CGN Europe Energy has chosen renewable energy management system Greenbyte Energy Cloud for their wind and solar PV farms. 900 MW of CGN EE's portfolio will be installed and managed in Greenbyte's service.
The French-based and Chinese-owned company is managing a portfolio of 130 wind and solar farms in the UK, Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Senegal and Belgium and continues to grow on and off shore. Greenbyte will be integrating CGN EE’s wind and solar assets in Europe and Africa, amounting to a total of 900 MW, and the collaboration will be ongoing for CGN EE’s future investments.
Greenbyte Energy Cloud succeeded in meeting the expectations for best technical grade and high quality of service and product. CGN EE’s global portfolio will be monitored and analyzed in Breeze and Bright, the two specialized components of Energy Cloud for wind and solar farms respectively. The diverse portfolio will be integrated through the interconnected components in Energy Cloud, offering centralized management.
”Greenbyte Energy Cloud stood out for its service availability, its specialized features and lastly, for its longtime and worldwide vision, which is in accordance to our global mission”, says Olivier Texier, Head of Engineering and O&M at CGN Europe Energy.
"We are very happy to welcome CGN EE as a customer of Greenbyte. CGN EE have a strong commitment to renewable energy and we are excited and humbled by the opportunity to support CGN in their growth journey from today’s 900 MW portfolio of renewable energy towards 3 GW in 2020 and beyond" says Jonas Corné, CEO of Greenbyte.
About CGN EE
CGN EE is the part of China General Nuclear Power Group focusing on Renewable Energy. CGN EE’s goal is to be one of the major developers, operators and investors in the European renewable energy market, focusing on the northwest part of the continent. CGN EE’s portfolio consists of approximately 900 MWs in wind and solar plants. CGN was founded in China in 1994 and is a clean energy operator and constructor, with interests in wind, solar, hydro and nuclear energy.