In the dynamic landscape of large renewables EPC companies in France, Voltalia SA, GenSun SAS, and Skyray SAS have emerged as prominent players. These three industry leaders are at the forefront of renewable energy solutions, each contributing significantly to the country’s sustainable energy portfolio.
1) Voltalia: Parisian firm for wind, solar, hydropower and biomass
Voltalia SA, based in Paris, leads the charge in the large renewables EPC sector in France. It is an electricity producer specialising in wind, solar, hydropower and biomass, but also provides engineering, procurement and construction services. Founded in 2005, Voltalia already has an installed capacity of 1.6 GW with a further 14.2 GW pipeline of projects. It is present in 20 countries on three continents. With a strong presence both nationally and internationally, Voltalia boasts an impressive EPC portfolio capacity of over 2.6 gigawatts.
2) GenSun: Solar EPC company from Montpellier
GenSun SAS, located in Montpellier, is a distinguished name in the French large renewables EPC sphere. Specializing in solar energy, they have established a notable portfolio capacity of 1.12 GWp. The company offers tailored solutions for corporations, communities, developers, and investors. Their expertise lies in the engineering, construction, and oversight of medium to large-scale photovoltaic power plants, ranging from 100kWp to over 100MWp. GenSun has earned its reputation as a reliable partner for innovative solar installations that drive sustainability.
3) Skyray: Lyon-based renewables EPC firm
Situated in Lyon, Skyray SAS has become a key player in large renewables EPC in France. Their focus lies on solar energy solutions. Besides solar PV projects, this includes solar storage. Skyray assembles solar PV experts and an experienced management team. Moreover, they have seamless access to Everoze specialists and a vast network. Overall, Skyray SAS has cemented its position as a trusted provider of high-quality solar projects, contributing to the nation’s clean energy transformation.
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