ADEME is taking part in the 30 June event, which will aim to provide feedback on projects and share experiences between public authorities, national agencies and other Energy efficiency obligations stakeholders.
Agence de l'Environnement et de la Maîtrise de l’Énergie
Mediterranean energy transition: 2040 scenario
This document is the summary of the Mediterranean energy transition scenario findings elaborated and developed within the framework of the cooperation between the Mediterranean association of the national agencies for energy conservation (MEDENER), the Mediterranean energy observatory (OME) and ADEME.
Since 2009, ADEME has played a key role in supporting the structuring of the smart grid sector. The Agency has helped to fund the first large-scale projects through the Investments for the Future Programme steered by the General Commissariat for Investment.
After major progress during COP21, COP22 took over the challenge in Marrakesh (November 7 -18). In order to make the Paris Agreement a reality, COP22 sought to implement concrete actions for adaptation, transparency, technology transfer, mitigation, capacity building and loss and damage.
It presents the issues involved in using hydrogen in the energy transportation and storage sectors for the purposes of promoting renewable energies. The stationary uses of the hydrogen carrier and fuel cells (e.g.: to heat or provide electric power for a building) are not discussed here.