From site identification…
Our highly skilled “new project” teams use cutting edge tools created in house, plus state-of-the-art meteorological and mapping studies to identify potential sites with the best natural resources and suitable grid connections.
Followed by environmental and landscape studies...
We work with the best independent environmentalists to analyse the environmental and biodiversity implications in a defined area, to fine-tune our approach.
We pay particular attention to the landscape integration of our projects and systematically work with independent experts to carry out specific heritage and landscape studies.
While ensuring a transparent and fair local consultation process...
Our land experts and project managers meet with all the landowners concerned by the potential location of the future solar farm, as well as with local elected officials and residents. Through this consultation process, we guarantee local stakeholders their involvement in the development of the project, and total transparency in our relations.
Up to the Construction Phase…
The feasibility of a wind farm requires a thorough civil and electrical engineering analysis.
Our dedicated Engineering and Construction team has all the necessary skills to manage the whole construction phase of a project. We carry out all tenders for insurance contracts, technical controls, health and safety, as well as the supervision and coordination of subcontractors in the process of installation and connection of the solar panels to the grid.
These steps, lasting a few months, require seamless logistics and coordination. Our team is present throughout the construction period to ensure the monitoring of the work, the installation and the commissioning of the solar power plant.
And finally operations:
We ensure the follow-up of the solar farms from their commissioning to their dismantling or renewal. We coordinate the smooth running of operation and maintenance activities, as well as the verification of appropriate safety conditions, particularly with our subcontractors working on the site.
Aerial view of the site of the future floating solar power plant Les Îlots Blandin, currently under development in Haute-Marne. With a capacity of 65.5 MW, once operational, it will be the largest floating solar power plant in France.