EPCist Equans, a subsidiary of Bouygues Energies & Services, has signed a memorandum of understanding with UK solar developer Low Carbon. Under its new Equans Solar & Storage brand, Equans will offer a tailor-made Low Carbon offering for the development, construction and operation of its large-scale solar PV and battery storage (BESS) projects in the UK, Europe and North America.

“Our goal is to support our customers in different countries with a standardized and efficient approach while integrating local specifics. With Low Carbon, it all started in the UK with an innovative and tailor-made approach that we are happy to replicate in Europe and North America today,” said Elisabeth Benedetto, Business Unit Director Energies and Equans Solar & Storage. mark. To date, Equans has installed and commissioned 5.5 GW of solar power, including 1.5 GW in France, and has 2 GW of PV plants currently in operation and maintenance. In the area of ​​storage, the various entities of the Bouygues group have installed, connected and/or commissioned around 550 MWh of storage batteries (BESS) worldwide.

Low Carbon currently has 8 GW of renewable energy (solar and wind) under development worldwide. “Our ambition is to build 20 GW of new capacity by 2030, enabling this type of long-term contract with privileged partners,” pointed out Justin Thesiger, CEO of Low Carbon Supply Chain.

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