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In the face of climate change and environmental challenges, it is essential that current energy production, distribution and consumption models change. This is what we call the energy transition. And in this process, industry is a major lever because it contributes to the decarbonization of processes and participates in research to develop the energy sources of tomorrow. In this article, we will look in more detail at the concept of new energy systems and the challenges that this represents for the industry.

What is the new energy systems sector?

The new energy systems sector brings together all the manufacturers involved in the energy transition and represents more than 41 billion euros in sales and more than 210,000 jobs in France. It covers the renewable energy, energy efficiency, energy storage and smart energy networks sectors. The idea is to rely on this sector to accelerate the energy transition in France, which must transform an energy system that relies on fossil fuels into a system that relies on renewable energies.

The Strategic Committee for the "New Energy Systems" sector

Operational since 2010, the Strategic Committees of the sector bring together manufacturers, the State and trade unions within the National Council of Industry. The "New Energy Systems" Strategic Committee is working to turn the energy transition into an opportunity to reindustrialize the country. To meet this challenge, define priorities and work areas, a contract for the new energy systems 2021-2023 has been signed. It is in the continuity of that of 2019, which already aimed to support businesses.

The challenges of the new energy systems contract for industries

The new energy systems represent a real challenge for the industry. Indeed, the contract signed in November 2021, which formalizes the reciprocal commitments of industrialists, the State and trade unions, must ensure access to low-carbon energy for all, while strengthening the competitiveness of renewable energy and optimizing the use of energy.

Its ambition is to develop the energy transition industry in a competitive way and to reindustrialize France, through 4 major axes:

  • Developing a competitive supply of renewable and low-carbon energy

  • Accelerate the deployment of offshore wind power to have a competitive industry

  • Make methanization competitive by 2030

  • Supporting innovation in future technologies for the production and storage of carbon-free hydrogen.

Optimizing energy efficiency and energy use

Strengthen the competitiveness of our industry through energy savings
Massify renovations by relying on energy performance contracts.

Engage in a strategic industrial reconquest

Develop innovative industrial champions in the field of photovoltaic solar energy
Within 5 years, create a competitive industrial offer on the international battery market, based in France, with the support of Europe.

Unite the industry around cross-functional dynamics and support for change

Anticipate new technological waves and mobilize players to implement proposals
Anticipate skills needs and support career paths.
Accelerate the growth of industrial SMEs and ETIs by strengthening their access to markets and the industrialization of innovative mature technologies.

The challenge for the new energy systems industry is both financial and technological. It must deploy competitive solutions and master digital technologies, which enable it to make new proposals for the production, distribution and consumption of energy.

And to put all this in place, France can count on a network of industrial companies that are internationally renowned, as well as on research institutes and major energy and equipment groups.

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