Q ENERGY to build 320 MW of clean energy in France between 2023 and 2024


Q ENERGY, a leading player in renewable energy, has revealed it aims to build up to 320 MW of clean and green energy in France in the next two years.

The company currently has an active pipeline of around 15 GW in Europe and, with an extensive portfolio of ready-to-build projects, intends to accelerate the construction and deployment of wind and PV projects across France.

It aims to do so with the active support of local elected officials and ‘citizens of communities that the company places at the heart of its approach’.

In the first quarter of 2023, Q ENERGY has already started building six new projects for a total of 120 MW in France. These projects will provide clean electricity for nearly 120,000 people, or the equivalent of a city like Metz and will help maximise French renewable electricity production over the long-term.

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