Terre et Lac stays loyal to its values and leverages its expertise to help regional authorities overcome their modern-day challenges through a balanced model and joint, tailored solutions that are both innovative and effective.
- Fight against global warming
- Supply security
- Production relocation
- Energy efficiency
- Improving economic and energy independence
Terre et Lac works alongside regional authorities to overcome modern-day challenges
OUR UNIQUE ADVANTAGES
The Terre et Lac team members have a proven track record as project developers, general contractors, investors and consultants throughout the development, funding, bank financing, construction, commissioning and operational stages of renewable energy power plants, in particular with regards to solar photovoltaic, wind and hydro power plants.
They are familiar with the required procedures, the potential pitfalls and the critical steps to follow in the right order and the actions to take for successful completion of renewable energy infrastructure projects.
A WIDE RANGE OF EXPERTISE:
In-depth knowledge of all renewable energy sources and their market.
Regulatory, technical, operational, financial and transactional experience.
Efficiency and agility: short decision paths
Knowledge and experience in various forms of funding: bank investments, crowdfunding, etc.
AN EXPERIENCED AND PROACTIVE TEAM
A multidisciplinary team comprised of renewable energy experts
A small yet effective structure which adapts rapidly to clients’ requirements and the situation to create a successful partnership.
Ability to devise ‘bespoke’ projects for a variety of parties (investors, contracting authorities, operators, local authorities)
A EUROPEAN APPROACH TO THE MARKET
Experience in France, Germany, Spain, Italy and the UK, with an extensive European network of qualified investors and first class operators.
A TERRITORIAL PROJECT CULTURE
Crowdfunding or project citizenship
Receptiveness to local authorities
An approach that complies with the French “Positive energy territory for ecological growth” label.
TRIED AND TESTED METHODOLOGY
The in-depth preliminary analysis of assets, projects and programmes
Proactive handling of residual issues
PHOTOVOLTAIC SOLAR POWER
Photovoltaic solar power is the ultimate decentralized and unlimited renewable power source. The continued rapid decline in the price of photovoltaic modules and inverters, combined with technological inroads made in storage and digitized operation are leading to high voltage centralized “infrastructure” production involving a significant surface on ground , roofing or shading structures at the heart of existing urban areas, connected to medium or low voltage systems, in self-consumption or close to places of consumption.
In France, the multi-annual energy programme sets out an objective of 20 GWp in 2023 as opposed to 6 GWp in late 2015, with 1/3 on roofs and 2/3 on the ground.
Wind power is the resource that is the most effectively distributed throughout the whole of Europe. It holds the greatest deployment potential for all renewable energy and should be the greatest contributor to meet the 2020 European clean energy objectives. Wind power will play a central role in the forthcoming reorganization of the European electricity industry, for the benefit of local electricity producers/distributors and with a view to setting up a stable and extensive medium voltage power grid.
In France, the multi-annual energy programme sets out an objective of 26 GW by 2023 as opposed to 8GW in late 2015.
Hydro power is only available in limited quantities. It is the most modular renewable energy and is easiest to stock. The electric power it provides is virtually guaranteed, except for seasonal variations.
It also currently enjoys the lowest production cost of all renewable energy sources regarding amortized plants. For all these reasons, hydro power has become a key component in all dynamic power systems that tend to integrate more wind and PV solar power. It is the basis of all renewable energy offers.