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Bolloré Logistics at the Africa Energy Forum

Copenhagen. 07 June 2017

Bolloré Transport & Logistics will present its solutions for the energy industries development in Africa at the Africa Energy Forum in Copenhagen from 7 to 9 June 2017.

[Translate to English:] Bolloré Transport & Logistics - Service industrie énergétique en Afrique

Africa has begun its energy revolution. The continent is today the most dynamic region in the world in terms of developing strategies and projects to facilitate and increase access to energy. Renewable energies are at the center of their energetic mix.

Every year, the Africa Energy Forum gathers government officials from many African countries and international professionals of the energy industry.

Bolloré Transport & Logistics is a major and historical player in large-scale projects on the African continent. Present in 46 countries, the company will present its services and solutions for the continent’s energy development.

First integrated logistics network serving the energy industry in Africa

Bolloré Logistics is today a key partner for many projects in the energy sector such as solar farms, wind farms, thermal power plants, on and off-grid networks. Offering services and solutions on the entire logistics supply chain, its expertise enables it to face complex challenges. For example, the transport of heavy lifts such as turbines, wind turbine blades... Even in remote areas, while respecting deadlines and safety standards. 

Supplier of innovative storage solutions for the development of renewable industries

Blue Solutions, a subsidiary of the Bolloré Group, develops energy storage solutions, based on patented Lithium Metal Polymer technology, ranging from a few hundred kWh to several MWh.
It presents a range of solutions for all the actors of the electric grids. These solutions will enable the integration of renewable energies and provide various services to the consumers of electric grids (companies, industrialists, states, etc). These solutions are especially developed in areas that are not or poorly interconnected to reduce the energy gap and allow the access to energy. These solutions, tested in 5 African countries since 2014, have shown technological benefits, notably in terms of safety and climatic constraints.

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