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  • MUSEE EDF HYDRELEC
  • Wind farm - Veulette-sur-Mer
  • St-Martin de Galisbay power plant
  • La Champagne Picarde wind farm
  • Saint Martin wind plant
  • Sainte-rose Hydroelectric power plant
  • Bouillante geothermal power plant
  • Chastang dam
    Discover the Chastang hydroelectric power station by entering the heart of the engine room !! And extend the visit to the EDF du Chastang area!
  • Bort-les-Orgues dam
    Découvrez le barrage et la centrale hydroélectrique.
  • Saint-barthélemey power plant
    Visite de la Centrale électrique  EDF  de St-Barthélemy et salle de commande

    LA CENTRALE ELECTRIQUE DE ST-BARTHÉLEMY
    EST LA 1ère DU GROUPE EDF A OBTENIR LA CERTIFICATION ISO 50001
                             (GESTION ET ECONOMIE DE l’ENERGIE)
  • Sant-Martin power plant
    Visite de la Centrale électrique  EDF  de ST-Martin  et salle de commande

  • l’Aigle dam
  • L'aigle dam
  • L'aigle dam
  • L’Atome « La Boule » Museum
  • Portes de Champagne wind farm
  • Passy power plant
    The most powerful plant in Haute-Savoie, it turbines the water from the Arve retained by the Les Houches dam.
  • Saint-Marc
  • Roche-bat-l’Aigue
  • La Roche
  • Faux la montagne
  • Saint-Marc
    Centrale mise en service en 1930, 3 groupes de turbines Francis vertical de puissance 13,5 MW
  • Roche-bat-l’Aigue
    Centrale mise en service en 1977, 3 groupes de turbines Kaplan horizontal de puissance 8 MW
  • Vassivière
    Gravity dam on the Maulde
  • Faux-la-Montagne

    Barrage à voûtes multiples

  • Champsanglard
    Centrale mise en service en 1984, 3 groupes de turbines Kaplan horizontal de puissance 6,3MW
  • La Roche
    Centrale mise en service en 1921, 4 groupes turbine à hélice vertical et 1 groupe de turbine Kaplan vertical de puissance 8,7 MW
  • AMBIALET
    The AMBIALET power station is located on the Tarn river. It uses a drop height of 7 m. It is equipped with 2 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by 6,700 people each year.
  • Roche-au-Moine
    Centrale mise en service en 1932, 3 groupes de turbines Francis horizontal de puissance 8,75 MW
  • TECH
    The TECH power station is located on the Le Tech watercourse. It operates a drop height of 124 m. It is equipped with 3 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by 3,900 people each year.
  • La Bathie power plant
    This power station turbines the water coming from the Roselend, St Guérin and La Gittaz dams. Its public information center allows it to welcome groups and schools to introduce them to hydroelectricity.
  • SAINTE-MARIE

    The SAINTE-MARIE power station is located on the Gave d'Aspe watercourse. It uses a drop height of 4 m. It is equipped with 2 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by 1,200 people each year.

  • Tuilières dam and power plant
    Mobile dam (height 19.3 m and length 105 m) on the Dordogne river. Impounded in 1908.
  • GOLFECH Hydraulique
    The GOLFECH power station is located on the Garonne river. It uses a fall height of 17 m. It is equipped with 3 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by 143,000 people each year.
  • L’Age
  • Les Chezelles
    Centrale mise en service en 1985, 3 groupes de turbines Kaplan horizontal de puissance 6,8 MW
  • POUGET
    The POUGET power station is located on the Tarn river. It operates a drop height of 461 m. It is equipped with 5 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by nearly 123,600 people each year.
  • LA ROCHE-QUI-BOIT
  • LA RANCE
  • RABODANGES
  • SAINT-AIGNAN
  • GUERLÉDAN
  • GRAND'MAISON

    L'aménagement est une station de transfert d'énergie par pompage qui permet de produire de l'électricité lors d'un pic de consommation et de pomper l'eau vers un lac supérieur pour reconstituer un stock d'énergie disponible.

  • Chaîne du Drac
    These plants produce hydroelectricity using water from the Drac until its confluence with the Isère in the heart of the metropolis of Grenoble.
  • Chaîne de la Romanche
    The Romanche-Gavet project, the largest hydropower development project led by EDF in France, will replace this chain of dams and power plants with new underground development, better secure and more efficient.
  • BASSE ISÈRE
    Installed on the course of the Isère, these five dams-factories produce electricity over the water.
  • PORTILLON

    The PORTILLON power station is located on the Neste d'Oo watercourse. It operates from a drop height of 1270 m. It is equipped with 1 production unit making it possible to produce the electricity needed by nearly 27,400 people each year.

