Neoen wins solar and wind project in France


Neoen has been awarded 14 MW of combined capacity projects in the invitation to bid for ground-based photovoltaic plants and in the sixth call for tenders for onshore wind power capacity, both recently held by the French Government.

In accordance with its develop-to-own model, this ability is distributed through two projects wholly owned by Neoen.

The two active projects are located in the Aude and Yonne departments of France, in line with Neoen’s plan to build projects all over France. They are due to go into service at the beginning of 2023.

“« I am proud of what we are doing here at Neoen. Our repeated success is a sign that our projects are well-orchestrated and our technology well-received. We always work hand in hand with local authorities and local partners, because to us, local anchorage is a vital element of sustainable growth. We will continue to proceed in this manner despite the pandemic. Our growth has not slowed in 2020 and we aim to carry on winning governmental tenders.”

Xavier Barbaro, chairman and CEO of Neoen.
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