Enerdeal is pleased to announce the signature of a frame contract
Enerdeal signs a major contract with Trafic (retail group) for solar rooftops and EV charging stations
Enerdeal is pleased to announce the signature of a frame contract with the Belgian retail group TRAFIC (discounter) for the installation, operation and financing of solar power plants on the roofs of TRAFIC shops, combined with the installation of electric vehicle charging stations.
The contract reflects the strategy of TRAFIC to extensively deploy and promote a positive environmental impact throughout its real estate portfolio, while simultaneously being at the forefront of the electric vehicle revolution booming up.
Combing solar production, self-consumption of each shop and real-time solar charging for the electric vehicle makes indeed most sense as well financially, technically as for the environment.
The first installations have just been finalized on the shops of Froyennes and Couvin; a larger roll-out is under development for the other shops across the country during the coming months.
Grégoire de Pierpont, CEO Enerdeal: “We are very proud to have been selected by Trafic for this strategic and ambitious project, quite unique in the country. Our value proposition “Smart Energy Today” providing our clients with an all-in solution meets a growing demand on the market. Combining solar and EV charging stations becomes now a must, which progressively includes also storage systems for some of our industrial clients. The energy revolution is definitely on the way!”
Brussels & Luxembourg, March 30, 2018 Pursuant to intensive competitive
Brussels & Luxembourg, March 30, 2018
Pursuant to intensive competitive bidding process and challenging technological constraints, Enerdeal is very proud to have commissioned on March 30, 2018 the largest full offgrid solar power plant of Africa without hybridization to any thermal generator.
The offgrid power plan is part of a larger project developed and managed by Congo Energy, part of Group Forrest International, headquartered in Wavre, Belgium. The ultimate client is SNEL (Societe Nationale d’ Electricite). It is located in the city of Manono, province of Tanganyika in Democratic Republic of Congo. With 3MWh of battery storage and no other source of supply than solar only, the project has now brought back light and energy to this city of 20,000 inhabitants.
Grégoire de Pierpont, CEO of Enerdeal: “This project was an incredible engineering challenge, given remote location, harsh climatic conditions, no reference in the world of such system and extremely complex logistical constraints. The success is the outcome of a really great partnership collaboration and mutual trust with our client Group Forrest International. Definitely the source of many more promising opportunities in the region!”
Enerdeal invited to showcase African solar expertise at International Energy Agency conference in Amsterdam
Enerdeal is very honored to have been invited at the international EU PVSEC
Enerdeal is very honored to have been invited at the international EU PVSEC convention hold in Amsterdam on September 25, 2017, gathering solar experts from all over the world for exchange of best practices and innovation in photovoltaic business.
We were requested to present our latest project fully offgrid solar project (1 MWp + battery storage) in partnership with Group Forrest International, client and co-contractor, erected in an extremely remote area of Democratic Republic of Congo. A quite unique experience in rural electrification as the largest project of its kind in Africa. Great to share this experience with top level R&D teams from all continents!
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