To meet the challenges of climate change and respect the 2-degree scenario, our Epsilon workshop aims to integrate alternative energies into its mix. energy consumption. That's why he chose solar power. Thanks to operator Total, the company is putting solar power at the heart of renewable energies on the island of Madagascar.
Launched in 2018, this project involves the construction, operation and Total's maintenance of a 300 kWp photovoltaic installation on the roof of one of the industrial site's buildings. Around 2,000 m2 of photovoltaic panels will cover almost 35% of the electricity needs of the entire industrial complex. While Total is committed to developing solar energy in Madagascar, Epsilon plans to increase its production capacity in the long term, following feedback from experience, and, why not, become 100% self-sufficient and positive.