EDF Renewables has brought it’s 22MW six-turbine project online, located in the communes of Allemanche-Launay-et-Soyer and La Chapelle-Lasson in France’s Marne region.
The new project is part of the company’s Cap 2030 strategy to double the company’s renewables capacity from 2015 levels by 2030.
EDF Renewables executive vice-president France Nicolas Couderc said: “The Pays d’Anglure wind farm is an addition to our 1.9GW gross wind and solar installed capacity in France.
“EDF Renewables is a major player in the country’s energy transition, and we are proud to contribute to the ambitious objectives being currently defined by the Multi-annual Energy Programme.”
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The farm is equipped with six Nordex N131/3600 turbines.
The construction phase of the project generated approximately 50 jobs.