Albioma is an independent renewable energy producer committed to the energy transition.

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Our thermal, solar and geothermal power plants respectively generate renewable electricity by burning biomass and converting solar energy in a photovoltaic process.

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Our renewable energies


Biomass enables the development of renewable energy in regions not connected to mainland power grids. In particular, Albioma has established a unique partnership with the sugar industry, based on recovering bagasse, a fibrous residue of sugar cane.

Solar energy

Since 2006, Albioma has been the leading producer of solar energy in Overseas France, which benefits from ideal annual sunshine conditions. The Group is also accelerating its rollout of this business in metropolitan France, boosted by the acquisition of Eneco France in late 2018.

Geothermal energy

Geothermal power plants extract heat from below the earth's surface and convert it to electricity. This locally-produced, economically competitive energy source is available on a 24/7 basis.

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Our locations

Albioma has many power plants around the world. Discover them.

Reunion Island




French Guiana

Metropolitan France






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A more meaningful career with Albioma

Join Albioma for a more meaningful career, helping to develop renewable energy via our biomass and photovoltaic businesses. You will be working in a human-scale company with short decision-making chains that facilitate the emergence of innovative ideas and projects on an international scale. Join our team as we tackle the challenges of the energy transition!

Working with Albioma

« Emmanuel Borel : My team and I are tasked with providing advanced technical expertise to personnel at our plants »

CSR is a core aspect of the Albioma Group's development strategy

It is expressed through strong commitments set out in a five-year roadmap that defines our environmental, industrial relations and social ambitions. This roadmap is structured around eight key commitments.