Neoen is an independent power producer founded in 2008 by Jacques Veyrat and majority-owned by Impala SAS, alongside the Capenergie 2 fund and Bpifrance. Neoen develops, finances, builds and operates power plants running on renewable energy sources (solar, wind, biomass). Neoen’s footprint extends across France, Portugal, Australia, Mexico, Egypt and El Salvador, and it aims to achieve an installed capacity in excess of 1,000 MW by 2017.
A pioneer spirit
2001: Started out at LDCom, now Neuf Cegetel
2008: Formation of Neoen, initially as part of Direct Energie. Neoen became fully independent in 2011.
2014: Moved up the next level by launching Europe’s largest photovoltaic park in Cestas near Bordeaux and winning two major tenders in El Salvador and Australia. Also the year when Neoen became the third-largest producer of renewable energy in France.