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Green light for green hydrogen – WESTKÜSTE100 receives funding approval from the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs

Publish on 05/08/2020

First real-world laboratory of the energy transition to focus on cross-sector coupling and hydrogen technologies gets under way

(Hemmingstedt/Berlin, 3 August 2020) — Today the consortium behind the WESTKÜSTE100 project received the go-ahead and funding approval from the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy that will make it Germany’s first hydrogen project included in the “real-world laboratories fostering the energy transition” programme. The project is backed by an investment volume totalling 89 million euros. The funding volume approved for the project’s launch on 1 August 2020 amounts to 30 million euros. As a result, the real-world laboratory project has taken a significant step forward towards its goal of progressively establishing a regional hydrogen economy on an industrial scale. The consortium brings together a total of ten partners: EDF Deutschland, Holcim Deutschland, OGE, Ørsted Deutschland, Raffinerie Heide, Heide’s municipal utility, Thüga, and thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, along with the Region Heide development agency and the Westküste University of Applied Sciences. They plan to produce green hydrogen, transport it in the gas network, use it in industrial processes and to interlink different material cycles within the existing infrastructure. This will allow the decarbonisation of industry, mobility and the heating market to be tested under real conditions – with the overriding objective of climate protection.

“An electrolysis plant with a capacity of 700 MW – this is our vision and the next milestone in implementing the development targets laid down in the national hydrogen strategy by 2030,” says Jürgen Wollschläger, managing director of Raffinerie Heide and coordinator of the WESTKÜSTE100 project. “Starting from today, the WESTKÜSTE100 partners will be working together to create this green future and build an ecologically and economically sustainable business model. We see the energy transition as a cross-sectoral endeavour. With industry, science and politicians all pulling together, our 700 MW vision will become reality.”

Schleswig-Holstein’s state president Daniel Günther also welcomed the decision: “I am delighted that the WESTKÜSTE100 real-world laboratory is the first hydrogen project among the winners selected in last year’s national ideas competition to receive funding approval,” he stated. He said the project showed how innovative Schleswig-Holstein’s efforts were to drive forward the energy transition and how economy and ecology could be combined to optimum effect. “We are one of Germany’s leading federal state when it comes to generating electricity from renewables. But we also want to make more use of the renewable electricity and thereby help generate added value in our own region. This will allow the energy transition to be accomplished in other areas, such as heating, mobility and industry,” Günther added. The WESTKÜSTE100 real-world laboratory was a model example that could stimulate further innovations around hydrogen as a future technology, he said.

Launch of the initial project phase – the electrolysis plant

The funding approval enables work to begin on the first phase of the project, which is set to run for five years. A newly formed joint venture, H2 Westküste GmbH, comprising EDF Deutschland, Ørsted and Raffinerie Heide, is to build a 30 megawatt electrolyser which will produce green hydrogen from offshore wind energy and provide information on the operation, maintenance, control and grid compatibility of the equipment.

According to refinery managing director Jürgen Wollschläger, “With the adoption of the national hydrogen strategy at the beginning of June 2020, green hydrogen has become the key element in Germany’s energy transition. For us at Raffinerie Heide, the funding approval received today fires the gun to go all out in creating a new, green business model around the manufacture and exploitation of green hydrogen for the future. In building and commissioning an industrial-scale electrolysis plant on our site we will become an active part of the industry of tomorrow.”

Jean-Marc Bazenet, managing director of EDF Deutschland GmbH, and Christelle Rouillé, CEO of Hynamics stated, “The EDF Group welcomes the decision to grant Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs funding, which will facilitate and accelerate the construction of further large electrolysis plants. This marks an initial, decisive step in Germany taken by the EDF Group and its subsidiary Hynamics, which specialises in decarbonised hydrogen production. This project forms part of the hydrogen strategy of the EDF Group overseen by Hynamics which is targeted at decarbonising the mobility and industrial sectors. We are very proud to be actively involved in implementing the federal government’s hydrogen strategy and thus contributing to its energy transition”.

