Qair develops internationally. It opens a subsidiary in Scotland, winning a 2GW offshore wind project as part of the Thistle Wind Partners consortium. It acquires the rights for a waste-to-energy project in the UK, commissions its 7th wind farm in Poland, and enters the German market with the acquisition of Green City. The company also launches the first floating solar power plant in Tunisia, and inaugurates solar plants in Morocco.
The Final Investment Decision (FID) is secured for Eolmed, a 30 MW pilot floating wind farm in the Mediterranean Sea.
Qair also becomes an official partner of Energy Observer, the first autonomous and zero-emission hydrogen ship. The vessel is set to travel around the world over three years, serving as a laboratory for the ecological transition. It relies on an energy mix combining solar, wind and hydro-generation, and Qair comes onboard to provide its expertise in responsible energy systems.
Qair skipper Kito de Pavant completes his 3rd Route du Rhum in 11th position (Class40).
Photo: Thierry Martinez for HBF – Reforest’Action