MEO-GREENENERGY : A NEW TOOL WHICH DETECTS EXISTING AND OPTIMIZES INSTALLATION OF NEW PHOTOVOLTAIC PANELS
With the need to reduce fossil fuel use and ongoing global warming, renewable energies are an effective solution to address these issues.
primary energy source in 2017 (France)
OBJECTIVE IN FRANCE
33% of the country’s final energy consumption by 2030 will come from renewable energy.
OBJECTIVE IN EUROPE
32% of final energy consumption by 2030 will come from renewable energy (Green Deal).
To meet environmental ambitions, local authorities must respond to a global climate plan and establish renewable energies in their municipality.
Propose indicators to better evaluate and understand renewable energy establishments
Optimize the installation of photovoltaic panels
Supporting public and private actors in their renewable energy policy
Help government institution to fight climate change and fulfill their renewable energy production
Contribute to market growth for suppliers of photovoltaic panels
Evaluate associated energy production
Propose an annual follow-up allowing to observe the evolution of the environmental policies’ impact
An example showing the optimal plots selected for installation of PV panels
A climate plan study supported by the CNES (National Center for Space Studies) and validated by elected representatives, technicians was carried out to understand the climatic challenges of our territories.
This gave rise to the development of this solution labeled SCO (Space Climate Observatory).
This label brings added value and a sign of confidence for our solution because it confirms the relevance of MEO-GreenEnergy in the fight against climate change.
Created by CNES, the SCO label consists in federating at the global level, the resources of space agencies, meteorological agencies and research organizations in order to better measure and visualize the impacts of climate change and to offer decision-makers analytical tools and action.