Volker Malmen, managing director of Ørsted in Germany stated, “We are delighted by the positive decision. This project is unique in its use of offshore wind energy for large-scale hydrogen production. No other renewable energy source can provide such reliably large quantities of green electricity for electrolysis. For this reason, the expansion of renewables and offshore wind power in particular must be aligned with the increased demand associated with hydrogen production. We see here an ideal opportunity for the further decarbonisation of German industry, and green hydrogen holds the key to sectoral decarbonisation. The WESTKÜSTE100 project is a key element for us in playing a pioneering role in green hydrogen as we do in offshore wind energy, in order to create a world that places its faith entirely on green energy.”

Unique interlinking of material cycles – infeed into gas grid, sustainable cement production

What is special and innovative about the WESTKÜSTE100 project is the linking of different sectors within an existing regional infrastructure. This also includes the integration of green hydrogen in the existing process at Raffinerie Heide in a move intended to replace the use of grey hydrogen. In addition, part of the generated hydrogen will be transported via a newly built hydrogen pipeline to Heide’s municipal utility for transfer to the natural gas grid. In a future stage, there are plans to supply a hydrogen filling station. All the milestones that are devised during the WESTKÜSTE100 project form the basis for the next, scaling stages. The vision for all partners is to build a 700 MW electrolysis plant, with the future prospect of making use of the waste heat and oxygen arising during the electrolysis process. Further plans include the production of climate-friendly aviation fuels and large-scale supply to gas grids.

Dr. Jörg Bergmann, CEO of Open Grid Europe GmbH stated, “The funding approval has brought us significantly closer to our project goal of carrying pure hydrogen in a pipeline forming part of the gas supply network. Our task now is to realise this unique energy transition project as quickly as possible. To do this we will need to clear the administrative and regulatory hurdles so that we and the other project partners can take the final investment decision for the start of construction next year.”

Michael Riechel, chairman of the executive board of Thüga Aktiengesellschaft stated, “Our long-term target is an H2 quota in the gas grid of up to 100 percent by 2050. In the test run with a hydrogen addition of up to 20 percent in a section of the network comprising more than 200 domestic customers, Thüga and Heide municipal utility are setting a concrete precedent, the results of which will benefit the just under 100 municipal supply companies belonging to the Thüga Group on their way to creating decarbonised gas grids”.

In the future manufacture of fuel, hydrogen from electrolysis and unavoidable CO2 from a regional cement plant in Schleswig-Holstein will be used in the process. During the initial phase of the WESTKÜSTE100 project preparations will be made for converting the Lägerdorf cement plant to a more environmentally friendly (oxyfuel) combustion process. Thorsten Hahn, CEO and chairman of Holcim (Deutschland) GmbH stated, “For us, as a manufacturer of building materials, the funding approval is a key milestone on the way to decarbonising cement production. Now all of us involved in WESTKÜSTE100 must move forward quickly, decisively and dynamically in order to achieve our ultimate goal of cross-sectoral coupling on a large industrial scale in the coming years.”

We are delighted to contribute our expertise in the manufacture of green hydrogen by electrolysis and in the exploitation of CO2 as a raw material for green methanol to this outstanding project. This will help further reinforce the leading role of German industry in hydrogen technologies,” stated Sami Pelkonen, CEO Chemical & Process Technologies at thyssenkrupp.

Prof. Dr. Katja Kuhn, president of Westküste University of Applied Sciences, stated, “I am very proud of our involvement in this real-world laboratory as a university partner. We will be responsible for technical, legal and social aspects and will nurture close contact to our university networks through our Campus100 project. We are particularly delighted that our students will have the opportunity to take part in research associated with such an important energy transition project.”

Dirk Burmeister, chief executive of the Region Heide development agency, stated: “The Heide region, with its ENTREE 100 initiative encompassing projects relating to the energy transition, is emerging as a hot spot of the green hydrogen economy in Germany and Europe. The early strategic orientation of an entire region is now paying off.”

In the next stage of the project, scaling of the electrolysis plant in the order of 700 MW is planned, for which the electricity will be generated by an offshore wind farm. The project work conducted as part of WESTKÜSTE100 will lay the foundation for this and create the necessary know-how.

For more information please visit www.westkueste100.de/en/.  

EDF Pulse Start-up Awards 2020

Publish on 04/03/2020

The EDF Pulse start-up Awards’ 7th edition starts now!

And this new decade brings new ambitions: support socially inclusive innovations bringing progress. This challenge is great, but we know that Europe to be teeming with talents, energies, and ideas.

