Energy

The “Clean Energy Package for all Europeans” adopted by Europe in 2016 aimed to adapt the directives and regulations defining the framework for the decade 2020 – 2030 to accompany Europe’s energy transition at a controlled cost and provide clean and accessible energy to all Europeans. Among the main priorities selected: to give primacy to energy efficiency and to achieve world leadership in the renewable energy sector. In fact, the directives revised in 2018 the targets set in these two areas: energy efficiency will have to be improved by at least 32.5% by 2030 and the share of energy produced from renewable sources will have to be increased to 32% by 2030 at EU level.

The solutions that can be integrated into the energy transition process essentially include energy efficiency devices (for industry or buildings), decarbonated energy production facilities (methanisation, ‘green’ hydrogen, renewable energy, etc.), equipment for recovering energy loss in industrial processes or heating networks, not forgetting energy storage solutions. All these solutions are increasingly based on digital technology and data processing (e.g. control, metering, etc.).

Energy efficiency and management

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Energy efficiency, in the sense of "consuming less and better for the same service", applies to products as well as processes in industry, buildings, transportation and networks. It is increasingly based on the development of innovations in which intelligent technologies and digital solutions play a major role (data processing, new services, connected objects, etc.).

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Energy storage

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There are different forms of energy storage. Thermal energy (heat) is most often stored in the form of heat (cf. phase change materials, molten salts, hydrogen production...). On the other hand, electrical energy must be transformed in order to be stored. Here, the possibilities vary: electrochemical storage with batteries (e.g. lithium-ion), thermodynamic storage with compress...

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Recovery energy

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Heat recovery and valorization are key elements in the decarbonation objective. This concerns industry, of course, where more than a third of the combustible energy consumed is rejected in the form of heat. The recovered heat can be re-injected into the plant's own processes, used to heat the premises or contribute to the production of domestic hot water. But this also applies ...

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Renewable energy

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Photovoltaic or thermal solar energy, wind power, biomass, marine energy, but also waste-to-energy, renewable gases..., the range of renewable energies is wide and allows you to compose a real mix according to your specific needs and location. In addition to the new objective of increasing the share of energy produced from renewable sources to 32% by 2030 on a European scale, t...

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