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Prospective Research and Innovation

Identifying the most promising technologies of tomorrow

Laborelec Prospective Research and Innovation Identifying the most promising technologies of tomorrow

Which technologies are going to impact the energy business in the coming years? What is their true potential in terms of technical, economic, and environmental performance? How can they bring value to our customers? These are some key questions that the multi-partner Prospective Research and Innovation Program – led by Laborelec – is addressing.

Technology watch

Laborelec is at the forefront of technological evolutions across the entire electricity value chain: from energy generation to distribution and consumption. In collaboration with other GDF SUEZ research centres and universities, we follow new developments in areas such as:

Technical and economic studies

What is the potential of these new technologies? Laborelec and its partners carry out technical and economic studies of promising technologies in order to assess their added value:

These studies help decrease uncertainties regarding innovative technologies and identify opportunities.

Pilot projects and demonstrators

Technical and economic studies can be supported by pilot projects. The goal is to gain hands-on experience with the technology, to better assess its underlying value creating mechanisms, and to discover how to efficiently capitalize on these mechanisms. Both Laborelec and its partners have the necessary in-house expertise to carry out such studies and ensure a comprehensive analysis.

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