ADEME - Agency for Ecological Transition
A public establishment under the supervision of the Ministry for an Ecological Transition and Territorial Cohesion, the Ministry for the Energy Transition and the Ministry for Higher Education and Research,ADEME – the French Agency for Ecological Transition – contributes to the fight against global warming and the degradation of resources. It supports all players in society in changing models.
” EnerGaïa is the benchmark forum for renewable energies. Owing to its missions, ADEME is therefore a natural participant in this event, and has been since the first edition in 2006. As a partner of the Forum, ADEME helps build the programme of talks, and several of the Agency’s experts will be speaking at round-table discussions and workshops. The Agency will also have a stand (E10, in Hall B2) to present its technical and financial support to companies and local authorities in the area of energy transition.”
AD'OCC - Economic Development Agency of the Occitanie Region
As the Occitanie region’s economic development agency, AD’OCC places its expertise at the service of companies and communities, with a dual ambition: to increase the national and international appeal of the Occitanie region, and to create value and jobs in all its communities.
The agency structures and drives strategic business sectors in the Occitanie region those of the ecological transition, water, and renewable energies: hydrogen, floating offshore wind power, photovoltaic solar energy and biogas.
” AD’OCC is taking part in EnerGaïa 2023 to help regional players in these sectors position themselves upstream on the promising markets of the future and boost their profile in France and internationally; regional players who, on a daily basis, provide practical solutions to the energy crisis in the housing, transport, industry and agriculture sectors “.
AREC - Regional Energy and Climate Agency
AREC is the Occitanie Region’s vehicle for accelerating the energy transition. It supports all players in the region – public authorities, economic players, project developers and citizens – as they put their ideas into action.
As a trusted third party serving the public interest, AREC is involved in the entire energy transition value chain, project emergence to their implementation and financing.
To this end, it provides a comprehensive range of services to help massify the development of renewable energies, while investing in innovative projects and sectors.
The Confederation of Building trades and Small Businesses, CAPEB, is the employer organisation representing building trades. Its missions are to promote, defend and represent. Independent of the public authorities, CAPEB has been pursuing its public interest activities since 1946. CAPEB Hérault works for its members by advising and informing them on a daily basis and representing them across the department. With its legal and financial independence, it conducts actions all year round aiming to promote building trades. The partnership with EnerGaïa illustrates the importance given to renewable energy, a major challenge that building contractors have a duty to address.
Founded in 2009, Cemater is an association thatfederates energy transition professionals around collective, collaborative projects to boost the economic development of the sector in the Occitanie Pyrénées-Méditerranée region. Working alongside the stakeholders in the community, Cemater makes a tangible, ethical contribution to the challenges of a successful energy transition.
“As a long-standing partner of the event, Cemater actively supports the Forum Energaïa through the ever-increasing involvement of its members. In 2023, Cemater will be highlighting the importance of biodiversity in the implementation of renewable energy projects, as well as the charter of commitments drawn up to promote the development of agrivoltaics, a solution that represents a real vector for positive energy region targets in the region by 2030″.
The Chambre de Métiers et de l’Artisanat de l’Hérault (Hérault Chamber of Trades and Crafts) is a public body whose mission is to represent the general interests of the skilled trades before the public authorities. The CMA de l’Hérault is a key player in the ecological transition of businesses. It is developing a specific sustainable development programme based on three pillars: energy, mobility and the circular economy. As part of the Rénov’Occitanie network, it supports companies in their energy renovation projects.
“After a successful show in 2022, the CMA de l’Hérault is keen to continue its partnership with EnerGaïa in 2023. It will have a stand in the Sustainable Building Pavilion, to promote its support services to professionals attending the exhibition.”
A network of players and a resource centre, Envirobat Occitanie is a regional association of professionals that contributes to reducing the environmental footprint of buildings and developments in Occitania. Its ambition is to mobilise and equip professionals to transform their practices and models.
“ Building comfortable, low-carbon living spaces by 2070 will depend on the extensive development of renewable energies in our region. With this in mind, Envirobat Occitanie has been a partner of EnerGaïa for many years, helping to build bridges between the worlds of building, development and renewable energies.”.
France Energie Eolienne
Established in 1996, France Energie Eolienne represents, promotes and defends wind energy in France. The trade association has more than 350 members, all professionals in the wind energy sector in France, who have built more than 90% of the turbines installed in France and operate more than 85% of them.
“As a partner of the EnerGaïa event for several years now, France Energie Eolienne wants to be at the heart of the renewable energy players in France and Occitanie. As a must-attend event in the sector, France Energie Eolienne supports and regularly takes part in EnerGaïa.”
Dedicated to the energy transition, the DERBI competitive cluster’s mission is to develop innovation, training, technology transfer, business development and start-ups at regional, national and international level. With almost 200 members to date, the DERBI cluster brings together all the key players in the renewable energy sector: companies, laboratories, universities, training centres, professional federations, financial organisations and partner local authorities.
” 2023 is the year in which the law on accelerating the deployment of renewable energies in France is passed, and the cluster plays a major role in the emergence and marketing of innovative products and services in the sector. As a long-standing partner of the exhibition, the DERBI cluster sits on its steering committee and, for this 2023 edition, will be hosting 11 of the cluster’s member organisations in its 150 sqm pavilion at the heart of the show.”
Pôle emploi is a public body whose role is to support and advise companies on recruitment, and to welcome, inform, guide and support people seeking employment, training or career advice. Pôle emploi is responsible for prospecting the labour market and developing expertise in the changing nature of jobs and qualifications. It also pays benefits to jobseekers, on behalf of the body managing the unemployment insurance scheme and on behalf of the State.
“After a successful exhibition in 2022, Pôle emploi has decided to continue its partnership with EnerGaïa in 2023. For this year’s event, it will share a stand with Cap emploi Hérault in the Employment/Training Pavilion,to talk to the companies present and advise them on their recruitment needs. A job dating event for positions based in the Hérault region is also being organised at EnerGaïa on 13 and 14 December for employers who have communicated their recruitment needs in advance.“
Pôle Mer Méditerranée
A leading player in innovation in the maritime and coastal economy, with 500 members from a wide range of backgrounds (major groups, start-ups, SMEs, research centres and training bodies), the Pôle Mer Méditerranée is an accelerator of business competitiveness and a powerful engine for growth in the maritime sector.
“Since 2009, Pôle Mer Méditerranée has asserted itself as an undisputed pioneer in the development of the floating offshore wind energy sector in the Mediterranean. Our ongoing commitment to Forum EnerGaïa reflects our unwavering support for our member companies and our determination to accelerate the ecological transition. This year, Energaia’s programme covers a number of subjects at the heart of our action programme (decarbonisation, protection of biodiversity, use of drones to support the sector, etc.), so it was a natural consequence that we strengthen our presence and our partnership with EnerGaïa.”