  • CADARACHE dam
    Mobile dam at the confluence of the Verdon and the Durance, flooded in 1961, 15 m high and 152 m long. Reservoir of 3 million m³ of water, area of ​​825,000 m².
  • SISTERON power plant
    Centrale de lac alimentée en eau par le canal EDF de la Durance, mise en service en 1975. Hauteur de chute de 116 m.
    Elle produit chaque année l'électricité nécessaire à 292 900 personnes.
  • Serre-Ponçon dam and power plant

    Barrage poids mis en eau en 1959, 123,5 m de haut et 600 m de long. Retenue de 1,2 milliards de m³ d'eau, superficie de 27,6 km².
    Centrale de lac alimentée par la Durance, mise en service en 1960. Hauteur de chute de 126 m. Elle produit chaque année l'électricité nécessaire à 291 200 personnes.

  • SAINTE-TULLE 1 power plant
    Lake power station supplied with water by the EDF de la Durance canal, commissioned in 1925. Drop height of 38.5 m.
    Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 62,000 people.
  • SAINTE-CROIX-DU-VERDON dam and power plant
    Arch dam flooded in 1973, 93 m high and 138 m long. Reservoir of 761 million m³ of water, area of ​​22 km².
    Lake power station supplied by the Verdon, commissioned in 1974. Fall height of 78 m. Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 57,300 people.
  • SAINT-CHAMAS power plant
    Lake power station supplied with water by the EDF de la Durance canal, commissioned in 1966. Fall height of 71.5 m.
    Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 70,000 people.
  • ORAISON power plant
    Lake power station supplied with water by the EDF de la Durance canal, commissioned in 1962. Fall height of 85.5 m.
    Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 297,000 people
  • MALLEMORT dam
    Mobile dam on the Durance, flooded in 1964, 8 m high and 280 m long. Retention of 100,000 m³ of water. It supplies the Durance EDF canal and the Mallemort power station.
  • l'ARGENTIERE power plant
    Run-of-river power plant located on the Durance river. Commissioned in 1973. Fall height of 175.6 m. Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 68,600 people.
  • Hydropower operations centre
    Le CCH commande à distance 20 centrales situées sur le canal EDF de la Durance afin de produire au moment où le réseau électrique en a besoin. Il peut démarrer jusqu'à 2 000 MW en 10 min.
  • CASTILLON dam and power plant
    Arch dam put in water in 1948, 95 m high and 200 m long. Retention of 149 million m³ of water, area of ​​5 km².
    Lake power station supplied by the Verdon, commissioned in 1948. Fall height of 90 m. Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 31,100 people.
  • Cusset hydroelectric power plant
    Dam-factory installed on the Rhône.
  • CHAUMEÇON
    Commissioned in 1961, the Chaumeçon power station is equipped with 1 "Francis" type production unit. Associated with the 6 other hydroelectric developments in Burgundy, it produces the electricity needed by 35,000 people.
  • BOIS DE CURE
    Commissioned in 1932, the Bois de Cure power station is equipped with 3 "Francis" type production units. Associated with the 6 other hydroelectric developments in Burgundy, it produces the electricity needed by 35,000 people.
  • Espace EDF Truyère
  • STRASBOURG
    The Strasbourg power station is a so-called "run-of-the-river" development. Commissioned in 1970, it is equipped with 6 production groups. Associated with the other hydroelectric installations on the Rhine, it makes it possible to produce the electricity necessary for half of Alsace.
  • NENTILLA
    The NENTILLA power station is located on the Aude river. It operates a drop height of 526 m. It is equipped with 2 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by 51,600 people each year.
  • Kembs dam and power plant
    The Kembs power station is a so-called "run-of-river" development. Commissioned in 1932, it is equipped with 6 production units. Associated with the other hydroelectric installations on the Rhine, it makes it possible to produce the electricity necessary for half of Alsace.
  • BREIL-SUR-ROYA dam
    Gravity dam on the Roya, renovated and filled in 2015, 10 m high and 55 m long. Retention of 52,000 m³ of water. It supplies the Breil-sur-Roya power station.
  • Saint-DALMAS
    Power station in lock on the Roya, supplied with water by the Mesce dam, commissioned in 1914. Drop height of 720 m.
    Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 48,800 people.
  • SAINT-CASSIEN dam and power plant
    Gravity dam put in water in 1966, 66 m high and 210 m long. Retention of 60 million m³ of water, area of ​​4 km².
    Lake power station supplied by the Biançon, commissioned in 1966. Fall height of 111.8 m. Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 14,500 people.
  • Pont-du-loup power plant
    Run-of-river power plant on the Loup, commissioned in 1902. Fall height of 262.5 m.
    Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 9,800 people.
  • Plan-du-Var power plant
    Run-of-river power plant on the Var, commissioned in 1905. Drop height of 36.5 m.
    Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 16,800 people
  • Saint-Martin Vesubie power plant
    Locked power plant on the Vésubie, supplied with water by the Boréon dam and the Gordolasque, commissioned in 1960. Fall height of 731 m.
    Each year, it produces the electricity needed by 62,000 people.
  • ASTON
    The ASTON power station is located on the Aston watercourse. It operates a drop height of 519 m. It is equipped with 4 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by 139,500 people each year.
  • Pragnères
  • MONTAHUT power plant
    The MONTAHUT power station is located on the Vèbre / Agoût stream. It operates a drop height of 621 m. It is equipped with 2 production groups making it possible to produce the electricity needed by 90,900 people each year.
  • VOUGLANS
    Commissioned in 1968, the Vouglans dam is the third largest water reservoir in France. Associated with the 5 other hydroelectric installations located on the Ain river, it makes it possible to produce the electricity necessary to supply a department like the Jura in winter.
  • LIEBVILLERS
    Commissioned in 1943, the Liebvillers power station is equipped with 4 “Francis” type production units. Along with the 5 other hydroelectric facilities located on the Doubs river, it produces the electricity needed by 110,000 households.
  • ALLEMENT
    Commissioned in 1960, the Allement plant is equipped with 2 “Kaplan” type production units. Associated with the 5 other hydroelectric installations located on the Ain river, it makes it possible to produce the electricity necessary to supply a department like the Jura in winter.
  • Revin
    The Revin development is a Pumping Energy Transfer Station. Commissioned in 1976, it can reach a maximum power of 800 MW in 2 minutes. It is the 3rd WWTP in France in terms of its installed capacity.
  • VILLEFORT
    Arch dam spilling onto the Altier river
  • ROCHEBUT
    Gravity dam spilling onto the Cher river.
  • POUTÈS
    Gravity dam with 3 drainage gates on the Allier river.
  • MONTPEZAT
    2 Pelton turbines - 138 MW of installed capacity
  • LES FADES
    Rockfill gravity dam on the Sioule river.
  • GRANGENT
    Arch dam (height 54 m, length 203 m)
  • Mangassaye

