Renewable electricity

Renewable electricity: the optimisation of energy

Renewable electricity is produced using energies from inexhaustible resources.

There are several main families of renewable electricity:

Wind power (onshore and offshore)

Photovoltaic solar power

The biomass, to produce heat and electricity

Hydraulic power

These various energy sources produce power intermittently due to their very nature, and cannot necessarily meet the instantaneous demand of users or industry.

These energies can be coupled to electricity storage battery systems to match the supply of electricity to the demand for electricity.

An Energy Management System (EMS) for energy consumers, including industry, business and the public sector, is used to control these various sources of energy production and storage, in order to measure, control, save and distribute the right quantity of electricity to the users.

The advantages of renewable electricity

Make savings by optimising consumption

No longer depend on fossil fuels

Contribute to decarbonisation by limiting the growth of your carbon footprint

Improve the image of your company in the eyes of your customers by implementing an environmental transition strategy.

 Eneria can help you to improve your energy balance by developing the best solution based on renewable electricity.

Renewable electricity case studies

Industry: optimise your energy bills and become less dependent on fossil fuels
Wastewater treatment plants: consume solar power produced on site