This system breaks with conventional contractual agreements. Although the framework still remains to be defined (decisions of the French Energy Regulatory Commission (CRE), incentives in the government’s Solar Plan, etc.), a few measures developed at the initiative of local authorities and social housing landlords are now bearing fruit and producing valuable inputs.
What types of collective self-consumption models are emerging? What are the consequences for the grid? What new role is there for local authorities in rolling-out these projects? How can the various stakeholders work together?
- Anne-Claire Faure, PV and grid project manager, Hespul
- Frédérique Seels, Vice-president in charge of the economy, trade and crafts at Lille European Metropolis
- Julien Lozinguez, Deputy director - Haut-Pays du Montreuillois Community of Communes
- Lionel Courdavault, President, Syndicat Mixte du SCoT du Grand Douaisis
- Jérôme Monier, Head of the energy department, Syndicat Mixte du SCoT du Grand Douaisis
- Jean Baptiste Galland, Strategy director, ENEDIS