Integrated value chain
GPG has integrated the entire value chain in the development of generation business, by incorporating expertise on project development, generation engineering and the operation and management of power generation assets in a single company, while leveraging the support of the different areas of the Naturgy Group.
Having know-how and experience in developing projects in all electricity production technology allows GPG to be one of the most expert developers in the industry.
Efficiency and reliability
Global knowledge management
Focus on the business plan
Safety: the absolute priority
High level of internationalisation
We belong to a leading energy group with more than 175 years of history and extensive international operations. We share the policies and rules of the Naturgy group.
Specialists in every stage of the facility life cycle and with a long-term outlook that enables us to get involved throughout the process, from conception to the end of its useful life.
We are committed to society, to looking after the environment and to the well-being and development of all the communities in which we do business.
Global Power Generation (GPG) was set up in 2014 by Naturgy Energy Group and the Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA) through its subsidiary, Wren House Infrastructure.
An innovative and sustainable multi-national energy group engaged in the generation, distribution and marketing of energy and energy services. Naturgy operates in over 20 countries and has approximately 16 million customers. The team is made up by 7,231 people, with more than half of them working outside Spain. It also has an installed capacity of 15.9 GW, an EBITDA of 3.53 billion euros and assets worth 39.55 billion euros.
Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA)
Asound 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 KIA infrastructure investments. 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.