Hoffmann Green Signs a 6-year Partnership Agreement With Fondéole Group
Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies announces that it has signed a 6-year contract with volume commitments, starting in 2022, with Fondéole Group, for the supply and promotion of 0% clinker and energy-saving H-IONA and H-UKR cement.
October 13, 2022. By News Bureau
As a historical player in the wind energy sector and builder of more than 800 wind turbines in 140 wind farms since 2006, Fondéole Group is committed to using and promoting Hoffmann cements in the French wind energy sector.
Hoffmann Green and Fondéole Group aim to build 50% of onshore and offshore wind turbine foundations with Hoffmann cements by 2028, which represents approximately 50,000 tons of cement.
Julien BLANCHARD and David HOFFMANN, Co-founders of Hoffmann Green Cement Technologies, said: "The current energy crisis reminds us of the urgent need to act in favour of renewable energies. We are therefore very proud of this partnership because it allows us to combine the expertise of a carbon-free, energy-efficient construction company with that of a major player in the wind energy sector, all in the interests of the climate transition. This contract should represent significant volumes. The joint ambition of Hoffmann Green and Fondéole is to achieve 50% of the wind turbine foundation market with Hoffmann 0% clinker cements by 2028, i.e. an annual volume of around 50,000 tons."
Arnaud GUILLAUME and Mélaine BESSE, co-founders of Fondéole, specify: “Respecting the environment as much as possible is at the heart of our raison d'être when we are specialists in wind energy. The use of Hoffmann 0% clinker cements in the construction of our foundations is part of this approach. This collaboration will allow us to significantly reduce our CO2 emissions and ultimately decarbonise a large part of the foundations for wind farms.”
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