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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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Le Moule power plant

  • Type: Thermal biomass power plant
  • Installed since: 1998
  • Installed capacity: 102 MW
  • Workforce: 94

The Le Moule biomass-fuelled thermal power plant is Albioma's longest-established thermal plant in Guadeloupe, supplying 27% of the electricity available via the network and making use of locally-sourced and renewable resources.


The Le Moule cogeneration plant is one of Albioma’s long-established plants. It was commissioned in 1998 and has an installed capacity of 102 MW. As well as contributing to Guadeloupe’s energy independence, the plant’s activity – based partly on recovering bagasse – supports the local sugar cane industry.

Biomass and energy production

During sugar harvests, the Le Moule plant uses bagasse (a fibrous residue of sugar cane) to produce renewable electricity and low-pressure steam. Aiding the circular economy, part of the energy produced is supplied to the adjacent Gardel sugar refinery, which operates using nearly 1,000 hectares of sugar cane in Guadeloupe.

Working towards an all-biomass model

Since November 2020, unit 3 of the plant has operated exclusively on biomass.

We are currently working on the complete conversion of the power plant, considering the total abandonment of coal on the historic cogeneration units. This project also meets the objectives set by the energy transition law for green growth in this territory.

The central part contributes significantly to the evolution of the renewable energy mix (from 20.5% to 35%).