After the Terragen plant, Saint-Aubin was the second thermal power plant to be built in Mauritius, consolidating Albioma's status as an electricity producer in this territory.
The Saint-Aubin power plant in southern Mauritius has been operating since 2005. It has an installed capacity of 35 MW and belongs to a company jointly owned by Omnicane, Albioma and the Sugar Investment Trust, an investment cooperative managed by Mauritian sugar industry workers. In 2018, the Saint-Aubin power plant supplied 226 GWh of electricity to the Mauritian network.
of installed power capacity
of electricity generated in 2018
Significantly reduced water consumption
At the Saint-Aubin plant, water consumption was decreased by 8% between 2015 and 2016, following the installation of a dry ash removal system, which eliminated the need to use water for the purpose.