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Engie Acquiring Renewables Developer Langa Group (Int'l M&A)
Engie SA
Date: 2018-06-08
French electric utility Engie SA reports it is acquiring Brittany-based renewable energy producer Langa Group to meet its goal of developing 3 GW of wind and almost 2.2 GW of solar by 2021.

Langa is active in solar, wind, biogas and biomass projects and is involved in the entire value chain of its projects. Its portfolio of operating assets is expected to reach 215 MW of installed capacity by the end of the year, including 165 MW of solar power and 39 MW of wind energy. (Source: Engie SA, Renewables Now, 7 JUne, 2018) Contact: Langa Group, Gilles Lebreux, Founder, CEO, www.langa.fr; Engie SA, Isabelle Kocher, CEO, www.engie.com

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Engie Opening Brazilian Green Energy R&D Facility (Int'l Report)
Engie
Date: 2018-06-01
French energy group Engie reports its Rio de Janeiro- based Engie Brasil will establish a research centre in Brazil to act as the company's regional hub for innovations in wind, solar, biogas and hydrogen projects as well as new technologies for Smart Cities. Engie Brsil has signed memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with the Brazilian Trade and Investment Promotion Agency (Apex-Brasil) and the Santa Catarina government.

The new Engie Lab Brasil, which is expected to open before the year end, will be similar to the company's research facility in Chile.

ENGIE is Brazil's largest private-sector electricity producer, operating 10,290 MW in installed capacity from 32 plants nationwide, equivalent to 6 pct of the country's capacity. Ninety percent of the Group's Brazilian installed capacity comes from clean, renewable sources with low greenhouse gas emissions, a position that is being reinforced with the construction of new wind farms in the Brazilian Northeast. ENGIE is currently building one of Brazil's biggest hydro plants, the Jirau hydropower plant (3,750 MW) under commissioning on the Madeira river, in the state of Rondonia. (Source: Engie Brasil Website, Various Media, 30 May, 2018) Contact: Engie Brasil, Mauricio Bahr, CEO, +55 21 397 45400, www.engie.com.br

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