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Energy Revolution towards decarbonization

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for who?

Managers

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duration

Digital format offered over 10 weeks: 10 half days in a virtual classroom.

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languages

FR - EN

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modalities

Virtual classroom

This program allows you to understand environmental issues beyond carbon and the concept of life cycle. It allows you to master the basic principles of environmental assessment of products and services (LCA), to learn how to use the results (and ask yourself the right questions) and to know how to use the results as a decision-making tool. And thus avoid decisions that lead to pollution displacement.

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Objectives

  • > Understanding the Energy Revolution >Understand the challenges of the emergence of a low-carbon economy and the new forms of economy (circular economy, industrial ecology) >Understand the challenges and solutions proposed by ENGIE to support our customers and partners towards carbon neutrality >Appreciate and appropriate the levers for action and innovation through concrete and inspiring examples
  • > Technologies for carbon neutrality >Understand who the key players are behind the development and deployment of the technology. Who is collaborating with whom? What are the associated risks? >Discover the opportunities but also the technical, economic and environmental challenges that remain. >Have relevant and up-to-date information on the level of ENGIE's involvement in the technologies and useful contacts within ENGIE.
  • > Environmental issues and decision making >Understand the Group's raison d'être  >Understand the concept of the life cycle of a product or service and the main principles of LCA (standardised reference method) >Make decisions on the basis of this dual understanding: life cycle and multiple environmental criteria, taking into account the methodological limits (uncertainties, etc.) >Understand the associated socio-economic issues

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They tell you about it

Planning

The fundamentals of today's gas and electricity markets
> Introduction to the energy and ecological transition
The challenges of a transition to a low carbon economy
> The electricity value chain: mechanisms, specific issues and major developments
> The gas value chain: presentation of the fundamentals of supply and demand with a view to reviewing the performance of the gas industry, the interplay of players at international level and the maturity of gas markets.
> Practical application: economic choices of an electricity producer and supplier

An energy transition towards carbon neutrality
> The economic and business challenges of green gas (biomethane and hydrogen)
The economic and business challenges of renewable energies
> Putting the "coupling" sector into perspective (better integration of gas and electricity systems in order to benefit from gas/electricity synergies)
> Practical application: impact of renewable energies on economic choices

Accompanying our clients towards carbon neutrality
> Importance of customer orientation in new business
> Solutions proposed by ENGIE to accompany our customers and partners towards carbon neutrality
> Putting it into practice: circular economy and industrial synergies

Introduction
> Why this programme, what are the challenges in relation to the Group's new strategy.

Renewable energy technologies
> Renewable energy technologies (wind, solar and marine) for electricity and heat production.

Green gas
Hydrogen, biomethane, SNG

Life cycle assessment
> Understanding the full environmental benefits of different technologies and avoiding the pollution displacement trap.

Storage technologies
> Energy storage technologies (heat and electricity)

Smart buildings and cities
> Smart city technologies (smart grids, Internet of Things,...)
> Energy efficiency

Industries and territories
> Technologies (smart grids, industry 4.0)
> Energy efficiency

Green mobility
> Green mobility technologies (electricity, natural gas, hydrogen)

Emerging technologies and enablers
> Key technologies (Artificial Intelligence, Big data, Cybersecurity...)

Presentation of the group's raison d'être
Fundamentals of LCA: definitions, main principles, impact calculation methods, operational aspects
Case studies

Case study continued
Concrete testimony from a BU: role of LCA in the Group
Biodiversity" workshop
Water" workshop
Case study and decision making with LCA
Development perspective and research on the subject

Prerequisite

Teaching approach

This programme alternates talks by internal experts and interactive activities (business game, workshops, role-playing) + an e-learning course available in Ulearn.

Modality

Non résidential

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