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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  • Energy: Biomass and solar
  • Installed since: 1998
  • Installed power capacity: 93,5 MW
  • Installed solar capacity: 950 KWp

Since 1998, Albioma has contributed to the energy autonomy of Guadeloupe, a territory not connected to mainland networks, by producing electricity from local biomass and photovoltaic energy.

A historic market

In Guadeloupe, Albioma operates the Le Moule thermal biomass power plant, which supplies 31% of the electricity available on the grid. In addition to bagasse, the Group is seeking to mobilise new forms of local biomass and without conflict of use outside the sugar campaigns. By 2023, the plant should thereby operate without coal to produce renewable energy throughout the year!



installed capacity



of electricity generated in 2018

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Development of solar power

Since 2008, Albioma has been developing its solar activity in Guadeloupe. The Group currently operates four photovoltaic plants in Jarry, Sainte-Rose and Basse-Terre, all of which are located in areas with no conflict of use. For example, the Silo Jarry plant, commissioned in 2009, is installed on a roof with a steep slope and has an installed capacity of 385 KW. In 2019, new photovoltaic projects will also increase Albioma’s green energy production capacity in Guadeloupe.



Combined installed capacity



Combined annual output in 2018

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