. We offer our expertise to our clients by providing engineering and operation and maintenance services for their facilities. Our main competitive edge is the fact that we share the same vision as the facility owner.

Our figures

ico_check_naranjaWe own a generation capacity of over 3,100 MW and manage close to 4,000 MW in seven countries

ico_check_naranjaBe belong to a leading energy group with 170 years of history and extensive international operations

ico_check_naranjaSpecialists in the entire life-cycle of a facility, from conception to decommissioning

ico_check_naranjaWe treat our clients’ projects and facilities as if they were our own

ico_check_naranjaA young company benefitting from 100 years of experience

ico_check_naranjaWe share the policies and rules of the Gas Natural Fenosa Group

Gas Natural Fenosa Group and KIA

Global Power Generation (GPG) was set up by Gas Natural Fenosa and KIA (through its subsidiary Wren House Infrastructure) as a vehicle to channel its international electricity generation activity – one of the main growth vectors identified by the group.

Gas Natural Fenosa 75%
KIA 25%

The fact we belong to Gas Natural Fenosa, a pioneering multinational group in gas and electricity integration operating in more than 30 countries and with over 23 million customers, gives us the strength and confidence of a large energy group and the benefits to be gained from its experience, position and high performance standards.

In turn, the Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA), a sound investment partner that owns 25% of GPG, is the oldest sovereign fund in the world and stems from the Kuwait Investment Board, set up in 1953. It is responsible for the management and administration of Kuwait’s General Reserve Fund (GRF) and the Future Generation Fund (FGF), as well as other State funds in Kuwait.

Wren House Infrastructure was set up in 2013 to globally manage all infrastructure investments by KIA. The sovereign fund is focused on the long-term creation of a sustainable infrastructure platform and forms part of various projects as an investment partner.

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What we do

We develop and manage power generation assets with a global focus.

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How we work

We apply our expertise with commitment and responsibility.

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Our team

Over 800 professionals and experts.

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History

We have over 100 years of experience in electricity generation.

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