The group won a tender for the construction of a one-gigawatt offshore wind farm.
The proliferation of announcements of new projects in renewable energies tell the current acceleration of their development, but also the small size of the projects, on the scale of the energy sector that they are brought to upset. At a time when priority is given to the electrification of economies in order to decarbonize them, many wind farms and solar panels will be needed to reduce, alongside nuclear power plants, our dependence on fossil fuels.
As part of its renewable energy development strategy, TotalEnergies is therefore multiplying announcements in this field. The energy company won a one-gigawatt (GW) tender on Friday for an offshore wind farm, 37 kilometers off the coast of North Carolina, in the United States. TotalEnergies won the competition against 15 other competitors, including EDF Renewables, BP, Shell, and Orsted.
The North Carolina tender is the second won by TotalEnergies in the…