Utilities

Sell electricity and gas or energy intelligence?

27 August 2018 eric morel 0

The main activity, what do I say ?, the sole activity of energy companies vis-à-vis their residential customers has been, for decades, to provide and sell them, gas and electricity, in seemingly unlimited quantity and with a minimum of shortages. For some years now, evolutions […]

Policies

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 […]

Vision

The energy transition of today and tomorrow

16 April 2018 eric morel 0

An energy transition, i.e. a significant change in the energy mix, considered most often in a country, is only relevant if it significantly improves one of the expected performances of energy systems and markets: the cost of energy, its availability, the energy independence of the […]

Industry

Energy transition: your partners are limiting yourself!

5 March 2018 eric morel 0

The energy revolution is a systemic revolution. The evolutions of all the elements, means of production of electricity or heat, topology of the distribution networks, opening and liberalization of the gas and electricity markets, mode of consumption, are evolutions that are so important and numerous […]

Vision

The energy mix: a question of dosage!

18 December 2017 eric morel 0

Managing an energy transition is now the challenge for all countries under the pressure of the global greenhouse gas reduction targets. Above all, the debates in all countries show that an energy transition is reflected and described first of all as an evolution of the […]

Utilities

Is the energy transition the same for everyone?

9 October 2017 eric morel 0

In Europe, the energy revolution is underway. Renewable energies are expanding, energy systems are digitized, micro-producers are organizing themselves and disintermediation movements are underway. That sounds a lot; I am convinced that we are only at the beginning of the transformation of the energy sector. […]

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