This could still be the case tomorrow if these assets are used to transport green gas made in France. Already today, biomethane production and injection is creating a number of disruptive innovations that will be discussed in this plenary session: co-building of a new territorial and environmental approach with the relevant stakeholders, changes to farming practices and the development of agro-ecology, technological disruption requiring changes in how networks are used, adaptation of the industrial sector to a new job-creating opportunity, with local authority engagement to boost this new sector whilst preserving territorial dialogue.
- Jacques-Pierre Quaak, Co-chairperson of the France Gaz Renouvelable association, representing the AAMF (Association of French methane producing farmers)
- Edouard Sauvage, CEO of GRDF
- Aurélien Lugardon, President of Naskeo Environnement
- Philippe Vasseur, President of the mission REV3 – la 3rd industriel revolution in Hauts de France
Facilitation : Jean-Michel Lobry