Will your project make our lifestyles healthier, more helpful and comfortable? Is it contributing to the fight against global warming? Will it improve organisations’ performance? Is it a solution to innovate sustainably in the field of sport? Go ahead and apply!

Submit your application now!
 

The EDF Group has developed a digital urban planning platform for a new district nearby Moscow

Publish on 10/12/2019

EDF City Platform, the energy and urban planning tool, will help creating Russia’s first greenfield smart and sustainable city.

The EDF Group is the partner of Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye JSC (branch of Sberbank) who is in charge of building a future smart district of the Russian capital - Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye. This 460-hectare territory West of Moscow will host 66,000 inhabitants and 76,000 workers by 2030. The project aims to make a leap forward innovative technologies and services, modern architecture and advanced urban planning in Russia.

EDF has developed the Sberbank City Platform (SCP), a dedicated version of the EDF City Platform specifically created to suit the specific needs of the client but also local technological and regulatory frameworks as well as Russian harsh climate.
The digital simulation tool allows to compare and assess energy and urban scenarios and find the best sustainable concept for the project, optimising the consumption and local production of energy, supporting the development of electric mobility and rolling out new technologies and services to ensure the quality of life of the future residents. 

The platform has been developed by EDF R&D department and EIFER research centre based in Karlsruhe in Germany, in close cooperation with the EDF Moscow representative office. It paved the way to a fruitful partnership between EDF and Rublyovo-Arkhangelskoye and led to a further cooperation in the field of Smart City.

Dijon Métropole launches a unique Smart City Project in France

Publish on 19/04/2019

Dijon Métropole has just rolled out an unprecedented smart city project based on remotely managing urban equipment of all the metropolis’ 23 municipalities from a connected command post.


After one year of work, the connected command post at the heart of the OnDijon project was unveiled by Dijon mayor, Dijon Métropole president and former minister François REBSAMEN, Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region president Marie-Guite DUFAY and representatives of the consortium that built the post—Martin BOUYGUES, Bouygues Group chairman-CEO , authorized representative, EDF Group chairman-CEO Jean-Bernard LEVY, SUEZ group CEO Jean-Louis CHAUSSADE and Capgemini France chairman Jérôme SIMÉON.

OnDijon: unique among French Smart City projects

Dijon Métropole builds the region of the future with an original Smart City project in France, which has new services for citizens and the modernisation of public action at the heart of public space management.
The OnDijon smart city project has an unprecedented scope as it includes all 23 municipalities of Dijon Métropole.
Urban equipment are connected to and remotely managed by the command post; service vehicles are geo-tracked and interventions better coordinated: waste removal, street cleaning, urban traffic regulation, surveillance of public areas, etc..

The connected command post: heart of the OnDijon project

Fifty people are working at the 1,200m2 connected command post, which:
  • Simplifies and improves the coordination of interventions and maintenance works of the metropolis’ services on the public space relating to bulky rubbish, roads, green areas, cleaning, etc.
  • Remotely manages the urban equipment of the metropolis' 23 municipalities such as traffic lights, street lighting, video protection or road services
  • Ensures public safety and security: crisis management (snow, floods, etc.), safety of public buildings (fire, intrusion, access control, etc.) as well as video protection and interventions by the municipal police
  • Organises inhabitants’ mobility by coordinating means of transport and travel across the area
  • Processes around 630 daily calls received at the telephone portal dedicated to citizens’ requests.
OnDijon: a trailblazing business and contract model

To carry out the project, Dijon Métropole relies on a consortium responsible for building the connected command post and managing it for 12 years under a public design, construction, operation and maintenance contract.
The project’s total cost is €105 million, of which €53 million is investment by public sources: Dijon Métropole, the city of Dijon, the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté Region and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
The local authority had already planned most of this investment as part of its investment and urban equipment renewal programme.
OnDijon relies on an innovative investment leveraging effect: modernizing public services and equipment, especially installing 100% LED lighting, will generate savings allowing new digital services to be funded.

The project enable to achieve 65% energy savings in 12 years.

