Mauritius is severely exposed to climate change and is classified as a Small Island Developing States (SIDS). The project is reducing the use of fossil fuels, thereby leading to saving natural resources on the island and savings in Mauritius foreign exchange. The project features state-of-the-art solar panels in Mauritius, helping the island to reduce coal and oil’s imports, and help Mauritius to achieve its « sustainable island » plan. In the last decade, more than 80% of the energy used in the country comes from imported fossil fuels.
Qair is an Independent Power Producer (IPP), operating 230 MW of power generation assets exclusively from renewable sources operating in 16 countries.
Thanks to its worldwide, Qair continues its global, reasoned and “multi-local” development. Local partnership and empowerment is a key element in Qair’s development process. Qair is now the leader in wind and solar energy production in Mauritius with 35 MW in exploitation in the island.