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Renewable heat

The rise of renewable heat

Renewable heat, which has long been the poor cousin of energy policy, is now the subject of much attention. While in the SFEC, the objective is to increase carbon-free electricity production by 10% by 2030 - and 55% by 2050 - the goal is to double low-carbon heat production by 2035.

In 2024, we will be particularly attentive to the following topics:

  1. The progress dynamics of geothermal heat pumps in the tertiary and collective housing sectors.

  2. Competition over biomass and its ability to meet industrial decarbonization expectations.

  3. Competitiveness domains and progress in various emerging technologies in their applications to decarbonize industry: solar thermal, heat storage (recovery or storage of intermittent heat production), ORC, etc.

  4. The time-to-market of nuclear energy and its ability to meet the decarbonization needs of heat networks and industry.

Clémence de Pommereau
Quentin Lecomte

E-CUBE has developed strong expertise in the field of "renewable heat" through its recent projects and the experience of its consultants. We would be happy to discuss market perspectives and opportunities with you. You can contact Clémence de Pommereau ( or Quentin Lecomte ( to schedule a discussion on the subject.

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