distribution grid expansion

How to lower grid expansion costs in distribution grids – An analysis by P3 energy

The aim of this study is to conduct a structured, technical and economic comparison of different technologies using standard grids and local scenarios to find answers to the following three […]

La France et le solaire 1

French photovoltaic power: A solar failure ?

  According to Nicolas Balland, EUROGROUP CONSULTING associate, the photovoltaic sector must find its place in the french energy landscape, and become a prime subject in the national debate regarding […]

panneaux photovoltaiques français, en france

Is there any room for improvement for the French solar industry?

At the mercy of stop-and-go politics, the French solar industry begs for more political stability. However, a critical observer may wonder if the ground is prepared for its take-off… Far […]

Electricity and customer management

European energy suppliers benchmark 2013: in the competition for customer loyalty making a key success factor out of the multichannel strategy

Every year Eurogroup Consulting benchmarks the multichannel practices of energy suppliers in Europe in order to better highlight how a multichannel strategy serves the company global goals and how to […]

Smart Grid

Smart Grids, mirage or reality?

It’s the talk of the town…Smart Grids, or intelligent networks, are described as one of the answers to the issues raised by the electricity system in the ten coming years. […]

nuclear power plant

Competitiveness: energy at the heart of the French machinery

In the debate on French competitiveness, the evolution of the trade balance points out the strategic importance of the energy sector. For many years, the French industry has managed to […]


Smart Grids: What is at stake for DSOs?

  Interview with Marc Boillot, member of the COMEX ERDF, senior VP for strategy and project development What is at stake in the coming years? Marc Boillot.- The ERDF network, […]

Image-Switch North vs South

Cross-Channel in Northern and Southern Europe:

In recent years, two factors have left their mark on the European energy market. Firstly, since the 1st of July 2007, this market has been liberalized, which has resulted in […]

Centrale nucléaire

After Fukushima, reinvest into secure nuclear power

After Fukushima’s nuclear accident, many questions have been raised about the safety of nuclear power plants on our territory and the fact that they are kept open. Today, the French […]

Professor Orecchini

What trends for E-Mobility today?

Interview with an expert Professor Fabio Orecchini presides over the SEM Research Centre at the University of  Rome (Sapienza). This research unit orchestrates the debate among industry actors in Italy regarding […]

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