Meteolien Experts Energies Renouvelables


L'agence de l'eau Adour Garonne (Adour Garonne Water Agency) leads numerous project regarding decentralized international cooperation, projects for which were made productive partnerships with MetEOlien about technical energy studies.

MetEOlien worked with CREAR ESCUELA for a decentralized cooperation project about sewerage and access to drinkable water supported by renewable energies in the desertic region of la Guajira in Colombia.


MetEOlien works with HAMAP for its decentralized cooperation project in Palestine. Created in 1999 HAMAP-Humanitaire is an Non Governmental Organization (NGO) for development aid. Its will is to concretely act for more men, women and children having access to drinkable water and sewerage systems, education, health and security. HAMAP-Humanitaire actions are oriented toward four sectors : engineering, health, education and action against mines Nowadays HAMAP assists thirty projects in twenty one countries.

MetEOlien provides lectures on wind energy at the IMT in Nantes at a master level for the ME3. The European joint Masters of Science in Management and Engineering of Environment and Energy (ME3) is an inter-disciplinary program which brings together : (1) Management and Engineering ; (2) Energy and Environment, and (3) European and outside Europe collaborations. All these aspects make the ME3 Masters course a unique program in European higher education, and constitute the “raison d’être” of the university consortium.

With 15,000 alumni present in all economic sectors, the "Institut National des Sciences Appliquées" of Toulouse, an international, pluridisciplinary, state engineering school, is recognised for the excellence of its five-year education which attracts students of a high academic level and who have obtained excellent results at the Baccalaureat. MetEOlien is implied in the formation of the students for the 4 and 5 years courses in "Génie des Procédés et Environnement", "Génie Mathématique et Modélisation" et "Énergie" in order to allow them to take advantage of their reknown expertise in wind energy.

Both based in Toulouse, Météo-France and MetEOlien (named Equitao in those times) worked together since June 2007 in developping countries that did not have sufficient data of wind history. They created a study atlas for wind power applications and also worked in France to provide quick counter-validations of production yields in wind farms using advanced downscaling methods. In 2009 a partnership started to develop studies for the small wind turbines sector In 2015 MetEOlien and Météo-France worked together on a precise wind atlas for metropolitan France, Guadeloupe, Martinique and Nouvelle Calédonie, produced for the ADEME.