Call for project closed the 31|03|17
Anyone can be an energy producer nowadays, but the challenge we’re facing is how to organize the best possible network that satisfies the requirements of both accommodating renewable energies and keeping electricity available.
The term "distributed generation" or "decentralized generation" refers to the production of electrical energy using small-scale facilities that are most often installed locally, close to where energy will be produced.
The advent of such micro-generation units – wind, solar, biomass, geothermal energy in particular – allows energy consumers to also be producers. So the network and its various stakeholders need adapt while meeting the same overall goal: producing enough to cover consumption needs.
ENGIE is looking for innovative projects or business models for:
Deadline for applications: 31/03/2017
Rewards and benefits if your project is selected:
Eligibility and Selection criteria:
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ENGIE will host a 400 square meter Energy Lab where around 30 startups will be invited to present their projects and pitch their solutions.
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