(AOF) – TotalEnergies is commissioning its largest photovoltaic solar power plant in France, with a capacity of 55 megawatts (MW). This power station, located north-east of Gien (Loiret), is made up of 126,000 photovoltaic panels installed on 75 hectares of land. This installation will produce around 64 GWh per year, the equivalent of the annual electricity consumption of 38,000 people, and will prevent the release into the atmosphere of more than 550,000 tonnes of CO2 over the life of the plant. .
In addition, TotalEnergies won in mid-November 51 megawatts (MW) of solar projects during the 10th call for tenders (CRE4) period of the Energy Regulatory Commission.
The 8 winning projects will be commissioned by the end of 2023 and then operated and maintained by TotalEnergies teams, whose locally established workforce is therefore set to grow.
During the last ten tender periods, TotalEnergies has won 707 MW of CRE solar projects, which places it in second position among all developers in France.
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