LOCALLY SOURCED POWER

#13 LOCALLY SOURCED POWER

Locally-sourced green electricity to help customers successfully complete their energy transition.


THIS PROJECT IS PRESENTED BY EDF GROUP TEAM

Valérie Dussausoy

Valérie Dussausoy Sales

Samuel Danial

Samuel Danial Agregio

Rémi Lambert

Rémi Lambert Sales

Guillaume Bancarel

Guillaume Bancarel Sales

In a word

With the EDF Group’s Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), a large company can be supplied by a renewable energy producer.

The project

With the EDF Group’s Power Purchase Agreement (PPA), a large company can be supplied by a renewable energy producer.

The PPA is an agreement that enables consumers to source a part of their power supply from a renewable, green energy producer of their own choice (wind, solar).

This novel solution seeks to support the development of renewables by enabling producers to have a guaranteed income over a period of 3 to 25 years, while enabling customers to know where their energy comes from. It also gives them some look-ahead with regard to pricing throughout the duration of the agreement.

The PPA generates sustainable added value for the EDF Group whilst promoting customer loyalty by meeting their new environmental and societal expectations. In the course of 2019, AGREGIO and EDF signed 4 PPA (FEDA Andorra principality, METRO France, Maïsadour and Société Générale). Designed to be replicable, the package continues to be offered to interested companies and communities.

Why is this a game changer ?

1st
player to offer PPAs in France.
The EDF Group’s ability to innovate and change
by creating new business models makes it a key industrial player.
4 PPAs signed by the EDF Group to date.
Numerous discussions underway throughout France and Europe.
Positive spin-offs
in terms of public image for the EDF Group and the regions.
The package is a concrete manifestation of customer commitment to environmental change.

EDF Pulse Internal Awards Calendar

1

6 January 2020

Launch of the 7th edition of the EDF Pulse Internal Awards.
2

31 January 2020

Registration closes. 330 files received.
3

11 March – 13 March 2020

Selection of the 24 finalist projects by the selection committees.
4

23 March 2020

Announcement of the 24 finalist teams
5

2 November – 1st December 2020

Employees vote for their favorite project.
6

12 January - 13 January 2021

Finalists coaching.
7

13 January 2021

Auditions before the members of the Group's Executive Committee. Awards ceremony.
8

13 January 2021

Revelation of the 7 winners!