Cities and local authorities are developing ambitious plans to keep up with the energy transition process. The EDF Group not only has in-depth knowledge of local players, it also has all of the technological expertise necessary to support them in the construction of the cities of the future. Catherine Lescure, EDF – Ile-de-France Regional Representative
Making tomorrow’s cities low-carbon, responsible and connected
As a real challenge for our society, the energy transition process starts on a local level. In light of public expectations for a more sustainable society that fosters well-being, EDF and its subsidiaries are developing energy solutions to shape the city of the future.
Energy performance of buildings
The energy performance of buildings, whether housing or public or tertiary infrastructure, is a major challenge for local authorities and regional development players. EDF provides all its expertise in renovation and construction projects.
Local energy projects
Autonomous production for the city of tomorrow
The energy component is now at the heart of local authority projects. Major development projects, local energy systems, renewable energy production and self-consumption, EDF and its subsidiaries offer local stakeholders innovative and tailor-made solutions that integrate the DNA of the local region and existing infrastructure.
In the town of Beaupréau, Mauges secondary school installed a photovoltaic roof and a PV sale and self-consumption system.
Sustainable mobility and transport
For mobility that uses less energy and is cleaner and quieter
For local authorities, the issue of carbon-free urban and peri-urban mobility depends on two complementary strategic solutions: public transport and individual mobility. An expert in these two fields for over 30 years, EDF provides transversal advice and has urban electric mobility offers adapted to each region.
They put their trust in us
Actions speak louder than words: see below a selection of our flagship projects for our customers.