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More than a million people in France and French territories benefit from Total Quadran’s green energy solutions. A number set to rise with the increasing adoption of renewables by customers.
Using mainly wind and solar power, along with hydroelectricity and biomass, Total Quadran now has more than 300 sites producing 1793 GWh/year of energy, with a saving of close to 590,000 tons of CO2 emissions, compared with traditional methods of energy production.
The 100% renewable developer and producer has a firm foothold in mainland France, with 17 teams working across the country. It also operates in: New Caledonia, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Reunion and Guyana.
Total is proactively building a portfolio of electricity and renewables operations, with the aim of them accounting for up to 20% of its sales mix by 2040. One part of the Group’s ambition to become the responsible energy major.
A pioneer of renewable energies in France, Quadran was founded in 2013. Remi Bourgeois is Total’s VP operations for renewables, he says Total Quadran is a natural fit for the Group, “their way of working is flexible, agile and innovative, with all sorts of new energy and storage solutions being developed. They work throughout the value chain from innovative projects all the way to operation …
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