Against the backdrop of the energy transition, EDF has defined a strategy called CAP 2030 which underpins the Group’s goal of:
Being an efficient, responsible electricity company that champions low-carbon growth.
CAP 2030 is based on 3 main priorities:
Growing closer to customers
New, competitive decentralised solutions, new personalised energy services and smart grids.
Being close to customers means first of all helping them to better understand and manage their energy consumption. Energy efficiency is therefore the centrepiece of this strategic pillar, based on the Linky smart meter being deployed in all homes in France by the Group’s independent distribution subsidiary. Together with other smart objects in the home, Linky paves the way for new digital services, the first of which is e.quilibre.
Being close to customers also means supporting companies and local authorities with their energy transition to strengthen their economic and environmental performance.
37.6 million customer accounts worldwideEDF supplies energy to its customers and provides daily support to help them better manage their energy consumption. Innovation in the way we interact with customers is thriving, enabled in particular by the development of digital services.
Develop renewable energy production by 2030
Achieve a new balance for the generation mix by accelerating the development of renewables and guaranteeing the safety and performance of existing and new-build nuclear facilities.
EDF’s generation fleet is the most competitive in Europe and produces the lowest level of carbon. The Group intends to go further and become the leader in large low-carbon electricity facilities that are safe and competitive. Achieving this goal will require doubling its global capacity in renewable energy – wind, solar, marine and hydro – as well as extending the life of its existing French nuclear fleet through the Grand Carénage programme and developing new nuclear.
50 GW of renewable energyEuropean leader in renewable energy, EDF has set itself the goal of doubling its net installed capacity from 28GW to 50GW in 2030. To demonstrate its determination it created a Renewable Energy Division, which is represented on the Executive Committee.
Three times as much business activity outside of France by 2030
Expanding into new geographical areas by developing our low-carbon solutions in growth countries while bolstering our positions in Europe.
Already well established in Europe, EDF’s ambition is to push back the frontiers to grasp future growth wherever it is to be found. While the Group is already a major player in renewable energy and nuclear power in Europe and other world regions, it has set itself the objective of increasing its share of international business by 2030.
It intends to do so by becoming a key player in three to five countries and developing a significant presence in around 10 countries. Its focus will be on:
engineering and trading
By 2030 EDF wants to be doing three times as much business activity outside of France.
The aim is to find new sources of sustainable growth, reduce its dependence on European electricity prices and reinforce its competencies in other countries.
The Group is reinventing the products and services it offers to help residential customers manage their electricity consumption, to support the energy and financial performance of business customers, and to support local authorities in finding sustainable solutions for the cities of the future.