21 April 2020
Intercontinental Marceau Hotel, Paris
Revolutionising the French energy industry for a green economy

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AN EVENT THAT WILL UNITE THE INTERNATIONAL AND DOMESTIC

CLEAN ENERGY VALUE CHAIN IN PARIS

France is the second largest European economy and home of the Paris Agreement on climate change, and is now a key European country in terms of renewable energy progress. With a mature onshore wind sector, a fast-evolving solar market and a high potential in biomass and offshore wind, the French renewable energy market presents a unique business opportunity for international companies and investors.

This year marks the renewal of the French legal energy roadmap, the Programmation Pluriannuelle de l’Energie (PPE), establishing targets for the whole of the French energy industry for 2028. In a heavily regulated environment, this legal document defines the potential of evolution for each of the renewable energy sectors in France.

 

HEAR FROM 30+ SPEAKERS

MEET OVER 100+ ATTENDEES

EXPERIENCE 7+
HOURS OF CONTENT

 

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Yara Chakhtoura

Yara Chakhtoura has been Managing Director of Vattenfall Éolien SAS since March 2018.

Previously, Ms. Chakhtoura worked at L.E.K. Consulting, a strategy consulting firm, where she started her career.

In 2010, she joined the AREVA group, and in mid-2011 she took over the French Sales Department for the group's offshore wind activity, which was selected by the French government for the production of a total of 1,500 MW with its Iberdrola partners / RES then Engie / EDPR.

At the end of 2014, she joined TechnicAtome (formerly AREVA TA), specialised in naval nuclear propulsion; she became Director of Trade and Industrial Cooperation and member of the Executive Committee.

Yara is a graduate of Ecole Centrale Paris, with a Masters in Climate Change Management from Oxford University and a director of the Naval School.

Jean-Baptiste Galland

Jean-Baptiste Galland holds degrees in mathematics and economics from Parix IX Dauphine and ENSAE as well as a management degree from Mc-Gill.

After graduation in 1982, he joined EDF in the Strategy and Tariffs department where he held several responsibilities, one in particular as Head of the Tariff department.

In 1990, he joined the Distribution business where he managed local distribution and commercial activities both in gas and electricity in various parts of France during 10 years.

In 2000, he joined the Finance Department of EDF Group in Paris where he prepared the 2001-2003 agreement between the French state and EDF group that paved the way to the future IPO and was involved in the preparation of the latter successful IPO of EDF.

WHY NOW?

1.    The PPE is setting higher targets and a framework for the development of renewable energy sectors in France this year and to 2028


2.    Offshore is a big topic this year with Dunkirk call for tenders and the end of the trial for the first two offshore projects which were on hold for the last eight years


3.    Solar is kicking off notably with EDF having committed to develop 30 GW by 2035 and ambitious PPE targets. 

WHY ENER-REV IS A VALUABLE DAY OUT OF THE OFFICE

"Green Power delivered a fantastic conference with a very good balance of commercial and industrial project examples and broader examples of green connected markets." CEO, Re Cap