2019 Schedule

Renewable Energy

The main challenge for Rev3 is to meet 100% of the entire Hauts-de-France region’s energy requirements via renewable energy production between now and 2050. In addition to its positive effect on the environment, the renewable energy sector is creating jobs. This sector includes solar, wind, hydraulic, biomass, and geothermal power production.

Economic Models

The linear economic system is becoming obsolete (take-make-consume-dispose). We must turn to new economic models based on the circular economy – the economy of functionality and cooperation – to adapt to new challenges facing our societies.

Sustainable Cities and Territories

A new approach to sustainable cities – multifunctionality, scalable spaces and housing, developing solidarity and social bonds to facilitate daily life – must be at the heart of discussions between their various stakeholders: project owners, promoters, builders, managers and…inhabitants. It is now crucial for all stakeholders in our territories to work hand in hand to foster a sustainable lifestyle.

mobility

Faced with the climate urgency, rev3 is a lever for reducing CO2 emissions, in particular those produced by our modes of travel. The Region must set an example in the field of decarbonized mobility. Rev3 is thus a catalyst for initiatives promoting alternative modes of travel based on energies with zero emissions, by bringing together and creating links between the players in the energy and mobility sectors

Industries of the Future

The recent sudden emergence of digital tools – virtual and augmented reality, sensors and software, data processing, additive manufacturing, etc. – is considerably changing industrial production. With the third industrial revolution upon us, it is vital for manufacturers to adapt to their market and stand out by incorporating this new technology.

2019 Schedule

Renewable Energy

The main challenge for Rev3 is to meet 100% of the entire Hauts-de-France region’s energy requirements via renewable energy production between now and 2050. In addition to its positive effect on the environment, the renewable energy sector is creating jobs. This sector includes solar, wind, hydraulic, biomass, and geothermal power production.

Economic Models

The linear economic system is becoming obsolete (take-make-consume-dispose). We must turn to new economic models based on the circular economy – the economy of functionality and cooperation – to adapt to new challenges facing our societies.

Sustainable Cities and Territories

A new approach to sustainable cities – multifunctionality, scalable spaces and housing, developing solidarity and social bonds to facilitate daily life – must be at the heart of discussions between their various stakeholders: project owners, promoters, builders, managers and…inhabitants. It is now crucial for all stakeholders in our territories to work hand in hand to foster a sustainable lifestyle.

mobility

Faced with the climate urgency, rev3 is a lever for reducing CO2 emissions, in particular those produced by our modes of travel. The Region must set an example in the field of decarbonized mobility. Rev3 is thus a catalyst for initiatives promoting alternative modes of travel based on energies with zero emissions, by bringing together and creating links between the players in the energy and mobility sectors

Industries of the Future

The recent sudden emergence of digital tools – virtual and augmented reality, sensors and software, data processing, additive manufacturing, etc. – is considerably changing industrial production. With the third industrial revolution upon us, it is vital for manufacturers to adapt to their market and stand out by incorporating this new technology.

Intervenants

Erik ORSENNA , economist, writer, member of the French Academy
Philippe Vasseur president of the Rev3 mission
Stéphane Quéré COO Global Smart Businesses ENGIE
Philippe Hourdain President of the region CCI
Hervé PIGNON, Regional Director ADEME
Fabrice LEFEBVRE, President of SATT NORD
Alain MAUGARD, QUALIBAT President
Nicolas SCHOTTEY, Deputy Program Manager New Business Energy Division Electric Vehicle Division RENAULT