An efficient strategy in the complex world of energy
The reality of the energy world is all the more complex as it is in constant evolution and the prices are particularly volatile. In this context, it is difficult for a company to define the right strategy in the mid to long term to reduce its energy bill and its carbon impact. The aim is to minimise the associated investment by securing the achievement of the objectives.
The increasingly complex, changing world of energy with volatile prices
Within an energy environment in full transformation, if we want to optimise energy performance and diminish costs and CO₂ emissions, we must take into account more and more elements:
- the emergence of new technologies, such as very high temperature heat pumps, hydrogen, concentrated solar technology,
- the decreasing cost of existing technology (energy storage, photovoltaic…),
- the possible variations of energy prices (current tendency for rise in electricity prices, announced increase in the price of coal, CO₂ or guarantees of origin ),
- the evolution of industrial tools and consumption,
- the change of regulations and legal obligations (RT2012, refrigeration gas…),
- the simplification of administrative authorities,
- the liberalisation of markets such as exemptions on self-production of renewable energy,
- changes to the subsidiary and support mechanisms (progressive disappearance of guaranteed prices in solar, standard forms of the energy saving certificate…).
The difficult reduction of the energy bill and carbon impact
More and more companies and local authorities are setting internal objectives and making public energy efficiency commitments, increasing the share of renewable energy in their energy mix and reducing their CO₂ emissions by 2025, 2030 or 2050.
To draw up a roadmap which mobilises teams, anticipates financial resources and structures partnerships in order to implement the necessary plan of action, it is imperative to synthesize the current consumption and the available solutions on the market then projecting forward overall to the future.
A five, ten or 15 year energetic strategy
In order to establish their ambitions in the long term, the energy consumers must define a strategy and a roadmap which allows them to secure their objectives all while minimising the costs and necessary human resources.
Orygeen accompanies them by intervening on five key axises:
Analysing the consumption, industrial and environmental policy
Defining a long term plan tailored to the company’s specific objectives and constraints to be reached
Writing up a detailed roadmap covering a range of sites over several countries
Quantifying economic gains, the impact of CO₂ and the associated costs
Constructing an optimised financing strategy including CAPEX, third-party financing and PPA purchasing contracts