Kallista Energies Renouvelables SAS was acquired by Ardian on May 20, 2009

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Kallista Energies Renouvelables SAS

82 Boulevard Haussman,
Paris, 75008
France,
+33 1 58 22 21 85

Kallista’s wind assets represent one of the most important wind farm platforms in France with a total of 15 wind farms giving a total capacity of 163 MW, which are mainly situated within a 300km radius to the north, west and south of Paris.


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