French Environment & Energy Management Agency planned to develop 28.5 MW Groix & Belle Ile Floating Offshore Wind Farm Project, in Groix, Bretagne, France. Ferme Eolienne Flottante de Groix & Belle-Ile, a consortium of Eolfi, CGN, Caisse des Depots Et Consignations, la Banque des Territoires and Meridiam was the contractor of the project. Vestas Wind Systems A/S supplied turbines. Naval Energies was the main contractor for developing the wind turbine floaters. The project had a capacity of 28.5 MW. Originally, the capacity was 24 MW with 4 wind turbines of 6 MW each. It would feature three MHI Vestas V 164-9.5 MW wind turbines, which would be installed on floaters in a water depth between 55 m and 70 m. Each turbine had a rotor diameter of 164 m and a swept area of 21,124 m². The project was the first oceanic offshore floating wind project in France. It would improve local electricity. The renewable marine energy project formed a part of the Brittany energy policy.