The story of Nvalue is our story
The roots of our journey are in 2005, when the Kyoto protocol enters into force.
Nvalue integrates naturally in this historical context, identifying new business opportunities well in advance of the market evolution.
The consumption of renewable energy becoming the 21st in the world.
The consumption of renewable energy by the corporates, participating in the RE100 initiative, surpasses 228 TWh, thus RE100 becoming the 21st largest consumer of energy in the world.
Fabio Mancin CEO
Fabio Mancin joins Nvalue as new CEO. The company has now 25 employees.
The Mühleberg power plant shutdown.
The historic shutdown of the Mühleberg power plant kicks off a new phase in Switzerland's progressive renunciation of nuclear energy.
Nvalue BV is established in Amsterdam, The Netherlands
10 years of Nvalue
Nvalue celebrates 10 years of activity and starts being active in the French energy efficiency market (“Certificats d’Economie d’Energie – CdEE).
In December, the new renewable energy directive 2018/2001/EU enters into force.
Greek and UK market
An intensive year for Nvalue that includes starting trading electricity on the Greek market, entering the UK energy certificates market and developing the biogas certificates segment.
The Power Past Coal alliance.
A new alliance at the United Nations climate conference (Cop 23), with the aim of promoting the de-carbonization of the energy sector globally.
Entering the Elcert Certificates trading market.
Nvalue in EPEX SPOT and EEX
Nvalue becomes member of EPEX SPOT (European Power Exchange) and EEX (European Energy Exchange).
The Paris Agreement.
A new global agreement on climate change is reached.
France and Italy markets
Acquisition of balance group responsibility in France and start of operations in the energy efficiency market in Italy (“Titoli di Efficienza Energetica”).
Nvalue becomes GME operator.
Nvalue becomes operator on the energy market in Italy (GME) and assumes balance group responsibility in Switzerland.
EU 2020 climate and energy package enters into force.
Certificati Verdi in Italy / TERNA
Start of the activities with the Certificati Verdi in Italy, and subscription to TERNA (Trasmissione Elettrica Rete Nazionale).
Nvalue becomes Nvalue AG
Also joins EFET (European Federation of Energy Traders).
Fukushima nuclear power plant accident
The disastrous event opens the debate over the world energy production, and further paves the way for greater use of renewable sources.
Nvalue Energia is established in Varna, Bulgaria.
It is a spin-off of Nvalue GmbH with focus on East Europe.
Directive 2009/28/EC enters into force.
Establishing a harmonized policy within the European Union for the production and promotion of energy from renewable sources: at least 20% of the EU total energy needs must be fulfilled with renewables by 2020.
Alessandro Faccoli founds Nvalue GmbH in Switzerland.
The company immediately becomes member of the RECs International and of the ECS Schweiz Verein Energy Certificate System.
The World Bank issues the first “Green Bond”
The Kyoto protocol
Ratified by more than 180 countries in 1997, enters into force