Since the opening of the French energy market to competition, AFIEG members have become key players. They create innovative commercial offers and take part in call for tenders in to invest in capacity production in France.

How to become a member

Members
Logo-Alpiq-site-web-AFIEG-1

ALPIQ ENERGIE FRANCE

Visit website
Logo-BKW-site-web-AFIEG

BKW FRANCE

Visit website
Gazprom_big

GAZPROM ENERGY

Visit website
Celest_big

Celest

CELEST gathers together natural gas-fired combined-cycle power generation modules, one at Pont-sur-Sambre (Nord) and the other at Toul (Meurthe-et Moselle). These gas-fired power stations at the cutting edge of technology with a combined power output of 825 MW (equates to the annual electrical consumption of 800000 people) make CELEST the second most important non-incumbent power producer in France, and also the fourth power producer in France.

Visit website
Uniper_big

Uniper France (ex-E.ON France)

Visit website
Vattenfall_big

Vattenfall France

Visit website
Fortum

FORTUM

FORTUM est une entreprise finlandaise active dans plus de dix pays. Elle est depuis un siècle un acteur de premier plan de l’hydroélectricité. La France et la Finlande présentent des mix énergétiques similaires, très largement décarbonés, dont le nucléaire et l’hydroélectricité sont des piliers. En France, FORTUM entend participer au développement des énergies renouvelables, et notamment l’hydroélectricité et l’e-mobilité

Visit website
Associated members
primeo_energie_rgb_72dpi

PRIMEO ENERGIES

Visit website
Novawatt_big

NOVAWATT

Visit website