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Jul 23rd, 2013
Alstom and Soitec sign an agreement to create a French alliance for concentrating photovoltaic power plants
This agreement follows the call for tender issued by the French Energy Regulation Commission, last March 13th, in order to exploit solar power plants using whole or in-part concentrating photovoltaic technology, for a total power capacity of 100 MW.
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  • Alstom and Soitec, a world leader in generating and manufacturing semiconductor materials of extreme performance for the electronics and energy industries, have signed a cooperative agreement in order to provide concentrating photovoltaic power plants.

In order to propose a complete and competitive offer, Alstom and Soitec will combine their experience in delivering turnkey power plants and in providing integrated solutions and main equipment for power generation on one hand, and concentrating photovoltaic technology, on the other hand. Soitec’s high efficiency solar modules are well suited to the solar power production in the South of France.

Alstom and Soitec are seeking to create a sector of excellence, which will create jobs and be ready to meet the challenges of the French energy transition. These future power plants will also showcase and promote concentrating solar photovoltaic power plants internationally.



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