Marc Théry is the Energy Manager in Le Mené, a municipality in Brittany, France who can be named substitutional for a movement which is rapidly gaining momentum globally: The Community Energy Movement. As renewable energies unfold their impact locally, it in fact mostly cities and communities investing in renewable sources to ensure that revenues stay in the region. “We want to produce the energy we use and not export energy and buy it back from EDF (French Utility) which is completely crazy as an economic model.” says Marc Théry. With this opinion, he is not alone. [Read more →]
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How the transition of the global energy sectors challenges the world as we know it. And why this is good news!
Delegates from more than 130 countries and world`s leading renewable energy experts meet for the next three days to discuss the global energy transition. The annual Assembly of the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) has become one of the most important gathering. In fact, the way energy is produced, distributed and consumed in our societies is undergoing fundamental changes. With the majority of energy investments already going into renewable energy, we are doing more than substituting oil, gas, coal and nuclear with free energy from the wind and the sun. We are in fact building an entirely new global energy sector with a completely different DNA. [Read more →]
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