"Our presence in Italy is strengthened in 2016 with the commissioning of Enterra spa, one of the largest biomass plants in Italy where we will produce 90Gwh from 13 MWe with a consumption of about 150 000 tons of olive pomace and grape must essentially from local vines.
On the other hand since our two wind projects (offshore 30 MW and onshore 40 MW) have been fully authorized and free of claims, we are looking forward to start construction in 2017 for a commissioning in the early 2018. We have to recall that the future offshore site in Taranto is the only authorized project in all Italy that gives us a great ahead in this innovative technology.
This business in renewable energies offers strong growth prospects in many lagging countries on their green energy goals, particularly in France or even great opportunities are possible. Furthermore, we have many contacts abroad, especially in North Africa, West Africa and some countries of Central Europe.
Because of the falling costs of construction and investment, these sectors have become more competitive than ever and adapted to the bear market of energy in general and specifically of electricity.