Green hydrogen can play a vital role in decarbonizing the economy and enabling countries to reach net-zero emissions. The economics of producing green hydrogen from electrolysis are maturing as developers scramble to meet expected future demand. Everoze partner Nicolas Chouleur and Neoen hydrogen expert Sacha Lepoutre discuss a case study that shows how stacking different revenue streams could improve the economics of renewable energy projects.
Everoze has today formally launched a new company called Skyray. Skyray’s experienced team will provide design, engineering and site services to owners, developers and EPCs in the large-scale PV market (including new-build solar-storage).
Dans ce dernier blog, Everoze partenaire Siobhan Green montre pourquoi le souci de flexibilité devrait être au cœur des projets de stockage en France métropolitaine.
It’s the right time for us to embrace the changes which are reshaping the French energy market and to play our full role in this.
Should renewable projects be suspicious about this friendly looking player that just arrived in the industry?
Is the captured price a relevant indicator and should one take it into account for a project? The answer is yes.
Northern France has been “due” a better wind year for several years, but of course, that fact makes a good wind year in 2017 no more likely. Everoze Partner Brieuc Pey promises significant reward for information leading to the re-capturing of Northern France’s missing wind speeds.
French Energy and Environment Minister Ségolène Royal appears set to formally kick-off the third tender round with a site off Dunkirk and another off Oléron in the upcoming weeks. A shift in approach – a “grand reboot” – is on the way. We consider this is much needed for this sector.