Albioma has announced today that it won an aggregate capacity of 2.9 MWp in the government’s call for tenders (CRE4) for “solar power plants on buildings with a capacity between 100 kWp and 8 MWp” in March 2020.
This capacity is spread over four projects, located in the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes and Provence-Alpes-Côte-d’Azur regions, where Albioma has been operating since December 2018, following the acquisition of Eneco France.
Construction of these projects will begin in 2020 with commissioning scheduled for 2021.
Next on the agenda: release of first-half 2020 results, on 27 July 2020 (post trading).
|Independent renewable energy producer, Albioma is committed to the energy transition thanks to biomass and photovoltaics.
The Group operates in the French overseas departments, mainland France, Mauritius and Brazil. For 25 years it has been developing a unique partnership with the sugar industry, producing renewable energy from bagasse, a fibrous residue of sugar cane.
Albioma is also the leading generator of photovoltaic power overseas, where it constructs and operates innovative projects with integrated storage capabilities. Albioma has recently strengthened its position in solar power in metropolitan France.
|Albioma shares are listed on NYSE EURONEXT PARIS (compartment B) and eligible for the PEA equity savings plans and for deferred settlement service (SRD) (ISIN FR0000060402 – ticker symbol ABIO).
The Group is also included in the Gaïa Index, the benchmark for socially-responsible mid-caps.