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GDF Suez, Vinci and CDC Infrastructure have submitted their bids to the French Government to develop offshore wind energy, further to a call for tenders covering an expanse off the coast of France, encompassing 3,000MW of wind energy, from 2015.

The companies are bidding on four of the five zones identified by the State as holding potential: Courseulles-sur-Mer (Calvados), Dieppe-Le Tréport (Seine-Maritime, Somme), Fécamp (Seine-Maritime) and Saint-Brieuc (Côtes d’Armor). The consortium will furthermore draw upon a number of industrial partners, in designing and producing offshore wind farms: Areva and Siemens. The consortium estimates that 80% of the business generated by the offshore wind farm market (procurement, production, sub-contracting) will be able to be developed in France.
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