SUEZ Zielona Energia has been founded by SUEZ Polska (50% of shares) and Marguerite Waste Polska (50% of shares). The objective of SUEZ Zielona Energia was to participate in the tender and today it is to implement the project of the Energy from Waste Plant in Poznań (ITPOK – Instalacja Termicznego Przekształcania Odpadów Komunalnych).
On 8 April 2013, the City of Poznań and SUEZ Zielona Energia (then SITA Zielona Energia) signed a Public-Private Partnership contract, under which the ITPOK was established. It is the first project of this type in Poland, in the waste management sector, that will be implemented based on the PPP formula.
SUEZ Polska is a subsidiary of SUEZ – the world leader in the field of environmental solutions. In Europe SUEZ runs 47 waste thermal processing plants, processing 7.3 million tonnes of municipal waste per annum. SUEZ (formerly SITA) has been present in the Polish market as a leader in waste management and maintaining of cleanliness since 1992. It employs nearly 2,600 persons.
Marguerite, established in 2010 with offices in Luxembourg and Paris, is an alternative investment fund manager licensed in Luxembourg. It is independently owned by its partners and manages three investment funds:
• Marguerite Fund, a EUR 710m infrastructure fund raised in 2010 and now fully invested across 20 investments
• Marguerite Pantheon SCSp, an investment vehicle owning stakes in renewables and transport assets in Europe
• Marguerite II SCSp, a EUR 745m infrastructure fund raised in 2017 with commitments from EIB, KfW, CDC, CDP, BGK, and ICO.