The deployment of an "energy transition" roadmap is an evolutionary process driven by innovations in technology, behavior, and management and governance modes.

This change process involves the active participation of all stakeholders (government, industry, civil society, research Institutes and academia, government agencies) in both setting goals and deciding on means to achieve them. Actys assists in the co-construction of such projects, helping to clarify the role of the different stakeholders and supporting them in the implementation phase.

Actys helps companies define and implement their innovation strategy in the field of energy transition and green growth. This involves:

  • The definition of a technology development roadmap, anticipating future markets and regulations, and taking into account societal expectations.
  • The construction of a portfolio of R&D and demonstration projects, creating value in the short, medium and long-term, and balanced in terms of risk taking.
  • The definition of an innovation management process, adapted to corporate culture and resources, but also depending on the maturity of the various markets and the nature of the innovation (incremental or not).
  • The establishment of an open innovation strategy, based on active and differentiated relationships with different actors in the enterprise ecosystem.


Actys supports local authorities in the various stages of the implementation process of their "energy transition" roadmap, by providing methodological and technical support at key stages:
  • The definition of a "territorial energy transition” roadmap, with objectives that are shared by the majority (see stakeholder engagement offer).
  • The selection and implementation of targeted technology demonstration projects, to start changing practices and behaviors, to test and predict new services and new markets.
  • The definition and implementation of public policies to support the development and deployment of these new energy technologies, with the help of appropriate financial mechanisms (grants, equity investments, tax incentives) and regulatory changes.


REFERENCES

  • Support in the elaboration of the 2025 R&D technology roadmap of a major chemical group.
  • Support to the management of a public/private structure in charge of defining a territorial hydrogen energy roadmap, and then implementing the first demonstration projects.
  • Mission for a large food group to maximize the impact of the R&D department in the business unit’s innovation process.
  • Mission for a large energy group to assist with the filing of a request for European funding (FCH – JU), for a project related to the use of hydrogen to support regional energy transition.
  • Technological audit of a Cleantech company for an industrial investor.
  • Evaluation of European and national research programs (France, Germany).