Laurence Poirier-Dietz

"The new energy sources market is part of this new de-carbonised world, which is decentralised and digitalised, in a sufficiently logical manner to produce cheaper, cleaner and greener forms of energy"

What is the context surrounding the new energies market?

The new energy sources market is part of this new de-carbonised world, which is decentralised and digitalised, in a sufficiently logical manner to produce cheaper, cleaner and greener forms of energy. A large number of wind farms and solar photovoltaic projects have seen the day in recent years. The market is expanding widely in France and around the world.

What issues affect your customers?

In my opinion, our customers address this renewable energy challenge across three factors:

  • the flexibility and adaptation of resources to consume energy more intelligently and make better use of it;
  • reduce the cost of energy;
  • demonstrate a greener global footprint to contribute to a better world for all.

What added-value does ENGIE Ineo bring to the market?

For over a dozen years, ENGIE Ineo has demonstrated robust skills in solar and wind technologies. Our desire is to be a key player in this new world, whether in France or internationally. Therefore, we strive to meet all these customer requirements with turnkey solutions.

What place is there for innovation on the market?

Innovation is primordial on this market. It’s a highly competitive market, where energy prices are falling. This means that the production facilities must have increasingly lower prices and be more and more efficient. We are therefore in contact with all stakeholders across the value chain, to deliver the most efficient, economical and sustainable solutions possible to our customers.

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