France-based renewables company Theolia inaugurated its 29.9 MW plant at Castelnau-Peygarol in Averyon département last month. The project was developed by Theolia's development arm, Ventura, while Enercon provided the 13, 2.3 MW turbines. It was an appropriate choice. Castelnau-Peygarol is a stone's throw from the iconic Millau viaduct, the world's highest road bridge, designed by the architect partnership owned by Britain's Sir Norman Foster. Foster also designed Enercon's nacelle in the early 1990s.