Paris, 17 December 2016 /

In an increasingly competitive photovoltaic market, NTF-Energy is positioning a new development line on photovoltaic power plants in roofs of agricultural hangars with a power of less than 100 kWp in metropolitan France: It is renewable energy in the service of ‘Agriculture.

After the start-up of a fleet of 16 integrated photovoltaic power plants in the fourth quarter of 2015, NTF-Energy is launching a new development campaign to expand its portfolio of solar power plants. This new initiative, dubbed the Great South, represents, in the long term, several megawatts of peak power and aims to partner with farmers with a strategic need for photovoltaic hangar. This development is a bet on the complementarity between Responsible Agricultural Development and Clean Energy.

As part of this strategy, NTF-Energy welcomes Caroline Domanine, who is responsible for the strategy and development of the Agri-Business within NTF-Energy.