Access to energy is at the heart of economic, social and environmental issues
First of all, let us recall that the availability of energy only allows the economic and social development of a territory if it fulfills the following conditions:
- Abundant energy with regard to the needs
- Energy easily mobilized by this territory
- Competitive energy financially
Obviously, not all energy sources available in each territory meet all of these criteria. This is where the public authority plays a decisive role in regulating a sector in which emerges:
- Financial tensions: fair remuneration for production / distribution
- Economic and social tensions: a socially acceptable purchase cost
- Tensions related to the risk of supply disruption and the associated geopolitical risks
Moreover, energy sobriety and increased energy efficiency will also play a critical role in the supply-demand balance. The cheapest kWh is indeed the one that is not produced / consumed. Nevertheless, the world will have to face increasing energy needs, since by 2050 the world's population is expected to increase by more than 30%. Thus, whatever the efforts on the various levels, it must not be forgotten that more than one billion people will legitimately increase significantly the overall energy consumption to enable them to reach a satisfactory standard of living.
Thus, the last decades have been marked by a lasting awareness of the energy problems that our planet has to face. This challenge entails a profound change in our energy approach, which seeks not only to diversify energy sources but also to introduce new energy vectors to meet our nomadic behaviors.
The change of paradigm: new energies more decarbonized, digitized, decentralized
In this context, Carbonexit Consulting supports low-carbon industrial companies, particularly in the hydrogen and fuel cells sector, the hydraulics sector and the nuclear sector.
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