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7 key actions to make an energy smart city

13 August 2018 eric morel 0

Making a city smart in terms of energy, projecting it successfully into an energy transition, mainly today to reduce CO2 emissions, can be a complex issue. As a result, it may be difficult to associate it with specific actions. What must be done for this? […]


The energy transition: examples of offensive approaches

6 August 2018 eric morel 0

Unlike the United States and France, which I mentioned recently, countries have adopted, for various reasons, a more offensive strategy in the face of energy transition issues: An offensive strategy by choice: Denmark In 1995, Denmark’s electricity generation is largely dominated by coal (97%). Denmark […]


An energy audit is not a guarantee of performance

23 July 2018 eric morel 0

Many countries have made energy audits mandatory, especially for larger consumers, as part of their energy efficiency policy. But is this provision effective? Is it the first step in the desired energy transition for all consumers? In cases where consumers have little risk of being […]


Disruptive technologies are on our doorstep: Blockchains

16 July 2018 eric morel 0

What are Blockchains? Blockchains are information and communication systems that are particularly suitable for managing “peer to peer” transactions and exchanges. They do not use really new technologies but very innovatively assemble existing technologies for managing registers (databases) of data allowing storage, treatment, exchanges with […]


Does collective self-consumption raise a justified craze?

2 July 2018 eric morel 0

Individual self-consumption of energy produced by photovoltaic panels has been developed for several years in many European countries. The last “big country” to have offered it a legal framework is France in 2017. Today, it seems obvious to have to consume what we produce: the […]

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