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

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Employees put their skills to the service of the Group every day

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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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Martinique

  • Energy: Biomass and solar
  • Installed since: 2007
  • Installed power capacity: 80 MW
  • Installed solar capacity: 14 MWp

Since 2007, Albioma's thermal biomass and photovoltaic businesses have been enhancing the energy independence of Martinique, which is not connected to mainland electrical networks.

Our activity helps to stabilise the electricity network

In Martinique, Albioma has built, commissioned and is now operating the Galion combustion turbine and the first all-biomass thermal power plant in Overseas France. Against the backdrop of the energy transition, this new facility, Galion 2, covers approximately 15% of the island’s power needs, while also enabling the share of intermittent energy sources such as solar power to be increased.

80

MW

Combined installed capacity

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Building a photovoltaic energy business

Alongside the Group’s thermal biomass activity, Albioma operates a fleet of 31 photovoltaic power plants in Martinique. All were built between 2008 and 2011, in areas free from conflicts of use, either on the ground (Lassale) or on the roof of residential properties (SIMAR) et or industrial buildings (Dillon distillery, a municipal waste treatment plant or the Galion sugar refinery). In 2018, these installations supplied 17.6 GWh of renewable electricity to the Martiniquan network, representing nearly one quarter of all photovoltaic power generated on the island. As well as contributing to the regional energy transition, this output is set to increase by around 500 kWp in 2019, as new projects come onstream.

14

MW

Combined installed capacity

17.6

GWh

Combined annual production

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