RWE has successfully secured contracts for two projects in France, encompassing an 11MW onshore wind venture and a 4MW solar initiative. The contracts were unveiled as part of the latest technology-neutral call for tenders by the French Commission for the Regulation of Energy (CRE), covering hydro, wind, and photovoltaic projects.
The solar project, situated in the Charente-Maritime department of France, spans four hectares of land. Meanwhile, the onshore wind project, featuring three turbines, is earmarked for development in the Loire-Atlantique department.
RWE's success in clinching these contracts solidifies its position as the third most awarded company in the realm of French onshore wind power tenders, having participated and secured victories in all recent calls for tenders.
Katja Wunschel, CEO of RWE Renewables Europe & Australia, expressed pride in the company's achievements, highlighting the ability to consistently present competitive projects that contribute to accelerating the development of renewable energies in France. Wunschel emphasized the seamless alignment of RWE's ambition with tangible results, underscoring the high quality of their projects and the dedication of the teams driving them forward.
This latest feat reinforces RWE's commitment to advancing the renewable energy landscape in France and reflects its ongoing success in securing key projects through competitive tender processes. The company's proactive stance aligns with the broader global shift towards sustainable energy solutions.