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Present throughout the lifecycle of products, Naval Energies controls the whole value chain, from design phases through production, installation and connection to maintenance, in keeping with the marine environment. Its expertise is particularly based on the historic know-how of NAVAL Group, its main shareholder, specialist in the production of complex systems intended for the marine and coastal environment.
Naval Energies development is nowadays structured around three marine renewable energies technologies:
- Floating offshore wind turbines,
- Ocean thermal energy conversion.
100% renewable energy
Wholly owned subsidiary ot the ENGIE Group.
— ENGIE Green was formed in 2016 by the merger between Futures Energies and MAIA Eolis. In 2017, the company merged with La Compagnie du Vent and incorporated Solairedirect‘s development, operations and maintenance activities in France.
— No.1 player in onshore wind and solar power for the Group in France
— Brings together comprehensive skills for developing, designing, building, operating and maintaining wind and photovoltaic facilities
— Highly involved in renewable marine energy.
Eolfi has been working on renewable energy projects both on and offshore.
Today Eolfi has become a French pioneer company in the world for floating wind power
The wpd group is an European leader in the production of renewable electricity with 4.4 GW of onshore and offshore wind farms and photovoltaic plants installed. wpd is one of the pioneers in the development of offshore wind energy in Europe with the construction and operation of several offshore wind farms as well as more than 8 GW of additional projects in Europe and Asia in fixed and floating offshore wind farms.
In France, EDF Energies Nouvelles is a leading player in the development of onshore and offshore wind capacity, marine energy and solar (power plant and distributed rooftop) energy.
EDF Energies Nouvelles has developed or acquired more than 80 wind farms and more than 20 large solar power plants. More recently, the company acquired a position in renewable marine energy (bottom-fixed and floating offshore wind, tidal current).
Combining onshore and offshore wind, hydro and innovative technologies such as concentrated solar power, GE Renewable Energy has installed more than 370 gigawatts capacity globally to make the world work better and cleaner. Our tailored solutions range from single component to full turnkey power plants. Taking advantage of our long-standing EPC experience, we can offer outstanding project management capabilities.
RTE is the French high and extra high voltage electricity transmission system operator. Our role: providing all our customers with economical, reliable and clean access to electricity. Recognised in Europe for its innovative strength and its R&D resources, RTE plays a crucial role as partner and connecting marine renewable energies.
Quadran Energies Marines is a company located in Port-La Nouvelle (11), in the Occitanie region, dedicated to the development of projects in the field of Marine Renewable Energy. With its status as an integrated company, Quadran Énergies Marines benefits from a range of expertise that allows it to fully master projects, both during development and operation. Quadran Énergies Marines is now a pioneer in offshore project development. Winner of the call for projects “EOLFLO” launched by ADEME in 2015 for his qualities as Owner of the EolMed project, which consists in the installation of four floating wind turbines off the coast of Gruissan (11), Quadran Énergies Marines is also the operator of Floatgen, the first offshore wind turbine installed in France, which is the demonstrator of the floating wind turbine that will be used as part of the EolMed project. Marine Renewable Energy is a new sector whose economic environment is to be created and whose value chain must be established within the territories. Beyond adopting a global policy that makes technological progress and progress in the energy sector, a response to current environmental challenges, Quadran Énergies Marines makes it a priority to take each territory into account through project development. innovators and creators of wealth. Each project is unique and each territory is unique. The implementation of this new sector must be carried out for the benefit of the latter. The consultation process is fundamental if we want to co-construct the region’s energy future. But coconstructing is also choosing local skills. This is why Quadran Énergies Marines pays particular attention to local industrial partners for projects more adapted to the real needs of the project beneficiaries. The company aims to become one of the first independent producers of electricity from Renewable Marine Energies.
Damen Shipyards Group operates 33 shipbuilding and repair yards. Damen has delivered more than 6,000 vessels in more than 100 countries. Based on its unique, standardised ship-design concept Damen is able to guarantee consistent quality. Dating back to 1963, Damen Shiprepair Brest focuses on the ship repair and conversion of seagoing and offshore vessels. The yard has three drydocks. The largest, drydock no. 3, measures 420 x 80 m.
Saipem is one of the world leaders in the engineering, procurement, construction and installation of complex offshore projects in all energy market.
Saipem brings to offshore wind farm projects, both fixed and floating, its distinctive competences in engineering, operations in harsh environments and deep-water to optimize design and offshore operations.
Saipem leverages on its large internal fabrication capabilities and its vast offshore fleet to master the comprehensive offshore renewable energy project execution chain.
Neopolia EMR is a French business cluster with 100 industrial companies from the Pays de la Loire region. We develop Collaborative Business to provide you with the best offers by businesses from Marine & Offshore Renewables. We have 3 business approaches to meet your needs :
- Helping you to build a supply-chain in our region.
- Answering you during call for tenders with different leaderships (a company leader, a temporary company grouping or our SAS)
- Offering collaborative business Products or Services, named “Solutions”: (1) Project Development Support ; (2) Offshore Installation Support ; (3) Operation & Maintenance ; (4) System Health Monitoring ; (5) Concrete Monitoring in Oceanic Conditions
Principle Power, is a technology and services provider to the offshore wind industry. Principle Power’s innovative and proven solution, the WindFloat – a floating wind turbine foundation – provides access to transitional and deep-water offshore wind sites.