A global renewable energy developer driven by local initiatives. Both in French territories and internationally, Volta develops, builds and operates projects that are adapted to the specificities and needs of each territory.

Examples of achievements

Corbières Ecoparc

This 1.3 MW project, located in the Alpes de Hautes Provence department, was commissioned back in 2014. The buildings were constructed to meet the needs of the ITER programme (international nuclear fission research programme) subcontractors.

Agricultural roofs

Volta has developed and built nearly 200 agricultural, shed-type power plants with a capacity totalling 100kWp. Several programmes are underway throughout mainland France as Volta aims at becoming one of the leaders in this area of the market.

Mayotte Airport

This plant, located on the roof of the Dzaoudzi-Pamandzi international airport, in Mayotte, was commissioned in October 2021. It has a power of 900 kW and boasts a 900 kWh battery. The result of a partnership with the airport operator, EDEIS, this plant (i) contributes to the development of low-carbon energy production in Mayotte (ii) helps stabilise the grid thanks to its battery and (ii) provides stable, clean energy, even at peak times.

Petite Rivière power station

This power plant, located on the west coast of Mauritius near the capital, Port Louis, was commissioned in February 2020. It produces an annual 7.7 GWh of energy and contributes to reducing the carbon footprint of the electricity produced on this island territory.

Bel Air wind farm

This wind farm, located in the Côtes d’Armor region in France, was acquired by Volta in 2019 for a repowering job in 2022. 3 wind turbines with a unit capacity of 2.3 MW were dismantled in the Spring and replaced by new turbines at the end of the year. This revamped, modern and efficient 9 MW wind farm will double electricity production and therefore add to further local and renewable energy production.

Solar roofs in Sri Lanka

Volta is building, financing and operating hundreds of small rooftop solar power plants (nominal power of 40 kWp) installed on public schools across the country. This project (i) contributes to the decarbonisation of energy production (ii) promotes energy independence in the territory and (iii) develops local employment and know-how from the ground up.

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