Albioma is an independent renewable energy producer committed to the energy transition thanks to biomass and photovoltaics.

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

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62%

of renewable energy in the energy mix

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Sainte-Rose solar power plant

  • Type: Solar power plant
  • Status: In service
  • Installed capacity: 3.278 MWp
  • Adress: Centre de traitement et de valorisation des déchets de l’Espérance, 97115 Sainte-Rose, Guadeloupe

In Guadeloupe, Albioma has accelerated the rollout of its solar power business, commissioning an innovative new power plant at the Sainte-Rose site in July 2019.

The Sainte-Rose solar power plant, sited on land owned by the Espérance waste processing and recovery centre, has an installed capacity of 3.278 MWp. It is designed to generate 4,530 MWh of electricity annually, equivalent to the consumption of 4,200 people, in so doing avoiding the release of 3,850 tonnes of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere.

4,530

MWh

of electricity generated (2019 forecast)

3.278

MWp

installed capacity

A pro-sustainable development project

The Sainte-Rose solar power plant was built as part of the TEPCV “positive-energy for green growth area” initiative, for which the Nord Basse-Terre urban authority was selected. The new facility – which is playing its part in Guadeloupe’s energy transition – is also equipped with lithium-ion batteries to overcome the intermittent nature of production. Energy stored over the course of the day is reinjected into the network during overnight consumption peaks, helping to keep the electricity network stable.