    Installed capacity : 5,1 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Bras de la Plaine
    Installed capacity : 5MW
  • Langevin
    Installed capacity : 4MW
  • Takamaka II
    Installed capacity : 24MW
  • Takamaka dam and power plant
    Installed capacity : 17 MW
  • Rivière de l'Est - Restitution
    Installed capacity : 1 MW
  • Rivière de l'Est - Sainte Rose
    installed capacity : 82MW
  • Rivière de l'Est - PCH
    Installed capacity : 1MW
  • Saut Maripa
    Installed capacity : 1MW
  • Petit-Saut dam
    Installed capacity : 117MW
  • Rizzanese dam and power plant
    Installed capacity : 55MW
  • Pont de la Vanna
    installed capacity : 9MW
  • Ocana
    Installed capacity : 16 MW
  • Tolla
    installed capacity : 20 MW
  • Lugo-Di-Nazza
    installed capacity : 39 MW
  • Castirla
    Installed capacity : 32 MW
  • Corscia
    installed capacity : 12 MW
  • Sovenzia
    installed capacity : 15 MW
  • Port-Est

    Type : diesel power plant
    Installed capacity : 210 MW

    Type : combustion turbine
    Installed capacity : 40 MW

    Operating subsidiary : EDF PEI

  • Pointe-des-Carrières

    Type : centrales diesel
    Installed capacity : 90 MW et 60 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF PEI

  • Bellefontaine

    Type : diesel power plant
    Installed capacity : 210 MW

    Type : combustion turbine
    Installed capacity : 26 MW

    Operating subsidiary : EDF PEI

  • Kourou

    Type : combustion turbine
    Installed capacity : 26 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF PEI

  • Degrad-des-Cannes

    Type : centrale diesel
    Capacité installée : 72 MW

    Type : turbine à combustion
    Capacité installée : 50 MW

    Filiale exploitante : EDF PEI

  • Pointe Jarry

    Type : diesel power plant
    Operating subsidiary : EDF PEI
    Installed capacity : 210 MW

