Joined for two years under the banner Inera SA, the SEIC-Télédis and ALTIS groups, the Industrial Services of Fully and the Electricity, Energy and Sustainable Development Service (SED2) of the City of Monthey spread their wings and launched themselves on the French market by integrating two new partners: Gruyère Energie SA and Sacen SA. Each of them will acquire 16.66% of Inera’s share capital, the shares being equally distributed between the six companies.
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“This extension is very important for the development of our young company, in particular outside our historic area”, declared in a press release Philippe Délèze, chairman of the board of directors of Inera and director of the SEIC-Télédis Group. “All of Inera’s shareholders will benefit from concrete effects in order to support the 2050 Energy Strategy and face a likely total opening of the electricity market.”
Face the competition
“At six and on a French-speaking scale, we are already reaching a critical size allowing us to cope with large energy groups, but we remain open to the entry of new French-speaking partners”, adds Olivier Crettenand, project manager of Inera SA , based in Fully.
The formalization of the partnership will take place next September during an extraordinary general meeting of Inera SA, in Monthey.