Renewable heat

Renewable heat: a pillar of the energy transition

What is renewable heat? Renewable heat refers to all the energy produced from renewable sources to produce hot water and for heating and cooling.

In France, the law on the Energy Transition for Green Growth covers renewable heat, with the goal of increasing the share of renewable heat to 38% of our consumption of heat by 2030.

In 2020, 22.8% of the heat consumed in France came from renewable sources (thermal solar, biomass, heat pumps).

Renewable heat: our decarbonised solutions

Renewable heat can be used to meet different needs, such as industrial thermal processes, the heating of workshops or buildings and the production of cold. There are numerous possible applications, especially in agri-foodstuffs, petrochemicals and the tertiary sector.

Do you currently consume fossil energies (fuel oil, natural gas), and you want to make the change in favour of the energy transition?

Our experts can help you to draw up a decarbonisation road map that is suited to your assets. We look into the possibilities of converting your energy mix to renewables, on the basis of our portfolio of technologies:


Thermal solar

Thanks to Eneria, your energy mix can be greened in safety, at a controlled cost and with guaranteed results.

Boost your energy transition

Energy efficiency case studies

Industry: optimise your energy bills and become less dependent on fossil fuels
Use of an energy mix (biomass and thermal solar) in a greenhouse