The US intends to advocate for the development of a wind power plant on the offshore of France

Iberdrola’s partner Ailes Marine plans to initiate an offshore wind energy project through the Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy (SGRE). The plan is a 496MW Saint Brieuc project with a decade agreement to maintain the wind turbines. 

The renewable energy from this Bay of Saint Brieuc wind power farm intends to channel electricity for over 800000 households and commercial businesses. The individual components of the turbines are undergoing production in a Siemens Gamesa turbine factory in Le Havre. This project intends to supply green energy and minimize greenhouse gas emissions.

The CEO of Siemens Gamesa Offshore projects Andreas Nauen says that they are anxious to witness the infusion of France to the global market that avails clean, renewable energy with a concurrent battle against global warming due to gaseous emissions.

Andreas outlines that the Bay of Saint Brieuc Siemens Gamesa offshore wind energy project is a landmark for the country, indicating their transition to renewable energy. He further thanks Ailes Marines for their commitment to support France in the move towards the globalization of the offshore wind power.

The managing director of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy France Mr. Filippo Cimitan highlights the offshore wind energy sector success and a front-runner. He says that the firm is making an indelible mark and forming a foundation for expanding renewable energy facilities throughout Le Havre.

Javier García Perez, the President of Ailes Marines as well as Iberdrola’s International Offshore Business Director, went on to say that by selecting Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy’s 8MW wind turbines, Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm does secure the best-in-class as well as high-performance technology.

The President of Ailes Marines, as well as Iberdrola’s International Offshore Business chair, Mr. Javier García Perez, speculates that choosing Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy’s 8MW wind turbines is a move that offsets the development of high technology by Saint-Brieuc offshore farms.

Javier says that Ailes Marines plans for a full-time commitment to the French renewables industry to create employment for the experts who graduate from the training institutions. He reiterates that this move is to advance clean energy and recuperate France from emitting poisonous gases.

Finally, the offshore wind power plant is going to spark the French economists to venture renewables. There is a glimmer of hope for French to advance into electric vehicles as soon as they become reliant on renewables. The EV market in the country can project profits.