Centrale solaire Sunpower Total, Prieska
Renewable energies

Strengthening our presence in renewable energies

Electricity demand is set to rise faster than global demand for energy as a whole in the coming years. According to the International Energy Agency’s Sustainable Development Scenario, renewable energies will represent more than 35% of the world’s energy mix in 2040. To support this growth, our ambition is to achieve 100 gigawatts of installed renewable power generation capacity by 2030, through the development of our solar and wind energy businesses around the world.

Wind farm on the Faroe Islands

Solar and wind: Our ambition in renewable energies

Confident of the opportunities afforded by renewable energies, we aim to attain a production capacity of around 100 gigawatts by 2030, mainly through the development of solar and wind power.
Quinto, centrale solaire SunPower Total, en Californie, 135 MW, opérationnelle depuis fin 2015

Our expertise in solar energy

We have worked over the years to develop strong positions across the entire value chain in solar energy, from the design and construction of photovoltaic power plants and distributed power generation systems, to their operation.
Projets

Our worldwide solar power projects

From Chile to Japan and South Africa, our solar power projects power hundreds of thousands of households around the world.

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10/15
2020
Chhattisgarh, India

India: Total strengthens its partnership with Adani in renewable energies

09/25
2020
Solar panels in Spain

Renewables: Total strengthens its position in the Spanish solar market and covers all its power needs in Europe with green energy

04/14
2020
Total Confirms Its Commitment to Wind Power

Total Confirms Its Commitment to Wind Power

03/19
2020
Floating Offshore Wind

Renewables: Total Enters Floating Offshore Wind with a First Project in the UK

02/11
2020
Photovoltaic power plant

Spain: Total to Enter into the Solar Market with a pipeline of 2 GW of projects

01/20
2020
Total Sunpower solar power plant, Prieska (South Africa)

Total to develop Qatar’s First Large-Scale (800 MWp) Solar Plant