Boralex - Vice President and General Manager for Boralex Europe, Nicolas Wolff.
Vice President and General Manager for Boralex Europe, Nicolas Wolff.
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  • Boralex (BLX) will build three wind projects totalling 61.9 MW for France’s Ministry for Ecological Transition
  • The company will receive a 20-year feed-in premium agreement from the date of commissioning
  • It currently has 2.6 GW of wind and solar projects in the country, where it serves as the largest independent producer of onshore wind power
  • Boralex provides affordable renewable energy with 2.5 GW worth of projects across Canada, France, the U.K. and the U.S.
  • Boralex (BLX) is up by 3.42 per cent trading at $36.93 per share

Boralex (BLX) will build three wind projects for France’s Ministry for Ecological Transition.

The company will receive a 20-year feed-in premium agreement for the projects, which total 61.9 MW.

It has already secured 322 MW of new projects under tenders conducted by the Ministry.

It has 1.5 GW of French wind and solar power projects under development and 1.1 GW in operation. It is currently the country’s largest independent producer of onshore wind power.

“A few days after the announcement of our partnership with Energy Infrastructure Partners, this is another success for which I would like to warmly congratulate our teams,” stated Nicolas Wolff, Vice President and General Manager for Boralex Europe.

Boralex provides affordable renewable energy with 2.5 GW worth of projects across Canada, France, the U.K. and the U.S.

Boralex (BLX) is up by 3.42 per cent trading at $36.93 per share as of 2:11 pm EST.

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