What is Distributed energy?

Distributed energy (or decentralised energy) systems are based on installing production and supply points close to the places of consumption . They can supply anything from a single building to an entire city. Distributed energy has numerous environmental, economic and social benefits. Examples of distributed energy include solar photovoltaic systems (solar panels) or small wind energy systems (wind turbines).


What is  Distributed energy?

Why invest in distributed energy?

 Helps to reduce CO2 emissions

Helps to reduce CO2 emissions

Most distributed energy systems are renewable energy systems. Increasing these systems will therefore help reduce CO2 emissions and consequently help protect our planet.

Savings on installation

Savings on installation

Distributed energy systems are much cheaper to install than traditional power plants. They are also much more flexible and quicker to install, making them ideal options for rural and less well-served areas with supply difficulties. As they need local operation and maintenance, these facilities also contribute to the generation of employment in these areas.

Competitive prices

Competitive prices

Transport networks are shorter because they are closer to the consumer. This means better reliability and quality of the electrical system, as well as a reduction in energy losses. The result is much more competitive prices for the end consumer.

How do we invest in distributed energy?

We have selected the most relevant companies and investment vehicles worldwide to invest in distributed energy: