Gas and renewable energies: is this the right combination for a carbon-free world ?

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Marie-Laure CHARLOT

In charge of biomethane and ‘Power to Gas’ project‚ GRDF


Expert, ‘Power to Gas’‚ SBC Energy Institute

Dominique RAMARD

Regional advisor for Brittany in charge of energy transition; Vice-president, Dinan federation of municipalities

Christophe THÉBAULT

Marketing director, Atlantic Group

Seminar Guest speakers | Tuesday January 19, 2016 - 19h00 - 21h15

In France, the law dictates the steps to be taken in energy transition between the excessive use of fossil fuels and the possibilities of a clean and infinitely renewable source of energy. Renewable energies, however, are produced locally and fluctuate, and therefore cannot be generated on demand. Storage solutions are necessary and biogas‚ the product of the decomposition of organic waste, and hydrogen‚ the product of the electrolysis of water, could be attractive options by using existing gas networks. Pilot projects and industrial solutions exist. In the meantime, one must solve the delicate question of regulation and how to win the public over.

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This session was published in issue n°120 of the Journal de l'École de Paris du management, entitled La révolution sourde.

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