Four Caisses d'Epargne finance eight solar projects
A consortium of four Caisses d’Epargne – Normandie, Hauts de France, Loire Centre, and Aquitaine Poitou-Charentes with its subsidiary Hélia Conseil – has won the invitation to submit financing offers launched by JPee.
The association of these four Caisses d'Epargne enabled them to submit an offer tailored to the needs of JPee, an independent producer of renewable energies based in Caen (Normandy), for the completion of its forthcoming projects. After financing the solar power plant currently being installed in Thenon in the Dordogne and providing funding for the first tranche of the photovoltaic power plant at the Labarde site in Bordeaux, the financing will concern six other projects scheduled to follow these initiatives for a total budget of approximately €92 million.
JPee, a company highly respected in its sector in France, has been building and operating wind farms and photovoltaic power plants since 2004. The company operates 267 MW of wind and solar facilities, producing the equivalent of the electricity consumed by 150,000 homes, making it one of France's leading independent producers of renewable energy.
Photo @JPee: the site of the future solar power plant next to Bordeaux