PROJECT KEY FIGURES
  • A €105m contract financed by Dijon Métropole, the city of Dijon, the Bourgogne-Franche-Comté region and the European Regional Development Fund (FEDER)
  • Renovation of over 34,000 lighting points in 100% LED
  • 113 crossroads and 180 buses equipped with bus priority
  • 205 vehicles geo-tracked and 130 equipped with radios
  • Over 140 km of fibre optic cables laid
  • 180 buildings operated in safety and security, connected to the command post, including 13 refurbished structures
  • 65% energy savings by the end of the contract
  • Replacement of 26 access terminal sites
  • Replacement of 269 video protection cameras
PROJECT KEY DATES
  • Mid-2015: earliest studies to group together the six command posts (Security, Municipal Police, Urban Supervision Centre, Traffic, Hello City Hall, Snow)
  • February 1st 2018: start of the contract with the consortium led by Bouygues Énergies & Services and Citelum (EDF Group), with SUEZ and Capgemini, to build the connected command post
  • June to December 2018: development of the command post
  • April 11th, 2019: launch of the Smart Metropolis with the operation of the connected command post

EDF wins a contract to develop a sustainable neighbourhood in Moscow

Publish on 25/05/2018

The EDF group has won a contract to help develop the future Moscow neighbourhood of Rublyovo Arkhangelskoye. EDF will lead on the district’s energy and urban planning. This project, a first for the Group in Russia, will be a benchmark for the country when it comes to “smart cities”. It will capitalise on the experience built up by EDF in France and around the world in the field of smart, sustainable cities.

The Rublyovo Arkhangelskoye neighbourhood covers more than 460 hectares to the West of Moscow. It will house 65,000 residents in an area combining accommodation and tertiary activities. Within the context of this contract, EDF will provide innovative planning services via a platform for creating 3D simulations of energy and urban scenarios. This platform will be developed by the EDF group’s research and development department at the Eifer1 research centre based in Karlsruhe in Germany.

Optimising the consumption and local production of energy, supporting the development of electric mobility and rolling out new technologies and services to ensure the quality of life of the future residents, are at the heart of the project overseen by EDF. The Group already boasts highly regarded expertise in this area with projects in Singapore, China and France. With this contract, EDF demonstrates one more time it can develop innovative solutions to help its clients optimise their consumption and production of energy. This is in line with the Group’s strategy, Cap 2030.

This contract fits in with the broader cooperation with a number of Russian groups to promote smart energy and urban services. During the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum, the EDF group also signed cooperation agreement with an investment company, the RDIF, to support the growth of energy efficiency services provided by Dalkia in Russia.

Jean Bernard Lévy, the EDF group’s CEO and Chairman, announced: “I am very pleased with EDF’s success on a project that demonstrates our ambitions in energy services and smart, sustainable cities. This project consolidates EDF’s presence in Russia, a country with a high potential in which the group is already involved through its different lines of business”.

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Commercial commissioning of the Dunkirk regasification terminal

Publish on 03/01/2017

On 1 January 2017, commercial operations started up at the Dunkirk regasification terminal. This commissioning draws a line under one of the largest industrial construction sites in France.

The Dunkirk terminal is used to import, store and regasify liquefied natural gas (LNG) before delivery with the transmission systems to the places of consumption.

Ideally sited to serve a range of markets

The Dunkirk regasification terminal is the second largest in mainland Europe and is the only one in Europe to be directly connected to two consumption markets: France and Belgium. Its annual regasification capacity of 13 billion m3 accounts for more than 20% of French and Belgian natural gas consumption.

Due to its industrial design, the regasification terminal provides its customers with safe, flexible and extremely reliable services. Its siting in Dunkirk is the ideal position at the crossroads of the seaways between the Channel and the North Sea close to natural gas consumption markets in France and North-Western Europe.

Cutting edge facilities

The regasification terminal is located within the enclosure of the Dunkirk harbour on a site of 56 hectares and is composed of:
  • a jetty that can receive up to 150 LNG tankers per year: from the largest LNG tankers in the world (Qmax tankers with capacity of 267,000 m3) to low-capacity tankers (65,000 m3) for the regional markets. Five articulated arms are installed to unload the ships at maximum flow rate of 14,000 m3/h;
  • three isothermal LNG storage tanks, that can each contain 200,000 m3;
a regasification unit made up of 10 heat exchangers, supplied with tepid water by the neighbouring nuclear power plant in Gravelines with an underwater tunnel 5 km long. This industrial innovation thus provides energy savings that are equivalent to the annual gas consumption of the Dunkirk community.

