What is energy heritage?
Renewable energy is the pillar of any sustainable development. As the driving force behind the energy transition we are committed to, solar energy is inexhaustible and drives us to innovate every day.
“At Feedgy, our goal is to make independent solar power producers true players in solar and who produce truly competitive energy.”
According to the Larousse, heritage corresponds to an asset that one holds by inheritance from one’s ancestors, and this is what we want to apply to energy. Feedgy’s definition is simple: energy assets corresponds to the future capacity of a facility to produce energy in a sustainable manner, at a competitive cost, and thus generate sustainable revenues for its owner.
As a key concept of our company, it allows a more attractive approach to energy, fully integrated into the owner’s capital. It is a new opportunity for the future to meet a new way of optimizing and generating income over the long term.
What are the challenges for the solar energy producer in the years to come?
The new challenges in this post-feed-in tariff scheme are twofold:
- To continue to produce energy in a reliable and sustainable way to be able to benefit from new opportunities.
- Controlling its cost in a context where the selling price is no longer known in advance and is likely to fluctuate
In this context, a solar power plant abandons the 20-year purchase contract mechanism, to adopt emerging economic models with the capacity to generate revenues over the long term. It is therefore necessary for the owner who wants to perpetuate his plant to adopt an active management of his assets, to maximize its production and increase its value.