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French energy source subsidiary P&T Technologie celebrates 20th anniversary

Rennes, France - The French subsidiary P&T Technologie of the German Energiequelle GmbH celebrates its 20th anniversary this month.

The name P&T was formed from the names of the two founders Peters and Trüschel. Since 2010, P&T Technologie has been operating as a subsidiary of the Kallinchen-based Energiequelle Group, which is specialized in the project planning and operational management of renewable energy and storage projects. The name was nevertheless retained. The then eight-strong team has since been expanded to 40 employees.

P&T received its first permit in 2005 in the Morbihan départment. In total, P&T now manages around 120 wind turbines. In addition, the company has so far connected projects with a capacity of more than 240 MW to the grid, thus contributing to the success of the Energiequelle Group.

In addition to its main site in Rennes, P&T Technologie has opened two further branches in Dijon and Royan in recent years in order to strengthen its nationwide presence and continue to grow in France, not only with wind projects but also in the photovoltaic sector. For example, the first French solar park was connected to the grid in Decize in 2021.

P&T has been successfully managed for many years by the managing directors Gregor Weber and Robert Conrad. The latter retired in 2021 for reasons of age, and is succeeded by 40-year-old Jan Ducouret.

Energiequelle GmbH has been active internationally since 1997 as a project developer and operator of wind energy, biomass and photovoltaic plants as well as substations and storage facilities. The company is headquartered in Kallinchen near Berlin, with additional locations in Bremen, Oldenburg, Hanover, Putlitz, Penzing, Erfurt, Dresden, Rostock, Magdeburg, Wiesbaden and Spremberg, as well as Rennes, Dijon and Royan (France) and Helsinki (Finland). Energiequelle has a total of more than 300 employees and has built more than 750 plants with a total output of around 1,400 MW to date.

Source: IWR Online, 07 Apr 2022