“Aedes” from the Latin meaning “temple”, “home”, this place in which loved ones gather to share… a place of infinite and collective energy!
Aedes Energies was born from the deep conviction of its founders, Thomas and Aghiles GUIROUS, that renewable energies can play a strategic and virtuous role in the territorial development.
Based on their professional experience in the fields of public construction and energy development, they decided to pool their skills and experience to build a new, more ethical model, in which the human element is placed at the centre of attention.
In each territory where Aedes Energies is active, a close collaboration with local authorities is established. Because each project starts with a good relationship.
For greater proximity and availability, Aedes Energies is located in three geographical areas:
Aedes Energies relies on a committed and enthusiastic multidisciplinary team.
Our employees have a high level of training and long experience in the fields of renewable energy and land use planning, with in-depth expertise in the fields of law, the environment, electrical engineering and the management of complex projects.
“Our value-added services lies in the proximity and the sharing of ethics and equality… this is the signature of Aedes Energies”
With a legal background, specialising in urban planning law and management, Thomas spent 15 years in public contracting where he and his teams successfully completed large-scale projects on behalf of local authorities.
Co-founder of Aedes Energies, he is in charge of the general administration of the company, the development of projects and the implementation of partnerships.
With a legal background, Aghiles has spent several years working for several large groups in the renewable energy sector. Specialised in environmental and sustainable development law, he has participated in the realisation of numerous wind and solar photovoltaic projects.
Co-founder of Aedes Energies, he is in charge of developing the territorial strategy, interacting with local authorities and the public.
We are convinced that it is imperative to see every partnership as a handshake and not as an arm wrestle.