The energy sector is in full expansion, fueled by growth in global needs, with an estimated 80% increase in demand by 2050. In light of the European Union's announced objective to reduce CO2 emissions and significantly increase the portion of renewable energy by 2020, and given the constantly evolving economic and legal framework, the necessity for energy transition is modifying the approaches and means of all those involved in the sector.
The stakeholders in this sector face several challenges, including complex and evolving regulations, integration in the environment and preserving the fauna and flora, local consent whilst at the same time ensuring supply and reducing overall energy costs.
In France, the draft law on energy transition demonstrates the determination of public authorities to “mobilize all stakeholders, both public and private, towards the expansion” of renewable energy, which now represents a major economic factor.
This industrial sector is experiencing rapid innovation. Certain technologies have reached industrial maturity, while research into new renewable energy resources (marine energy) and new technologies (floating wind turbines, concentrated solar power, etc.) is still developing. It is also energy production, reducing energy consumption must also be considered.
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