TSE, one of the first signatories of the solar pact between the State and the industry

TSE, one of the first signatories of the solar pact between the State and the industry

This Friday, April 5, TSE co-signed the solar reindustrialization pact supported by the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industrial Sovereignty. This pact aims to accelerate the deployment of photovoltaics while promoting production “made in France and made in Europe”.

TSE, an independent French solar energy producer and a leading player in Agrivoltaics, welcomes the strong commitment of Bruno Le Maire, Minister of Economy, Finance and Industrial and Digital Sovereignty and Roland Lescure, Deputy Minister in charge of Industry and Energy. The solar pact marks the ambition to make photovoltaics a great French success by pursuing a double objective: to accelerate the energy transition and ensure sovereignty economic and industrial. To achieve this, the entire sector — manufacturers, buyers and developers — and the State are collectively mobilizing to accelerate deployments and rebuild the French and European photovoltaic industry.

Indeed, solar is a priority for the State, the objective being to multiply by 5 the installed photovoltaic capacity to reach 100GW by 2035, as recalled by the Minister of the Economy when signing the pact. This objective goes hand in hand with the revival of the European photovoltaic industry, encouraged at European level by the Net Zero Industry Act (NZIA), which sets a target of at least 40% of installed panels.” Made in Europe ”.

Through this initiative, TSE reaffirms its commitment to mastering all value chain of solar energy production for a local energy unlimited, the cheapest and decarbonized. In this perspective, TSE is a founding member of the Holosolis consortium, which is carrying out a gigafactory project to manufacture solar panels in Moselle. This major industrial project will contribute to accelerating the energy transition and reducing dependence on imports, knowing that more than 90% of the photovoltaic modules installed in the European Union are imported.

Pierre-Yves Lambert, CEO of TSE declares: “We are proud to be signatories of the solar reindustrialization pact. This represents an essential element of our desire to produce a local and carbon-free energy. It must allow our country and Europe to revitalize the entire solar sector and to repatriate its technological skills. TSE, whose ambition is to develop 10GW of solar projects within 10 years, will bring the quality of its know-how, its market experience and its capacity for innovation in a sector in constant evolution.”