Renova, one of Spain’s most successful companies, is set to announce plans for a permanent residence in Portugal.
The company said on Tuesday it will begin construction on a new campus in Lisbon next year, but it will not disclose how many employees the new facility will employ.
Renova’s Lisbon headquarters will be the world’s largest Renova Residence and will be located in the heart of the Portuguese capital.
Renovo is a major player in the energy sector and is owned by energy conglomerate Total, which owns the Spanish arm of ENI.
Reno is also the world leader in the construction and installation of solar power plants, but the project in Portugal is Renova’s first permanent facility in Europe.