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Session 3: Which skills and tools to support energy communities?

The development of projects sharing in situ renewable energy is carried out in a variety of configurations and for a variety of stakeholders. It is no longer just a question of defining an optimal technical solution from an economic point of view, but of reconciling the expectations of several stakeholders and environmental issues. This session presents required skills and new decision-support tools for energy community projects.

Chairman: Frédéric WURTZ, Université Grenoble Alpes
Discussing speaker: Julien POUGET, HES-SO Valais-Wallis

Qualitative study of skills needs for community energy projects, Yael ZEKARIA, Ruzanna CHITCHYAN / University of Bristol
Analyse qualitative pour la modélisation de contraintes et d'objectifs des parties prenantes d'un projet énergétique local, Lou MORRIET, Gilles DEBIZET, Frédéric WURTZ / Université Grenoble Alpes
Analyse technico-économique multi-acteurs de la conception optimale d'un système de valorisation de chaleur fatale sur réseau de chaleur, Jaume FITO, Julien RAMOUSSE / Université Savoie Mont Blanc, Sacha HODENCQ, Lou MORRIET, Frédéric WURTZ, Gilles DEBIZET / Université Grenoble Alpes
Accurate tool to help estimate the economic profitability of a PV installation, used in the Group-it project, Alan LAURAUX / HES-SO Valais-Wallis

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Submitted on February 23, 2024

Updated on February 23, 2024