Neoen is the French leading and one of the world’s leading independent producers of renewable energy. We contribute to the effort to counter global warming and drive the energy transition by making it our business to produce sustainable electricity locally and on a large scale at ever-more competitive rates. Neoen is a responsible company with a long-term vision that translates into a strategy seeking strong, sustainable growth. We are aiming for more than 5 GW of capacity in operation and under construction by 2021.
Forecast full-year revenue
This represents Neoen’s energy sales in 2018, an increase of 63% on the company’s revenues in 2017. This entirely organic growth was due primarily to the consolidation over a full year of projects that came into service in 2017 and the commencement of operations of nearly 400MW of new projects.
In operation and under construction
This figure indicates total power already financed which is in operation or will be in operation in the near future. This amount of power is sufficient to supply cities such as Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse with green electricity.
Neoen is present in 11 countries, with plants already operating, under construction or with financing underway. We are the leading independent producer of renewable energy in France, Australia, El Salvador, Jamaica and Zambia. We have numerous projects in the pipeline and in the near future our operations will span 15 countries.
We are aiming for 5 GW of power in operation and under construction by 2021. We are nearly two-thirds of the way there, having 3 GW of capacity in operation, under construction and awarded. We have 7.4 GW worth of projects in the pipeline.
The very nature of our business and our long-term outlook are synonymous with responsibility. In concrete terms, we make serious commitments to our staff, partners and the communities in which we operate. We are conscious of the role we play in terms of local development and we therefore support several local charities and social projects.
Corbas, with its 16 MWp in total capacity, is France’s largest photovoltaic shade project. Its solar panels will help protect the new vehicles on the site from bad weather. Neighbors have contributed to financing for the project. They provided €1.2 million within 4 weeks in crowdfunding to the project, making it the largest and most rapid fundraising for a solar project in France under the terms proposed by the CRE (French Energy Regulatory Commission).