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Our team has been developing low carbon solutions since 2012

Synapsun advises manufacturers in the life cycle analysis of what they produce and what they consume

To meet the specifications of the Energy Regulatory Commission, we have been developing low-carbon solutions for the French market since 2012.We encourage manufacturers to take part in a process of analyzing the life cycle of what they produce and consume and support our partners throughout the optimization of their environmental impact. We assist them during their carbon footprint assessment process.

Since 2012, we have also helped developers to position themselves on the most powerful technologies but also the least impactful on the environment.

We support them in their applications for calls for tenders and ensure the supply of the winning modules.

check LIST OF CALLS FOR TENDERS FROM CRE

Ground-mounted tenders

Power plants on the ground between 500kWp and 30MWp.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 03/02/2017 – Méthode ECS CRE3

check Period 2: 01/06/2017 – Méthode ECS CRE3

check Period 3: 01/12/2017 – Méthode ECS CRE3

check Period 4: 01/06/2018 – Méthode ECS CRE3 25%

check Period 5: 03/12/2018 – Méthode ECS CRE4-V1

check Period 6: 03/06/2019 – Méthode ECS CRE4-V2

check Period 7: 01/02/2020 – Méthode ECS CRE4-V4

check Period 8: 03/07/2020 – Méthode ECS CRE4-V4

check Period 8 bis: 03/11/2020 – Méthode ECS CRE4-V4

Rooftops tenders

Power plants on buildings, greenhouses, agricultural buildings and carports of power between 100kWp and 8 MWp.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 01/03/2017 – ECS CRE3 method

check Period 2: 07/07/2017 – ECS CRE3 method

check Period 3: 06/11/2017 – ECS CRE3 method

check Period 4: 09/03/2018 – ECS CRE3 25% method

check Period 5: 06/07/2018 – ECS CRE3 25% method

check Period 6: 05/11/2018 – ECS CRE3 25% method

check Period 7: 08/03/2019 – ECS CRE4-V2 method

check Period 8: 05/07/2019 – ECS CRE4-V2 method

check Period 9: 04/11/2019 – ECS CRE4-V4 method

check Period 10: 06/03/2020 – ECS CRE4-V4 method

check Period 11: 04/09/2020 – ECS CRE4-V4 method

Self-consumption

Self-consumption installations located in the mainland.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 25/09/2017 – ECS CRE4-V1 method

check Period 2: 22/01/2018 – ECS CRE4-V1 method

check Period 3: 22/05/2018 – ECS CRE4-V1 method

check Period 4: 24/09/2018 – ECS CRE4-V1 method

check Period 5: 21/01/2019 – ECS CRE4-V2 method

check Period 5 bis: 20/05/2019 – ECS CRE4-V2 method

check Period 6: 23/09/2019 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 7: 20/01/2020 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 8: 18/07/2020 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 9: 25/09/2020 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 10: 21/01/2021 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 11: 18/05/2021 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 12: 28/09/2021 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

Innovation

Innovative photovoltaic installations.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 02/10/2017

check Period 2: 06/09/2019

check Period 3: 03/06/2020

PV and Wind tenders

Photovoltaic or wind power plants located in the mainland.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 17/09/2018 – ECS CRE4-V1 method

Self-consuption non-interconnected areas

Self-consumption PV installations located in non-interconnected areas.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 13/12/2019 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 2: 12/08/2020 –  ECS CRE4-V3 method

Storage non-interconnected areas

Photovoltaic installations with energy storage located in non-interconnected areas.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 13/12/2019 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 2: 12/06/2020 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

check Period 3: 18/09/2020 – ECS CRE4-V3 method

Fessenheim tenders

Photovoltaic installations intended for the “energy transition of the territory of Fessenheim”.

DHW schedule and method

check Period 1: 26/07/2019 – ECS CRE4-V2 method

check Period 2: 27/01/2020 – ECS CRE4-V4 method

check Period 3: 30/09/2020 – ECS CRE4-V4 method

check SIMPLIFIED CARBON ASSESSMENT (ECS) METHODS

CRE 3

check Losses and breakages are not taken into account.

checkRecycled polysilicon rate up to 70% max.

CRE 4 - V2

check Same as CRE4-V1 method with NEW loss and breakage coefficients wafer, pvf and pet.
check Max 25% recycled if ingot obtained by directional solidification (known as “Multi” or “Poly” Family)
check Max 40% recycled if ingot obtained by the Czochralski process (known as “Mono” Family).

CRE 3 25%

check Losses and breakages are not taken into account.

check The rate of recycled polysilicon used must not exceed 25%.

CRE 4 - V3

check Same as CRE4-V2 method but:
check Max 25% recycled if ingot obtained by directional solidification (“Multi” or “Poly” family)

check Max 33% of recycled if ingot obtained by process known as Czochralski (Family known as “Mono”).

CRE 4 - V1

check Losses and breakages are taken into account.

check Rate of recycled polysilicon used should not exceed 25%.

CRE 4- V4

checkSame as CRE4-V3 method but:
check Max 25% recycled if ingot obtained by directional solidification (“Multi” or “Poly” family)
check Max 33% recycled if ingot obtained by the Czochralski process (“Mono” family)
check Max 34% recycled if monolike ingots (“Monolike” family).

check OUR GUARANTEES

Products compliant with the latest CRE requirements

Appropriate certificates for the right calculation methods

 

Regulatory labeling and traceability

A pragmatic and realistic industrial approach

Closely supervised supply in conformity with the winning project

check Performing LCA

ECS certificates edited

LCAs carried out

Audited production sites

Months of development

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The French solar market has been subject since 2011 to calls for tenders from the Energy Regulatory Commission.

We have made it our specialty to develop low carbon offers in line with the needs of players in the French market.

Also, we share with you our knowledge in a series of articles.

 

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Rapid introduction to the CRE bidding mechanism

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Introduction to Simplified Carbon Footprint: calculation

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LCA and optimized carbon values: method 2 & documentary process

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Impact of the manufacturing country and process: what are the optimization targets?

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Low carbon supply: The Norwegian question

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Low-carbone modules : what are the promising alternatives

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Is Polysilicon FBR a solution for the French market?

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