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Interest in self-consumption for buildings at EnR Lyon

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CIRCUTOR took part in the most recent edition of the EnR Renewable Energy Exhibition in Lyon (France) from 4th to 6th March as part of the Be Positive exhibition.

The exhibition highlighted the growing interest – in the professional sector as well as amongst the general public – in incorporating self-consumption into French buildings, not just on the European continent but also in overseas territories such as the islands of Réunion, Martinique, Guadalupe, etc.

One of the most attractive solutions for French professionals was undoubtedly the new Dynamic Power Controller with Demand Management, or CDP-G.

In a country where injection to the grid is perfectly feasible, being able to use the surplus energy in a building to reduce the electricity bill instead of injecting the surplus at a lower price marks a turning point in the market trend. Likewise, the clear drive of recent legislative actions of the French Government in line with the energy transition law resulted in attendees of the trade fair showing a strong interest in the Solar Parking Canopies with Electric Vehicle Charging Point solutions offered and exhibited by CIRCUTOR.

 

 

More information: Renewable energies - Self-consumption

 
 

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