Helexia Inks 46 MW Distributed Generation Partnership with Prime Energy in Brazil

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Helexia, a Voltalia subsidiary and a global leader in the energy transition has entered into a supply agreement with Prime Energy, one of Brazil’s major power traders for a photovoltaic plant.


The partnership entails the supply of up to 46 megawatts of photovoltaic energy spanning two decades, spread across 14 decentralized projects. These solar installations will be erected in three Brazilian states: Paraná, Goiás, and São Paulo. The agreement was inked in August. The construction has already started for the three projects, accounting for a total of 18.2 megawatts. All projects are slated for completion by the end of 2024.

“Helexia’s growth in Brazil is remarkable, and I congratulate all the Helexia teams on this new contract”, said Sébastien Clerc, CEO of Voltalia.


“This agreement marks a significant step in Helexia’s commitment to develop decentralized, green power projects. We are happy to collaborate with Prime Energy to achieve this shared vision”, added Benjamin Simonis, CEO of Helexia Group.

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