Qair is an independent producer of renewable electricity

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Jean-Marc Bouchet​

President

The name Qair is common to all our onshore and offshore wind, solar, hydro, waste-to-energy and green hydrogen activities, and expresses the unity of our group across the 16 countries in which we develop projects.

Qair proudly recalls our roots (“Qa“), unites our international presence (“i“), and affirms our commitment to renewable energy (“r”). It thus better reflects the reality of what we have been since the group’s creation more than 30 years ago. Finally, this name reflects the great times we are living in, full of promises and challenges to ensure that our growth is sustainable, our progress sustainable and that our development is not to the detriment of future generations. Since its inception, the group has taken the measure of the environmental challenges and has been fully committed to actively participating in the ecological transition underway and to accelerating, in line with it, the environmental revolution that I sincerely hope for.

« It is our duty towards future generations to hold our course as a committed player in the environmental revolution ! »

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Our technologies

We are a diversified power producer

Onshore wind energy

Onshore wind energy

The wind blows on the blades and the mechanical energy thus created is converted into electrical energy

Solar energy

Solar energy

Solar radiation is captured and converted into electricity thanks to solar panels fixed to the ground, on the water, on the roof or on the carport shade

Hydroelectricity

Hydroelectricity

The force of water generates mechanical energy, which is then converted into electricity

Offshore wind energy

Offshore wind energy

The fixed or floating offshore wind turbine is installed offshore to benefit from more regular and higher-speed winds

Waste-to-Energy

Waste-to-Energy

Waste-to-Energy transforms waste that can’t be recycled locally into energy, with the lowest possible CO2 emission and without any negative impact on the environment

Green hydrogen

Green hydrogen

Green electricity is used to produce hydrogen by electrolysis. The hydrogen produced is then used as green fuel

Consolidated key figures

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​ of renewable projects developed, financed, built and operated​

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2019 turnover

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of equity capital by mid-2019

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Collaborators

Achievements

Locations

BRAZIL, BURKINA FASO, CHAD, FRANCE, GREECE, ICELAND, ITALY, MOROCCO
MAURITIUS, POLAND, PORTUGAL, ROMANIA, SEYCHELLES, SPAIN, TUNISIA, VIETNAM

France

Mauritius

Poland

Vietnam

WWS & Solma – Poland

WWS & Solma – Poland

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