CNR model

CNR at the heart of territories

The organisation of CNR is decentralised with four regional divisions. Each is responsible for carrying out CNR’s missions with concern given to close relations with local actors regarding electricity production, navigation management and territorial development.

CNR’s deliberately decentralised organisation has two goals: that of ensuring a strong, responsible and reactive presence, sensitive to local expectations, and that of deploying the company’s strategy in the Rhone Valley. Its 4 regional divisions also have the task of carrying out the projects of the Missions in the General Interest (MGI) within the territories concerned.

CNR Belley

The Regional Division of Belley manages the developments located along 131 km of the Rhone from the Swiss border to Lagnieu:

  • 69 municipalities distributed over  4 départements
  • More than 2 300 ha of land under concession
  • 110 km ok dikes
  • 6 hydropower plants: Génissiat, Seyssel, Chautagne, Belley, Brégnier-Cordon, Sault-Brénaz
  • 3 recent small hydropower plants : Motz, Yenne and Lavours
  • 777,3 MW of installed capacity
  • Plus de 3 milliards de kWh produced in 2014, i.e. the electricity consumption of more than 5 million inhabitants (excluding heating and hot water)
  • locks for pleasure boats at Savières, Chautagne and Belley and 57 km of navigable waterway
  • 3 pumping stations
  • 159 employees and ten internships 

Regional Division of Belley

Chemin des soupirs 
01303 Belley Cedex
Tél. : 04 79 81 31 36 / Fax : 04 79 81 17 91
cnr.belley@cnr.tm.fr

Cdirection-regionale-de-vienneNR Vienne

The Regional Division of Vienne manages the developments located along 100 km of river between Lyon and Tain l'Hermitage

  • 60 municipalities distributed over 5 departments 
  • 5,200 ha of land under concession
  • 56 km of dikes
  • hydropower plants: Pierre-Bénite, Péage-de-Roussillon, Saint-Vallier, Vaugris 
  • 1 small hydropower plant at Pierre-Bénite   
  • 1 wind farm at Motte-de-Galaure (4 MW)
  • solar power plant at Ozon-Arras (4,2 MWc)
  • 445 MW of installed hydropower capacity
  • 2 248 GWh  produced in 2014, i.e. the electricity consumption of more than 1.9 million inhabitants (excluding heating and hot water)
  • 6 industrial and port sites
  • 181 employees and ten internship

Regional Division of Vienne

ZA de Vérenay - BP 77 Ampuis 
69420 Condrieu cedex 
Tél. : 04 74 78 38 80  / Fax : 04 26 10 24 44 
cnr.vienne@cnr.tm.fr

 

direction-regionale-de-valenceCNR Valence

The Regional Division of Valence manages the developments located along 77 km of river between Saint-Jean de Muzols and Viviers:

 

  • 41 municipalities distributed over 2 departments
  • 4 910 ha of land under concession
  • 135 km ok dikes
  • 4 hydropower plants: Bourg-Lès-Valence, Beauchastel, Baix-le-Logis-Neuf, Montélimar
  • 5 solar power plants in Ardèche: Le Pouzin, Largentière (the largest solar power plant in the Rhône-Alpes Region), Saint-Georges-les-Bains et Orgnac l’Aven (the last three 3 were developed by ADB Solaire)
  • 3 solar power plants in Drôme: Saulce-sur-Rhône, Les Tourrettes, Saint-Restitut
  • 1 wind farm in Ardèche: Le Pouzin
  • 4 940 GWh produced in 2014, i.e. the electricity consumption of more than 1.9 million inhabitants (excluding heating and hot water)
  • 4 industrial and port sites
  • 3 marinas
  • 223 employees abd ten internships

Regional Division of Valence

91, route de la Roche de Glun - BP 326
26503 Bourg-lès-Valence Cedex
Tél. : 04 75 82 78 80 / Fax : 04 75 55 36 44
cnr.valence@cnr.tm.fr

 

CNR Avignon

The Regional Division of Avignon manages the developments located on the 170 km of river between Viviers and the Mediterranean, as well as the locks of Barcarin and Port-Saint-Louis-du-Rhône:

  • 49 municipalities distributed over 5 departments
  • 11 839 ha of land under concession
  • 330 km of dikes
  • 4  hydropower plants: Donzère-Mondragon, Caderousse, Avignon, Vallabrègues
  • 892 MW of installed hydropower capacity  
  • 3 wind farms at Bollène, Beaucaire and Fos-sur-Mer
  • 29 MW of installed wind power capacity
  • 4 solar power plants (ground and roof based), Le Comté (municipalities of Beaucaire and Tarascon) and Coquillon (Vallabrègues)
  • 8,2 MWc of installed solar power capacity 
  • 4 906 GWh  produced in 2014, i.e. the electricity consumption of more than 4.1 million inhabitants (excluding heating and hot water)
  • industrial and port sites
  • 4 pumping stations and a large number of water intakes for agriculture
  • 210 employees and ten internships.

Regional Division of Avignon

25 bis, chemin des rocailles - BP 194
30401 Villeneuve les Avignon cedex
Tél. : 04 90 15 98 00 / Fax : 04 90 25 34 06
cnr.avignon@cnr.tm.fr

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