(News Bulletin 247) – Vergnet announces today the restart of the installation of multi-site power plants in Antigua, one of the two main islands of the State of Antigua and Barbuda, in the Caribbean.

This new start is the consequence of the 3R Plan, the strategic plan initiated by the new management of the group last September announces the company Vergnet.

As a reminder, this project, which had experienced a significant delay, was signed in 2018 for an amount of $14 million with commissioning initially scheduled for November 2020.

Operated on behalf of the Department of the Environment and financed by the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, this project concerns the installation of multi-site wind and solar power plants: 13 MPC wind turbines on the Parham Bridge site, 2 MPC wind turbines on the of the stadium on the island and 567 kWp of photovoltaics.

The construction site and the installation of the equipment have just restarted and the first commissioning of the power plants is scheduled for the beginning of 2024.

For Cyril Ledran, Managing Director of Vergnet, ‘the resumption of this project materializes the group’s financing solutions defined by our strategic plan and which allow us to restart a certain number of future projects’.

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