About us

Neoen is the leading French independent producer of renewable energy and one of the most dynamic players on the world stage.
The geographical and technological diversity of our assets and project portfolio underpins our development and performance.

Neoen is the leading French independent producer of renewable energy and one of the most dynamic players on the world stage.
The geographical and technological diversity of our assets and project portfolio underpins our development and performance.

Key figures

Our “develop to own” business model is unique. We own 89% of our plants, and operate them in our own name in the long term. As a multi-local leader, we operate in 14 countries on 4 continents.
We have a track record of landmark projects: France’s largest solar power plant in Cestas (300 MWp), the largest lithium-ion battery in the world in Hornsdale (Australia, 100 MW / 129 MWh) and one of the world’s most competitive solar power plant at El Llano (Mexico, 375 MWp).

  • 253 M

    Full-year revenue
    in 2019

    Neoen’s energy sales in 2019 were up by 63% compared to 2018. This growth is entirely organic.

  • 3 GW

    In operation and under construction

    Total capacity in operation or under construction on December, 31st 2019.

  • 14 countries

    International
    player

    We are the first French independent power producer of renewable energies, leader in Australia, El Salvador, Jamaica, Mozambique and Zambia.

  • 5 GW

    Target
    for 2021

    We are aiming for 5 GW in operation and under construction by 2021.

What we believe

Our company values form the basis of all our relations with business partners, customers and end- users. Our 200-strong workforce embraces more than 30 different nationalities and the values we share underpin our corporate identity and are borne out in the way we conduct our day-to-day business.

  • Audacity

    We believe we can become a world leader in renewable energy. We have the audacity to operate globally, imagining, designing and implementing competitive, effective energy solutions.

  • Integrity

    We operate with integrity, whatever we do, whenever and wherever we do it. We work with partners who abide by the same rules. Our ethical approach is an asset in our worldwide operations.

  • Commitment

    We uphold all our commitments, internal and external. We believe in hard work and take pleasure in seeing a good job well done.

  • Esprit de corps

    We are loyal to each other and form a close-knit team. We are proud of our company, our goals and our accomplishments.

Our story

Founded in 2008, Neon emerged as one of the key players in renewable energy on the world stage within 10 years. In 2020, Neoen operates in 14 countries on 4 continents.

Foundation

2008

First solar power plant in France

2009

Opened solar power plants in Coruche,
Seixal and Cabrela in Portugal

2014

Opened Cestas, the largest-capacity solar park in Europe, with 300 MWp in France

2015

Opened DeGrussa, the world’s biggest off-grid solar power plant with storage, for 11 MWp in Australia

2016

Opened Providencia Solar, 101 MWp in El Salvador,
the biggest solar power plant in Central America

2016

Construction work commenced on the Bangweulu project,
a 54 MWp solar plant in Zambia

2016

Neoen tops a 1GW of power in operation or under construction

2017

Neoen’s Altiplano solar project in Argentina won the RenovAr 2 tender,
101 MWp

2017

Opened Hornsdale Power Reserve, the world’s biggest storage plant, with 100 MW/129 MWh in Australia

2017

Neoen was awarded a 375 MWp solar power project in Mexico

2017

Launch of the construction of Paradise Park – 51 MWp –
the largest solar farm in Jamaica

2018

Successful IPO

2018

Neoen’s 2018 revenue surged 63% to € 228 M

2019

Neoen completes funding of the El Llano project, a 375 MWp solar power plant in the Mexican state of Aguascalientes

2019

Signature of a PPA with Google in Finland

2019

Extension of Hornsdale Power Reserve, with now a total capacity of 150 MW / 193.5 MWh

2019

Governance

Neoen is governed by a Board of Directors with seven members, three of whom are independent, three are women, plus a censor. Neoen has a Nominations and Remuneration Committee and an Audit Committee, both of which have three members, of whom two on each committee are independent.
Neoen’s governance framework complies with the relevant AFEP-MEDEF recommendations. Neoen’s Board of Directors is refreshed by rotation, and so only a portion of the Board of Directors’ members stand for re-election each year. The Ordinary General Meeting has set the length of directors’ term in office at 4 years.

Board of directors

Where we operate