You are a local authority and energy transition is one of your top priorities? SOLVEO Energies wants to create sustainable projects of major public interest for our country but especially for your local area, and therefore favours collaborative development methods.
Are you a local authority and is the energy transition central to your issues? Solvéo creates sustainable, collective and collaborative projects for the common good.
Do you have a different issue?
Your desire is growing to take an active role in the energy transition, and your project needs to be refined – we are here to support you.
Using your savings to become an active player in the energy transition is possible! Generally in the form of loans, financing of renewable energy projects offers secure returns while promoting the ecological and economic development of territories. For most of our projects, we offer participatory financing to citizens through AMF-approved platforms.
From a roof, a car park or an empty space in the immediate vicinity of your consumption site, give yourself a resolutely ecological means of energy autonomy.
Whether you are the owner or the beneficiary of the installation (thanks to a provision by SOLVEO Energies), you produce your own energy on-site while controlling a more advantageous cost of electricity, secured in the short and long term.
By signing your green electricity purchase contracts directly with SOLVEO Energies, you are performing a civic act as part of your CSR policy, improving the economic balance of your electricity supply, and promoting the creation of new renewable installations by a key independent French player.
For smaller purchase volumes or at market prices, our partners such as Ilek and Volterres also give you access to our electricity via their traceable supply offer.
As an independent French producer of renewable energy since 2008, SOLVEO Energies builds its power plants as close as possible to the needs of local communities.
As a result of this approach, SOLVEO Energies owns and operates power plants on public buildings such as the Toulouse Occitanie national interest market (1.7MWp), Occitanie high schools (4MWp) or the Halle Aux Carreaux in Perpignan (0.9MWp) Some are co-owned with regional investment funds, notably those in Nouvelle-Aquitaine and Occitania.
SOLVEO Energies also has 6 branches in France: Paris, Nantes, Bordeaux, Lyon, Montpellier and Nice, which give it the best understanding of local issues and a high level of reactivity to adapt its offers and carry out its projects in consultation.
“Through our proximity and our expertise, with our RE projects, we contribute to the development of local areas. More than a job, it is a daily commitment.”
Photovoltaic Development Director