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Enedis is a public service company managing the French electricity distribution network. It develops, operates and modernises the electric
grid and manages the associated data. It carries out customer connections, 24/7 troubleshooting, meter reading and all technical interventions. Acting on behalf of the local authorities which own the electricity networks, it is independent of the energy suppliers responsible for marketing and managing electricity supply contracts.
As France’s transmission system operator, RTE is a public utility supplying electricity and providing the same quality of service across the country. RTE controls power flows while constantly balancing supply and demand of the high and ultra-high voltage grid. As a key industrial player in the energy transition, RTE is optimising its grid to accommodating more power generation facilities, irrespective of future energy choices.
The "Académie de Grenoble" has a wide territory from Grenoble, Annecy, Chambéry, Valence and Annemasse. The academy regroups different tehcnological and scientific domains, Research and developement, and produces also technological innovations. The academy is seen as a pioneering and high-level centre.
Anchored in its territory, multidisciplinary and open to the international, Université Grenoble Alpes brings together the main public higher education institutions of Grenoble and Valence. In association with the national research organizations and the international research facilities present on its territory, it builds its innovation policy on a global scale and in order to accompany the evolution of society.
The Université de Lyon is an academic community gathering 11 members and 24 associated institutions in Lyon and Saint-Étienne. It coordinates and conducts structuring projects according to 3 main objectives: contributing to an attractive and responsible university center; proposing areas of training and research in line with changes in society; and enhancing the Lyon Saint-Étienne area with all its stakeholders.
The French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) is a key player in research, development and innovation in four main areas: defence and security, low carbon energies (nuclear and renewable energies), technological research for industry, fundamental research in the physical sciences and life sciences.​
CARA, European Cluster for mobility solutions, French cluster based in Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, comprises 430 members, including manufacturers, transport operators, universities, research and education centers. CARA supports the transformation of passengers and goods transport systems and works on 6 sectors: industrial vehicles, automotive, cable transportation, river transportation, active mobility, rail transportation.
Grenoble-Alpes Métropole is a French metropolis, based in the department of Isère and organized around the Grenoble City.
The Tenerrdis energy cluster supports sustainable economic growth and the creation of long-lasting jobs in the new energy technology industries. It coordinates a 262 members network spanning industry, government, academia, and scientific research to address the challenges of the energy transition.
With offices in Grenoble, Lyon, and Saint-Etienne, Minalogic drives an ecosystem of nearly 500 members that includes more than 430 innovative companies that cover the entire digital technology value chain. Its members also include universities, research organizations, local government, banks and investors to sustain an unique network dedicated to innovation in digital technologies.
Energy Pool builds and operates demand-side management solutions. We intend to play a key role with our customers and states to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050.
Fully independent, BCM Energy is innovating to meet new challenges related to the liberalization of the energy market and now covers the entire electricity value chain, from production to the end customer, thanks in particular to its brand, the electricity supplier OUI Energy.
BCM Energy's goal is to accelerate the integration and development of renewable energies.
GRTgaz is a major operator in the high-pressure gas transportation sector. The company has a public service mission aimed at guaranteeing the continuity of gas transmission, and a genuine commitment to promoting renewable gas and to the energy transition in the territories.
Boralex is a major player in renewable energy specializing in five sectors of activity: wind, solar, hydroelectricity, and storage. based in Kingsey Falls, Quebec, Canada, for 30 years and have since expanded our horizons and established our business in the United States, France, and the United Kingdom.
Odit-e provides decision making solutions dedicated to Distribution System Operators. It relies on a detailed understanding of the functioning of electrical networks, combined with a solid command of artificial intelligence tools, in order to develop “Physics informed AI” algorithms.
As an independent consulting and engineering firm, IED has been involved in the provision of sustainable energy services since its creation in 1988. Our involvement extends from the study phase right through to the construction and commissioning of infrastructure such as distribution networks and renewable energy production plants.
MICHAUD is a French industrial group specialised in energy distribution networks for more than 60 years.

From product engineering and design to after-sales service, MICHAUD has full control of its value chain, ensuring top-level quality and service worldwide thanks to its dedicated R&D department.
From engineering and network operation, EDF International Network offers an international expertise across the whole value chain of distribution networks. EDF is developping innovative solutions throughout the world with a view to producing clean energy and guaranteeing acces to electricity for all.
ENGIE Green is a French ENGIE subsidiary involved notably in offshore wind, solar energy. ENGIE Green proposes innovative and mixed approaches which are adapted to all territories.
IFP Energies nouvelles is a major research and training player in the fields of energy, transport and the environment. From research to industry, technological innovation is central to all its activities.
GRDF is France’s leading natural gas distribution operator. GRDF distributes natural gas to more than 11 million customers every day for heating, cooking, mobility and industrial processes, regardless of their supplier.
The Nexans Group is leading the charge to the new world of electrification: safe, sustainable, renewable, decarbonized and accessible to everyone. The Group is a leader in the design and manufacturing of cable systems and services across four main business areas: Building & Territories, High Voltage & Projects, Industry & Solutions and Telecom & Data.

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Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, ideally located at the border with Italy and Switzerland, can open the gates to Europe. Sitting right at the crossroads between the logistics routes between Paris and Lyon-Marseille and Clermont-Ferrand and Bordeaux-Toulouse, the region is primed for international business.
Moreover the region is the most dynamical region in France, due to 17 centres of excellence, designed to facilitate the growth of innovative, collaborative projects and 10 clusters to enable professionals to form powerful, effective networks
The "Métropole de Lyon" is born the 1st january 2015 : it is an unique local authority in France created through the fusion of the Urban Community of Lyon and the Department Council. It covers 59 municipalities.
ADEME has been involved in the combat against climate change and the degradation of resources for 30 years and is determined to move the yardsticks in order to build a more resource-efficient and inclusive society. We are at the disposal of all stakeholders (State, businesses, local authorities, citizens) to accelerate the reduction of our energy consumption, develop renewable energies and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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