Energy transition once again raises the question of the role of regional authorities in energy management – for production, supply and consumption. More than just simple positioning, their aim is to create the conditions for public-private cooperation to encourage the development of new sectors and jobs that best serve the public.
ENEA works with regional public authorities to address this situation at the local level.
Delving deeper into a subject or a vision thanks to rigorous studies
Study the main environmental and social evolutions expected for 2030, to be able to seize opportunities (new markets, new products and services) and manage risks.
Provide a clear and objective vision of a technology or a market, based on a precise and rigorous analysis of an energy sector, in order to prepare a strategic position.
Provide monthly reports highlighting key information gleaned from publications across the world to keep watch over evolutions in a sector, from technologies to its actors.
Taking a position on a market or a technology thanks to strategic recommendations and analyses
Lead the co-construction of an ambitious roadmap bringing together industry and public actors to work on the strengths of each region and technologies of the future, to anchor energy transition at the local level.
Implementing projects thanks to operational support
Set up or boost innovation projects (internal or collaborative) and assist in finding partners and/or financing.
Provide support to projects during their feasibility and project works phases to develop energy projects at a local level.