T-Solar Group Closes Agreement With Global Ecopower to Develop 120MWp in France Within Three Years
terms of installed capacity – has just sealed an agreement with French Global
Ecopower to jointly develop 120 MWp in
The promotion, construction and operation of these photovoltaic plants
will be through a joint venture, called T-SEP and formed on a 50-50 basis by
Global EcoPower and T-Solar.
The joint venture will benefit from the established regulatory framework
French Government officially published on
feed-in-tariffs for ground (31.4cEUR/Kwh plus indexation) as well as roof top
installations (between 42cEUR and 50cEUR/Kwh plus indexation), with an
obligation to buy the production for 20 long years.
The two companies therefore see this strategic alliance as benefiting and
expediting their respective plans for growth. By virtue of the agreement, the
power plants promoted by this joint venture will be insured by the German
T-Solar Group is a leader in the south of
energy generation – in terms of installed capacity. The company has invested
links in the photovoltaic sector’s value chain: manufacturing the largest
modules on the market (5.7 m2) with cutting-edge thin-film hydrogenated
silicon technology at its plant in Orense (Galicia) and has 28 photovoltaic
power plants currently operating in
MWp, having produced, in 2009, a total of 218 GWH (enough power to meet the
annual demand of a population of 200,000 inhabitants). Additionally, they
currently have 14 power plants in the development stage in
totaling an installed power of 25 MWp. T-Solar has generated to date 224 jobs.
Global EcoPower has resolved to concentrate its activities on the
development, construction and operation of solar projects in
is currently developing 36 projects representing a potential installed
capacity of 270 MWp, mainly in the South of
to keep 50% of the plants for its own account and to sell the remaining 50%
to third parties.