Natural gas, essential for energy transition

Due to reduced greenhouse gas emissions and absence of fine particles, natural gas has lower environmental impact than other types of fossil fuel, such as oil and coal.

It contributes to energy transition providing a useful complement to carbon-free nuclear power and renewable energies, especially during peak consumption. This increasing complementarity is also revealed in domestic applications, whose technology is being completely overhauled.

Natural gas also has a promising future as transport fuel. In liquefied form at -162°C, its volume is reduced by 600 times, thus facilitating transport and storage. LNG is the choice alternative for long-haulage trucks and maritime navigation, where stricter standards are applied in certain seas, such as the Channel, North Sea and Baltic Sea.

Marc Benayoun, Executive Director of the EDF Group, in charge of the Gas Sector and Italy, stated: I am delighted that commercial operations have started up at the Dunkirk regasification terminal, thus creating a new point of gas importation in France and strengthening security of supply in Europe. It also contributes to the development of the gas supply market, on which the Group already operates with its Italian subsidiary, Edison, and wishes to further strengthen its share. I would especially like to thank the EDF, partners and contractors teams who have worked together since 2012 to complete this strategic asset.

Pascal De Buck, CEO of Fluxys, said: I would like to congratulate and thank all the teams who have contributed to the success of this extensive infrastructure project. At Fluxys, we are especially proud to have been able to contribute by bringing our 30 years of expertise in the field of LNG to the construction of this terminal. In addition, direct connection of the Dunkirk LNG terminal to our Belgian network provides users with easy and flexible access to the natural gas consumption markets in North-Western Europe.

Dalkia Group acquires Fenice Rus

Publish on 14/12/2016

Dalkia Group, one of the leading providers of energy services in France and subsidiary of the EDF Group, acquires through its local holding company DK Energuia Rus, the share capital of Fenice Rus. The transaction was officially completed on September 26, 2016.

Fenice Rus is one of the pioneers of energy services in Russia, providing energy efficiency and environmental services to industrials. With numerous significant projects for such customers as AvtoVAZ and Danone, the company is now among the top-three in the national ranking of energy services providers*.

The acquisition of Fenice Rus fits into Dalkia Group’s development strategy to expand its expertise and to increase the range of services relevant to sustainable development. In this regard, Fenice Rus’ proven expertise in the construction and maintenance of Waste Water Treatment Plants gives an opportunity to enlarge Dalkia Group’s competencies and develop new business. The company pays a lot of attention to sustainable development: Fenice Rus facilities reduce 201 000 tons of CO2 every year.

Through this acquisition, the Group wishes to address the Russian energy efficiency market, which displays great potential both on the industry and the heating networks segments. Dalkia has strong development capacities on these core target markets thanks to its historical expertise in France.

"The growth of energy services on the international market is one of the key goals of EDF’s « Cap 2030 » strategy. Hence we rely on EDF’s worldwide established network to create long-term growth drivers and make full use of synergies. It is the case with Fenice Rus. Its strong competencies and local market knowledge are valuable assets for Dalkia Group who will be happy to design and implement sustainable energy efficiency solutions addressing the needs of Russian customers,” highlighted Jean-Michel Mazalérat, Chairman and CEO of Dalkia.
*According to the "Russian market of energy services - 2015" rating, prepared by RBC.

 
Dalkia: leader in energy savings in France
Dalkia, a subsidiary of the EDF group, is one of the leading providers of energy services in France. Dalkia offers its clients tailor-made solutions scaled to fit each building, city, municipality, region and industrial site. Dalkia rises to the challenge of the energy transition and provides its clients with expertise covering the entire energy chain, from energy supply to optimisation of their energy consumption, as well as operation and maintenance of installations. All Dalkia’s solutions are paired with energy efficiency commitments and long-term performance guarantees.


