Axial Structural ended the month of May attending the inauguration of two photovoltaic plants in France in which it has carried out the supply and installation. With these two new projects, the Valencian company has 31MW more in the neighboring country.
For the plant located in Gièvres, in the Centre-Val-de-Loire region, 3V fixed structures have been used, following the needs of the terrain and the client Ze Energy.
This 21MW project, with 7.5MW storage batteries, will supply energy to more than 6,600 homes per year.
In addition, one of the most special aspects of this new project is the ecological reconversion that has been carried out in the area, as the photovoltaic plant is located on a former quarry.
The second project to be inaugurated was the Mas d’en Ramis plant, located in the commune of Banyuls-dels-Aspres, in the Pyrénées-Orientales (France).
For this Q Energy France project, Axial Structural has also carried out the supply and installation, using 2V fixed structures.
This plant has a power of 10.6MW and will supply energy to 3,460 homes per year.
With these two photovoltaic plants, the company continues its expansion in Europe, consolidating its position as one of the main players in the international photovoltaic energy sector.
Axial Structural Solutions, integrated in the Energy and Infrastructure division of Grupo Alonso, has established itself as an international benchmark in the design and manufacture of fixed structural systems and solar trackers for photovoltaic installations.
Our hallmark is our commitment to a high level of technological development, which allows us to provide great advances in the design and manufacture of structures and solar trackers.
Axial is present throughout the project, from its initial design to its execution, to achieve through our products and services the excellence and satisfaction of all our customers.