Boralex commissions two new wind farms in France

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Boralex has commissioned the Cham Longe repowering and Extension Seuil de Bapaume wind farms, generating a total output of 53,4 MW and located in the departments of Ardèche and Somme, France, respectively.

This takes the installed capacity of Boralex to 1,037.7 MW in France and its overall capacity to 2,246 MW worldwide.

“Our teams and suppliers stayed the course during the pandemic and completed these two major projects. This underscores both their commitment and adaptability. With these commissionings, Boralex is adding to its capacity and getting one step closer to its strategic goal of 2,800 MW by 2023.”

Patrick Decostre, president and CEO of Boralex.

“As of December 1, our operating assets totaling 1 GW in France are powering more than half a million homes with clean energy. In a year marked by the health crisis, we’re fulfilling our commitments to support the energy transition across territories.”

Nicolas Wolff, vice-president and general manager, Boralex Europe.

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