NOTUS énergie Expands Their Presence In Western France


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NOTUS énergie France continues to expand its network of on-site presence in France. “With the new office in Nantes, we want to be closer to our numerous partners in western France” explains Heinrich Lieser, Président NOTUS énergie France. Lieser expects a particularly strong expansion of wind and solar energy in the region where NOTUS is already working with many landowners and municipalities.

“The expansion of renewable energies can only succeed in close contact with the local communities and landowners,” says Lieser. The newly opened office in Nantes offers direct contacts in the region in addition to the sites in Lille, Tours, Bordeaux and the headquarters in Paris. Resulting in the presence of 35 experienced employees at five strategically important locations in France.

100 MW of wind and solar in preparation

“Brittany, western Normandy and the Loire lands (Pays de la Loire) are among the most dynamic renewable energy regions in France. We now have more than 80 megawatts of wind energy and almost 20 megawatts of PV parks in the planning stage here and are constantly taking on new projects,” says Lieser.

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The city of Nantes with its approximately 320,000 inhabitants constitutes the center of this region in which the new NOTUS office is located in the immediate vicinity of the Nantes prefecture. “We offer our employees optimal working conditions. This also includes an attractive office location. For us, Nantes is the new center for our project work in western France,” states
Heinrich Lieser. “The planning, approval, financing and operation of renewable energies is strongly based on personal trust between landowners, municipalities and us as project developers,” Lieser continues. “That’s why it’s important for us to be directly on site as a contact partner. We look forward to your visit!”

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