  • Jarry Sud

    Type : combustion turbine
    Operating subsidiary : EDF PEI
    Installed capacity : 140 MW
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  • Vazzio

    Type : centrale diesel
    Operating subsidiary : EDF PEI
    Installed capacity : 160 MW

  • Lucciana

    Type : centrale diesel
    Filiale exploitante : EDF PEI
    Capacité installée : 88 MW

  • Wind farm - Catalan

    Installed capacity : 44 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2015

  • Vallée de l'Hérault

    Installed capacity : 14 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Trécon-Clamanges

    Installed capacity : 4 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Seuil de Bapaume

    Installed capacity : 15 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Plateau d'Andigny

    Installed capacity : 21 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Plaine de l'Escrebieux

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Plaine de l'Orbieu

    Installed capacity : 11,50 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Energies Nouvelles
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Basse Thiérarche Sud

    Installed capacity : 24 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Villiers le Sec (Carrières St Martin)

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Energies Nouvelles
    Commissioning : 2009
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Villesèque

    Installed capacity : 50,6 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • Veulette

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Vanault

    Installed capacity : 8,5 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2007

  • Sery (Carrières St Martin)

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Sauveterre

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Salles-Curan

    Installed capacity : 87 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • Saint-Simon Clastres

    Installed capacity : 11 MW
    Commissioning : 2004
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables

  • Saint-Martin-des-Besaces

    Installed capacity : 6 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006

  • Sainte Rose wind farm and photovoltaic panel site

    Installed capacity : 6,3 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2004

  • Saint-Aubin-sur-Aire

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2007
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Toucan

    Installed capacity : 5,0 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Saint Mérec

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Valensole

    Installed capacity : 12,0 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Riols

    Installed capacity : 3,6 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2004

  • Usine Michelin - Blavozy

    Installed capacity : 3,12 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Thémis

    Installed capacity : 0,2 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • STVA - Boulou

    Installed capacity : 7,8 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Ribemont (Carrières St Martin)

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009
    holding in the facility20 %

  • Sioulé

    Installed capacity : 1,3 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Rampont 2

    Installed capacity : 26 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Rampont 1

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Sanofi Aramon

    Installed capacity : 1 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Symphorien dam

    Installed capacity : 24,0 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010

  • Pouzols

    Installed capacity : 5,1 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2013

  • Porte de Champagne

    Installed capacity : 12,3 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2013

  • Saint-Martin-de-Crau

    Installed capacity : 12,0 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Saint-Marcel-sur-Aude

    Installed capacity : 11,9 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Porte de France

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010

  • Saint-François

    Installed capacity : 3,6 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010

  • Pleugriffet

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Sainte-Tulle solar plant

    Installed capacity : 5,2 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Petit Canal

    Installed capacity : 7,2 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 1999

  • Pamproux

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Romilly-sur-Seine

    Installed capacity : 7,5 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Rewatt

    Installed capacity : 2,7 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Oupia

    Installed capacity : 8,1 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2004

  • Puyloubier

    Installed capacity : 6,5 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Nurlu

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Potiche 2

    Installed capacity : 4,7 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Pierrefonds

    Installed capacity : 3,5 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010

  • Nord Bassin de Thau

    Installed capacity : 26 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Narbonne solar plant

    Installed capacity : 7,1 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • Nierdervisse

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • Montesquieu Trackers

    Installed capacity : 0,1 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • Montlouby 1

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Montendre

    Installed capacity : 5,5 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010

  • Massangis solar plant

    Installed capacity : 56,0 MWc
    including 36 MW sold(DVAS)
    Commissioning : 2012
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables

  • Mauron

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Manosque

    Installed capacity : 4,1 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Mangassaye

    Installed capacity : 5,1 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • La Roseraye

    Installed capacity : 10,5 MW
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Lou Paou

    Installed capacity : 14 MW
    including 12 MW sold (DVAS)
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006

  • Longue Epine

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006

  • Istres-Sulauze

    Installed capacity : 115 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Les Landes du Tertre

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Les Crêtes d'Héninel

    Installed capacity : 6 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Les Barthes

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Lérome (Kergrist)

    Installed capacity : 11,7 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Laneuville-au-Rupt

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • La Nourais

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Gabardan Trackers

    Installed capacity : 2,0 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010

