The Savoie photovoltaic power plant will be wired by Eiffage Energies Systèmes, which has just signed a partnership agreement with Total Quadran. Eiffage hopes that this first experience will lead the two companies to work on more projects in the future.
The first photovoltaic power plant in Savoie will be 5 MW
The photovoltaic power plant in Savoie, named Mery, will be the first of its kind in the department. The 5 MW of electrical power produced will cover the energy needs of approximately 1500 homes.
A first partnership between Total Quadran and Eiffage Énergie Systèmes
Specialized in renewable energies, the company Quadran was integrated into the Total group in 2019. The company, renamed Total Quadran, has chosen Eiffage Energie Systèmes to carry out the cabling and connection of the Méry photovoltaic power plant.
Pierre-Louis Charroin, Eiffage’s head of studies and projects, is delighted with this first partnership with Total Quadran:
“The Méry photovoltaic plant cabling and connection project could serve as a calling card for us to conclude new contracts of this type with [Total Quadran].
Eiffage will connect the electrical circuit between the photovoltaic modules, the inverters and the delivery station to the electrical grid. The company will also ensure the implementation of the various underground networks of the plant.
The trenches necessary for the routing of the latter as well as the substation platforms will be built by the local Eiffage agency. Finally, Eiffage will be responsible for installing weather sensors and video surveillance cameras on the site.