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3E and RKT Energy join forces in Turkey

Delivering highly performing solar and wind projects with 3E Turkiye 3E and RKT Energy are pleased to announce the establishment of a joint-venture called “3E Turkiye”. This new partnership will enable them to strengthen their position and increase effectiveness on the Turkish market. 3E, with its headquarters located in Brussels, provides consultancy and software services […]

Understanding the energy performance of buildings to improve energy policies

3E participates in a newly launched EU-funded project, ExcEED, which promises to improve our understanding of our building’s energy performance by collecting data and providing all the information to policy makers, designers, and energy managers. ExcEED aims to develop a European energy efficiency database collecting meaningful data from buildings and districts, and making them available […]

Unique opportunity to boost your R&D in collaboration with other building technology manufacturers

3E, BBRI and WOOD.BE received approval from the Flemish Agency VLAIO (agency for innovation and entrepreneurship) to launch a new cluster focused on ‘Industrialisation and off-site construction’. The cluster aims at identifying manufacturers, architects, engineering offices, contractors, financial institutions, federations, etc. within the building sector in Flanders, and match their complementarity in terms of regarding […]

Storage and renewables: The future is now

Until recent years, storage was often still hindered by its high costs and was mostly reserved to small scale R&D pilot projects. However, following the recent price reduction of storage modules and technical innovations in the field, a number of commercial wind and PV projects have been carried through in the last few years. Some […]

3E reinforces its presence on the global market

Régis Decoret has been appointed Country Manager – France and North Africa, and will be based in our Paris office, starting October 1st. Régis will be managing the 3E consultancy and SynaptiQ businesses in France and North Africa, the latter becoming a very dynamic market with lots of potential for renewables. Régis started his career […]

The first mid-sized wind turbine in Singapore

Renewable Energy Integration Demonstrator – Singapore (REIDS), is the first micro-grid in South-East Asia and the largest hybrid micro-grid in the tropics. It will test the integration of solar, wind, tidal, diesel, storage and power-to-gas technologies, and demonstrate how these energy sources operate well together. ENGIE, world’s largest independent electricity producer will develop a diverse […]

Energy transition for social housing

Towards an energy transition of the social housing stock of La Ruche Chapelloise The social housing company ‘La Ruche Chapelloise’ has the ambition to drastically improve the sustainability of its housing stock, counting over 1300 dwellings, by introducing renewable energies en energy efficiency. 3E was contracted to make an optimised proposal for possible energy concepts […]

Business models for Renewable Energy aggregators

With the profound transformation of the energy system currently taking place in Europe, new challenges arise for energy actors dealing with the increasing share of renewable electricity generation. Among others, these have been identified as the reduction of incentives for energy production from renewable sources, the intermittency of electricity generation and the price volatility in the […]

2 new Solar Bankability reports available

The Solar Bankability project aims to establish a common practice for professional risk assessment, which will serve to reduce the risks associated with investments in PV projects. The solar Bankability team has just released 2 reports which are now available upon request: “Minimizing Technical Risks in Photovoltaic Projects” In the project report “Technical Risks in […]

Alternative power solutions in Liberia

In Liberia, 3E has been appointed by the Swedish Development Agency (SIDA) to perform a pre-feasibility assessment on options for sustainable power supply in public services. There are many infrastructural shortcomings complicating the service outreach and adequate functioning of county administrations, sector offices and their service delivery; poor energy security being a major challenge. Today […]