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8 February 2018

Agregio signs a contract with JP Energie Environnement to aggregate its renewable output

Agregio is signing an exclusive framework aggregation contract for the projects being developed by JP Energie Environnement, a subsidiary of the Nass Group, which develops and runs wind farms and solar parks in France. JP Energie Environnement is one of the successful bidders in the solar call for tenders issued by the CRE (the Commission de Régulation de l’Energie, French Energy Regulatory Commission).

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Agregio signs a contract with JP Energie Environnement to aggregate its renewable output.

Press release of 8 February 2018

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About Agregio

As power systems and markets become more and more decentralized, producers, grid system operators, storage assets managers and industrial and tertiary consumers require a partner that is able to sustainably secure their income and develop the full potential of their energy assets. With a portfolio of more than 4 GW under contract for 2021, Agregio is a major aggregator in France. The company optimizes renewable energy generation, demand response and storage assets’ flexibilities. Agregio’s virtual power plant is an innovative and responsive piece of technology. The company draws on its comprehensive knowledge of the electricity markets and expertise in the optimization of energy assets across all market mechanisms: energy markets (day ahead, intraday and futures), capacity mechanism, balancing mechanism, manual frequency restoration reserve, demand-side response TSO tenders, ancillary services (frequency containment reserve and automatic frequency restoration reserve), guarantees of origin and more. In this way, Agregio supports the energy transition through innovative, tailored solutions and technologies that help tackle new challenges in local energy management. www.agregio.com

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