  • La Haie du Vent-Stenay

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Gabardan

    Installed capacity : 65,2 MW
    including 38,5 MW sold (DVAS)
    Commissioning : 2010
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables

  • La Grand Linault (Trayes)

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Eurocopter Marignane

    Installed capacity : 2,3 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2013

  • La Butte des Fraus

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Crucey

    Installed capacity : 60,0 MWc
    including 24 MW sold (DVAS)
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Hamel au Brun (La Héroudière)

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Country Park Solar Mirande

    Installed capacity : 5 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Grand Place

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2010
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Freyssenet

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006

  • Fraïsse-sur-Agoût

    Installed capacity : 23 MW
    including 11,5 MW sold (DVAS)
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Fitou

    Installed capacity : 11,7 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Fierville

    Installed capacity : 28 MW
    Commissioning : 2009
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Centrale cédée (DVAS)

  • Bouloc solar plant

    Installed capacity : 10,2 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Bordeaux-Lac

    Installed capacity : 12,0 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Fiennes

    Installed capacity : 11,5 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Fécamp

    Installed capacity : 4,5 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2006

  • Blauvac

    Installed capacity : 2,6 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • BA136 - Toul-Rosières

    Installed capacity : 115,0 MWc
    including 60 MW sold (DVAS)
    Commissioning : 2012
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables

  • Avon-les-Roches

    Installed capacity : 10,8 MWc
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2011

  • Ersa-Rogliano

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2000

  • Erize St Dizier

    Installed capacity : 11,5 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Courcelles sur Aire

    Installed capacity : 11,5 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Corbières Méditerrannée

    Installed capacity : 20,7 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Energies Nouvelles
    Commissioning : 2010

  • Conilhac-Corbières

    Installed capacity : 9,2 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2014

  • Clitourps

    Installed capacity : 3,3 MW
    Commissioning : 2005
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables

  • Clamanges 1

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • Chemin d'Ablis

    Installed capacity : 52 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008

  • Castanet

    Installed capacity : 13,8 MW
    including 2,3 MW sold (DVAS)
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Canton du Quesnoy

    Installed capacity : 10 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Canton de Bonneval

    Installed capacity : 24 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009

  • Brissy (Carrières St Martin)

    Installed capacity : 6 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2009
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Boulay Sud

    Installed capacity : 10MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Bouin

    Installed capacity : 19,5 MW
    including 7,5 MW sold (DVAS)
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2003

  • Bel Air (Maché)

    Installed capacity : 8 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Bambesch

    Installed capacity : 12 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2007

  • Aumelas

    Installed capacity : 22 MW
    including 10 MW sold (DVAS)
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2005

  • Amélécourt

    Installed capacity : 11,5 MW
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2008
    holding in the facility 20 %

  • Allanche

    Installed capacity : 24 MW
    including 12 MW sold (DVAS)
    Operating subsidiary : EDF Renouvelables
    Commissioning : 2012

  • Flamanville3 EPR
  • La Rance tidal power plant
  • Paimpol-Bréhat tidal farm
  • Vaires-sur-Marne
    Type: 3 combustion turbines
    Operating subsidiary: EDF SA
    Installed capacity: 555 MW
  • Montereau
    Type: 2 combustion turbines
    Operating subsidiary: EDF SA
    Installed capacity: 370 MW
  • Martigues
  • Le Havre
  • Gennevilliers
    Type : 1 combustion turbine
    Operating subsidiary : EDF SA
    Installed capacity : 210 MW
  • Dirinon
    Type: 2 combustion turbines
    Operating subsidiary: EDF SA
    Installed capacity: 170 MW
  • Cordemais
  • Brennilis
  • Bouchain combined cycle gas power plant
  • Blénod
  • Vitry - Arrighi
    Type: 2 combustion turbines
    Operating subsidiary: EDF SA
    Installed capacity: 250 MW
  • Tricastin
  • Saint-Laurent-des-Eaux
  • Saint-Alban
  • Penly
  • Paluel
    The Paluel Nuclear Power Plant is located in the municipality of Paluel (76), it is equipped with four reactors of 1,300 MW each.
  • Nogent-sur-Seine
  • Gravelines
  • Golfech
  • Flamanville
  • Fessenheim
  • Dampierre
  • Cruas-Meysse
  • Civaux
  • Chooz
  • Chinon
  • Cattenom
  • Bugey 1
  • Blayais
  • Belleville
  • Saint-Laurent A
  • Creys-Malville
  • Chooz A
  • Chinon A
  • Bugey 1
  • Brennilis