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Parc éolien de Prony

Produire de l'énergie durable à partir du vent de cette île

New Caledonia
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Localisation
New Caledonia
Type
Wind power
Registry
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Sustainable Development Goals

7. Energie propre et abordable

40,000 MWh

generated on average annually, providing a clean alternative to fossil fuels

8. Travail décent et croissance économique

26 jobs

created for the maintenance and operation of the project, most filled by island nationals

9. Industrie, innovation et infrastructure

Technological know-how

shared with the region, contributing to the development of New Caledoniaís wind energy sector

13. Lutte contre le changement climatique

35,000 tonnes of CO2e

mitigated on average annually

Le projet

Prony Wind Power involves six wind farms located at two different sites on the island of New Caledonia that supply electricity to the local grid. The Kafeate and Prony sites consist of 116 wind turbines with a total capacity of 31 MW, with an estimated yearly production of 40 GWh of emissions-free, renewable electricity.

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Les résultats

By displacing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel power plants with renewable electricity, Prony Wind Power is helping to drive the clean energy transition in regions where there are not the resource to do so. The project has also boosted local economies by creating job opportunities both in building the wind farm and also running it. It has also spreading technological know-how and awareness of climate issues across the island. Prony’s success is a tribute the viability and value of sustainable development in small island nations, promoting climate action, and ultimately increasing climate resilience in the Pacific Island region.

Project ID: 300344
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