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Voltalia, a world participant in renewable energies, has introduced the signature with Renault Group of the most important renewable electrical energy provide contract (Company PPA1) ever signed in France.
The contract covers a complete capability of 350 MW of solar energy provide, representing the manufacturing of roughly 500 gigawatt hours per yr. With a period of 15 years, that is an unprecedented dedication in France when it comes to energy.
Dedicated to the power transition for greater than 10 years, Renault Group has introduced its intention to speed up the decarbonisation of its crops in France. The settlement with Voltalia will allow Renault Group to cowl as much as 50% of the electrical energy consumption of the producer’s manufacturing actions in France in 2027, together with the electrical energy consumption of Cléon, in addition to all of the sustainable electrical energy wants of the ElectriCity hub, Europe’s largest and best electrical car manufacturing centre, whose ambition is to provide 500,000 automobiles per yr by 2025. With its Renaulution strategic plan, Renault Group confirms its dedication to reaching web zero carbon emissions from its ElectriCity hub crops in France by 2025, in Europe by 2030 and worldwide by 2050.
Voltalia will set up 100 megawatts of photovoltaic panels at its websites in France beginning in 2025. The capability made obtainable to Renault by Voltalia will improve steadily over the next years, reaching a complete of 350 megawatts by 2027.
“Voltalia is proud to be a privileged companion on this new section of Renault Group’s Local weather Plan and to actively contribute to its objective of web zero carbon for the crops of the ElectriCity hub. Voltalia’s each day mission is to supply renewable, low-carbon and aggressive electrical energy to scale back CO2 emissions. We’re delighted with this main partnership and it illustrates our capability to be a key participant in inexperienced electrical energy options in France,” stated Sébastien Clerc, CEO of Voltalia.