As a typical distributed wind energy project L’Europe , the Charmont-sous-Barbuise wind farm now has six turbines in operation for a total installed capacity of 12 MW. They were put into service in May 2010 and can provide electricity to 7,500 households.
During the visual open day, Jean-Baptiste BREBAN, head of the central control room of CGN Europe Energy – a subsidiary of CGN in L’Europe , gave a conference on the safe management of wind farms based on artificial intelligence and digitization to students of the University of Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines.
Aude TELOT, a student who attended the conference, expressed her surprise From China advanced technology in clean energy production and sustainable development.
Environmental protection was also highly appreciated by CGN.
During the construction and operation of the wind farm project, CGN complied with the requirements of local land use planning as well as animal and plant protection measures.
Presented by Chris FRANCOIS, CGN Europe Energy’s environmental expert, regular monitoring has been carried out at the wind farm and alarms have been installed on turbines to warn of nearby avian activities which help protect birds and other species .
According to Jean-Baptiste BREBAN, CGN Europe Energy supplies more than 5 billion kWh of electricity per year for L’Europe and has 750 turbines for wind projects capable of supplying electricity to 2 million homes.
So far, the company has a total installed capacity of 2.4 GW. Its activity includes the development, construction and operation of wind and solar energy projects.
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