The production of solar energy is one of the major axes for the development of renewable electric energy. Qair, with its experience in the development of different types of solar power plants, has accelerated its strategy of setting up large-scale production units, offering competitive production costs. Well-designed solar power plants are assets for the economic and agricultural development of the regions. They can be a source of biodiversity when they create protected spaces of significant size. These assets are paramount for us when it comes to make technical and development choices.
Key elements on our solar activity
Today Qair has in operation: 101 MW in total, spread over several territories. The largest power plant is in Vietnam, it is the Cat Hiep plant, in the province of Binh Dinh, with an installed capacity of 50 MWp on a single site. This project won the 2019 Asian Power Awards, which awards innovators who have broken into the Asian energy sector. Qair has also developed and operates several power plants in Mauritius – Anahita and Queen Victoria farms, with a total capacity of 25.5 MW. In the north of Europe, in Poland 2 WWS and Solma parks (21 MW), as well as a 3rd multi-site park made up of several small local power stations representing a total of 5 MW. All of these plants are managed by local teams of Qair. More than ever, our strategy is part of a dynamic of concerted development with local players, to participate in the development of more responsible local energy independence.
Objective for Qair
To develop large-scale projects based on its experience.