Ongoing projects for our partner engie green
INAUGURATION OF LA PLAINE DE L’ÉTANTOT WIND FARM,
MARCH 8, 2022,
SEPALE is delighted to have taken part in the opening of La Plaine de l’Etantot wind farm in Seine Maritime, composed of 6 Nordex N117 turbines with a total output of 21.6MW.
SEPALE started developing this project in 2015 (in partnership with SEIDER), leading to administrative authorizations being obtained in 2018.
SEPALE then prepared the site and managed the construction of the wind farm between 2019 and 2021 under a project management assistance contract.
What Engie Green says:
START OF CONSTRUCTION WORK OF THE SAINTE-LIZAIGNE WIND FARM
FEBRUARY 14, 2022,
The 21.9 MW, 7-turbine wind farm in the Indre region of France got started on February 14.
SEPALE, having carried out the whole development of the project on its own, is now starting to provide project management assistance for the construction of the park, with the implementation of the earthworks.
Roads, runways and platforms will be built between February and May 2022.
The provisional schedule includes the foundations to be poured in the spring and the wind turbines erected at the end of the year.
Commissioning will take place in the 1st quarter of 2023.
A new challenge for SEPALE!
Coup d’envoi le 14 février pour ce chantier dans l’Indre, composé de 7 éoliennes pour une puissance de 21,9 MW.
WORK CONTINUES ON THE TRÈVERAY-SAINT JOIRE WIND FARM
Another project nearing completion, for which SEPALE has taken on the development (in partnership with Billas Avenir Energie) and project management mandates: The Trèveray-Saint Joire wind farm.
Located in the communes of Tréveray and Saint-Joire in the Meuse department, it comprises 13 Vestas V-100 wind turbines with a total output of 28.6 MW.
Construction started in August 2020 and will be finished in the second quarter of 2022.
6 wind turbines have already been commissioned since August 2021, and the remaining 7 have been under construction since January 2022.
These events are further milestones in the long and fruitful collaboration with our partner Langa (since integrated into Engie Green), which has already seen the commissioning of four other wind farms in previous years: El SIngla, Bonnet-Houdelaincourt, Sioulet-Chavanon, 3 Communes.
They also show SEPALE’s ability to manage all the stages of a wind power project, from identification to obtaining administrative authorizations (with or without a local partner), from managing the construction of the power plants through to acceptance and beyond, since SEPALE also operates nearly 300 MW of wind power (75 wind turbines in France).
Finally, it is worth noting that these projects have not been subject to any legal recourse, and have been carried out in close collaboration with local elected representatives and, more generally, all stakeholders in the areas where they are located!
Christophe Bret, President