Amarenco acquires a stake in Créole Energie Solaire in order to establish its activity in Guadeloupe, Martinique and French Guiana on a long-term basis.
Créole Energie Solaire, expert in island areas.
Créole Energie Solaire, which has been headquartered in Petit-Bourg in Guadeloupe since 2018, is a company specialising in the operation and development of photovoltaic projects. Its founder, Laurent PFLUMIO, has been working in the photovoltaic sector in the Caribbean, French Guiana and the Indian Ocean for almost 15 years.
By the end of 2019, with more than 10 MWp of projects developed and 10 employees to its credit, Créole Energie Solaire has very quickly established itself as one of the leading players in solar photovoltaic energy in the Caribbean.
A historical partner of Créole Energie Solaire since its creation, Amarenco has until now financed the company’s projects.
Amarenco is a key player in the energy transition in France and internationally. An independent producer of photovoltaic energy since 2013, the group supports farmers, local authorities and manufacturers who wish to benefit from competitive advantages thanks to solar energy, by optimising their energy efficiency and reducing their carbon footprint.
For several years, Amarenco’s development has been accompanied by a growing presence in the French overseas departments and territories and Corsica, with offices in Reunion, Corsica, and now Guadeloupe.
A major strategic advance for Amarenco Group.
Agri-solar solutions, roofs, sheds, shades, ground-based power plants, greenhouses… Amarenco develops innovative photovoltaic solutions with or without storage adapted to all needs throughout the world. By entering into the capital of Creole Energie Solaire and making this company their new subsidiary in the Caribbean, the Amarenco group is once again imposing its desire to establish itself on a long-term basis in island areas, which are particularly strategic for the group.
“This entry into the capital is the result of several years of partnership between Amarenco and Créole Energie Solaire on numerous projects, and a real relationship of trust between us. Thanks to the alliance of our skills, we will be able to unite expertise in the field, financial solidity, knowledge and innovation in the photovoltaic sector. The new Amarenco subsidiary will therefore be able to offer products adapted to the Caribbean sector in order to sustain our development in this strategic region.” said Olivier Carré and Laurent Pflumio, respectively President of Amarenco France and Director of the new Amarenco subsidiary “Amarenco Creole Energie” in Guadeloupe, Martinique and French Guiana.