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Greenbyte Releases an Infographic on Renewable Energy in France

Oct 25 2017 Comments 0

Renewable energy software company Greenbyte releases a series of infographics on renewable energy production in the European Union. After covering Germany and the UK, it is time to take a closer look at the renewable electricity generation in France.

The infographic focuses on data for wind, solar and hydro and sheds light on today’s renewable energy market as well as its evolution in Europe over the past 10 years.

“We conducted an analysis of the European renewable energy market for internal purposes and quickly realised that our findings could be of interest not only to our customers but also to the industry at large. We were impressed to discover that the country produced 81,401 GWh of sustainable clean electricity in 2015 and that 95% of last year’s electrical capacity growth in France was due to renewable energy. These numbers are a testament to the growing importance of renewable energy sources in future energy development.” – says Fredrik Larsson, CMO at Greenbyte.

Greenbyte makes the industry-leading independent renewable energy management systems Breeze and Bright – used globally by wind energy and solar PV owners, operators and asset managers to capture the full potential of renewable energy projects. Power plants are remotely connected to Greenbyte’s software resulting in a single powerful tool to monitor, analyse, plan and control diverse renewable energy portfolios of any size. Currently over 10 GW of renewable energy across 5 continents and 25+ countries are monitored in Greenbyte’s software.

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