Energy providers: the skills that make the difference

11 February 2019 eric morel 0

Historical suppliers have experienced the time when technical expertise, including network management, dominated because they allowed, in integrated utilities, to ensure the essential: continuity of service and the quality of energy supplied. We were then in a “pushed” value where the energy provider delivered a […]


An energy transition is judged in the long term

4 February 2019 eric morel 0

An energy transition is like a race for transatlantic sailing: several paths are possible, each of them includes pitfalls and difficulties (storms, lack of wind), the intermediate positions of competitors do not always predict the final result. And what connection with energy transitions? Many articles […]


Energy suppliers: at the heart of a global move

14 January 2019 eric morel 1

Never before have we needed to see all energy consumers change their habits, become more sober, more energy-conscious, and we have never been more aware of the difficulties involved in engaging consumers in this transformation. At the heart of this paradox are the energy suppliers, […]


The energy paradoxes of today

7 January 2019 eric morel 0

If some paradoxes can make us laugh, if others can annoy us, all have the merit of making us think. At the beginning of the year 2019, I propose this recreational post and introduce you, dear readers, my best wishes of accomplishment and happiness for […]


European elections essential for energy

17 December 2018 eric morel 0

The European elections reveal more important issues for energy than one might think at first glance. Europe is at a crossroads. On the one hand, voters think that Europe has no political project, no economic project, no societal project. The desire to push back its […]

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