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EDF Group and Skolkovo Foundation announce the signing of a cooperation agreement 25/01/2016

Publish on 25/01/2016

EDF Group and Skolkovo Foundation have concluded a cooperation agreement. The document has been signed by Skolkovo Foundation Vice-President and Executive Director of Energy-Efficient Technologies Cluster Nikolay Grachev and EDF Vice-President for Central and Eastern Europe Pierre de Firmas. The signing ceremony was held amid a meeting of the Franco-Russian Economic, Financial, Industrial and Trade Council (CEFIC) in the presence of both the French Minister of Economy, Industry and Digital Affairs Emmanuel Macron and Russian Minister for Economic Development and Trade Alexey Ulyukaev.
The signatories have identified the following key areas for their partnership :

  • energy efficiency at both industrial and urban sites
  • new methods for generating and consuming electricity, smart grids and smart cities, electricity storage and energy efficient electric transport

This cooperation between the EDF Group ans the Skolkovo Foundation, a world-class innovation center, will help to promote new innovative and effective solutions. It contributes to EDF commitments to support sustainable development and reduce СО2 emissions globally, by speeding up the development of renewable energy sources and smart grids, developing competitive offerings in the field of distributed electricity generation, new personalized energy efficiency services...
Nikolay Grachev, Skolkovo Foundation Vice-President and Executive Director of Energy-Efficient Technologies Cluster :
"We are pinning high hopes on working with EDF, which is one of the world’s leading energy companies. EDF also has proven practical experience of implementing energy efficiency projects in Russia. Today’s signing is an important step towards establishing a close and mutually rewarding partnership between our two organizations. This agreement will enable Skolkovo startups to offer their solutions to EDF Group. EDF’s experience and know-how will definitely be in high demand in our innovation eco-system."

About the EDF group

EDF Group, one of the leading players in the ‘energy transition’, is an integrated energy company active in all areas of the business: generation, transmission, distribution, energy supply and trading, as well as energy efficiency services. The Group is the global leader in low-СО2 emission electricity generation. It owns a variety of production facilities, mostly comprising nuclear and hydropower plants, renewable energy sources, and CHP plants. The EDF Group is involved in supplying energy and services to approximately 37.8 million customers, of which 28.3 million live in France. The Group generated consolidated sales of € 72.9 billion in 2014, of which 45.2 % was generated outside of France. EDF is listed on the Paris Stock Exchange.

About the Skolkovo Foundation

The Skolkovo Foundation is a non-profit organization founded in September 2010 at the initiative of the Russian President. The Foundation’s objectives are to mobilize Russia’s resources in the field of modern applied research and to create a conducive environment for scientific innovations across five priority areas for technological development: energy and energy efficiency, space exploration, biomedicine, and nuclear and computer technologies. The project involves establishing the Skolkovo Institute of Technology (Skoltech), research institutes, business incubators, a technology transfer and commercialization center, offices of foreign companies and R&D centers, residential areas and community infrastructure, as well as repeating this formula in other designated Russian innovation regions. The activities of the Skolkovo Innovation Center are regulated by a special law which provides its residents with a number of financial privileges. The cumulative revenue of Skolkovo’s resident companies through December 2014 reached $ 1 billion. These companies have raised over $ 220 million in investment, created 13,500 jobs, and filed for over 1,300 patents. By 2020 over 2 million square meters of residential and office space will have been built in Skolkovo, with 35,000 people working there.

Website : www.sk.ru

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Phone: +7 (495) 956 00 33, ext. 2657
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The all-Russian rating of energy service companies : EDF Fenice Rus at the TOP-3 21/12/2015

Publish on 21/12/2015

EDF Fenice Rus took the 3rd place in the all-Russian rating of energy service companies made by RBC : 

And also Fenice RUS assured the 1st place in the private ranking of companies in the area of "Energy service contracts in the commercial sector" The all-Russian rating of energy service companies - 2015 was prepared in the framework of the research "Russian market of energy services - 2015". In the ranking there are companies that show best results in implementing energy service contracts with customers of the following 4 (main) sectors :

  • state and municipal clients
  • organizations engaged in regulated activities
  • commercial organizations (industrial enterprises)
  • the residential sector

Evaluation criteria :

  • number and variety of contracts (regarding 4 listed sectors)
  • the amount of savings In the contract should be spelled out the condition for achieving a certain value of energy savings as a result of energy saving measures OR the conditions of the full payback due to the savings achieved from the implementation of energy saving measures

EDF Fenice Rus has contracts in the only one sector (Commercial organizations) that means that we are the leading company in the field of energy services for the industrial enterprises.

EDF FENICE RUS
Phone: +7 495 781 93 35
fenice.rus@edf-fenice.com

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