It is our duty to diversify energy production while reducing dependence on fossil fuel markets
Renewables – wind, solar, hydroelectric, ocean, geothermic, biomass, as well as biofuels – are fossil fuel alternatives that contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.
The goal set for 2050 is to reduce global emissions by 40 to 70% compared to 2010 and to develop an essentially carbon-neutral economy within the 21st century.
Renewables have a crucial role to play in meeting these goals and should represent 40% of electricity production by 2030, the challenge being to diversify energy production while reducing dependence on fossil fuel markets.
The field faces technical, economic and political challenges that industry and our engineers have to tackle. ABMI is drawing on its technical expertise (electrical engineering, control-command, commissioning, supply chain, etc.), its variety of skills including Digital (Big Data, Cybersecurity, etc.), and its long-standing work in energy to serve as a key technological partner for owners and industry in the sector.
In this sector, ABMI will be able to: