12 Sep 2017

Terre et Lac Conseil is currently completing the construction of the El Singla wind farm for its customer Avanty (the Langa Group)

It straddles the communes of Prugnanes and Saint-Paul-de-Fenouillet in a hitherto inaccessible and now developed site! All the wind turbines are located on communal land, thus maximising the spin-offs for the local authorities.

It is worth bearing in mind that this project is the first of a framework agreement between TERRE ET LAC CONSEIL and LANGA concerning the identification, development, financing and completion of a portfolio of over 100 MW lasting until 2020. The El Singla wind farm development project began in January 2016 and has lasted close to 18 months. It is due to be activated in July 2017. It has taken 6 months to clear the land and create tracks, about 6 months to create the infrastructure and the rest to assemble the machines.

The site in a few figures:
9 ENERCON E70 wind turbines
Power per unit: 2.3 MW
Overall power of wind farm: 20.7 MW
Yearly production: 51,750 MWh/year, equivalent to the domestic consumption of 45,000 people (excluding heating)
Avoided CO2 emission equivalent: 26,000 tonnes per year

The next construction project will be located in the communes of Bonnet and Houdelaincourt in Meuse (13.2 MW) with larger and more powerful wind turbines (to be activated before the end of the year). To be continued!

Wind Turbines building film

We created this stunning aerial video to explain and show our expertise on building wind turbines and wind farms

25 Jul 2017

A big Thank you to M. Pierre-Henri Bintein

We received a letter of testimony and thanks from the Mayor of Prugnanes, Mr Pierre-Henri Bintein, concerning the El Singla wind project. This testimony summarizes the many years of efforts and joint work that we have carried out in close collaboration with the commune of Prugnanes and Avanty.
We would also like to extend our warmest thanks to the Mayor for his letter, which pleased the entire team of TERRE ET LAC CONSEIL.

22 May 2017

A 6 to 8 wind turbine project

The project consists of a wind farm with 6 to 8 turbines, for a total output of between 18 and 24 MW, scheduled to be installed in 2018-2019 in the commune of Saint Lizaigne, which is part of the Communauté de Communes du Pays d’Issoudun, in the Indre Department in the Centre-Val de Loire Region.