ALLICE’s vocation and objectivesIndustrial sector decarbonisation and energy transition must be accelerated to meet today’s urgent environmental and climate challenges and to limit the use of resources. To achieve this, it is essential to mobilise all players - industrial operators, solution providers, specifiers, utilities, research centres - in a cross-sectoral approach, in order to facilitate the transfer of technologies and to conduct projects enriched by a diversity of stakeholders.
For this, a dedicated and neutral leadership structure capable of facilitating exchanges and bringing together currently dispersed players, while taking into account the economic dimension of the sector, was created. This is how ALLICE (Industrial Alliance for Competitiveness and Energy Efficiency) was born in July 2018, at the initiative of CETIAT, associated with CETIM, CTCPA and ENEA, joined in 2020 by CTIF and CTMNC.
Labelled as a pilot project by the Alliance Industrie du Futur, supported by the French Agency for Ecological Transition (ADEME) and by the General Directorate for Enterprises (DGE) of the French Ministry of the Economy and Finance, ALLICE is ready to work with you to move towards a low-carbon industry together!
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CTP (PAPER TECHNICAL CENTER) JOINS THE ALLICE BOARD
As part of its efforts to forge closer links with the industrial technical centres by 2023, ALLICE welcomes a new shareholder in its governance structure, the CTP (Centre Technique du Papier – Paper technical center), which will now contribute to the overall strategy of the alliance alongside its founding members: CETIAT (Technical Centre for Thermal and Aeraulic), CETIM (Technical Centre for Mechanical Industries), CTCPA (Agri-Food Technical Centre), CTMNC (Technical Centre for Natural Building Materials) and Blunomy.
The CTP's arrival highlights the close connections and shared values between ALLICE and the Industrial Technical Centres (CTIs).
MIX.E: ALLICE HOSTS TWO ROUND TABLES !
The carbon-neutral energy mix exhibition is back for its second edition on 10 and 11 May ! ALLICE will be hosting two round tables : one dedicated to renewable heat, and the other to the links between decarbonising industry and competitiveness.
SIGN UP/REGISTER FOR OUR CONGRESS ON SEPTEMBER 19 AND 20!
Registration is now officially open for our biennial conference on "Decarbonise industry: act now and innovate for tomorrow", which will be held on 19 and 20 September at the Salons Hoche in Paris. During two days, our event will offer a 360° view of decarbonisation and energy efficiency in industry.
ALLICE 2023 CONFERENCE: RESPOND TO OUR CALL FOR PAPERS!
The call for papers for the 2023 edition of our ALLICE Congress "Decarbonise industry: Act now and innovate for tomorrow" is now open! Through the presentation of national and European large-scale projects, our ambition for this new edition is to give participants all the technical, economic and innovative keys to decarbonise their industry and reduce their energy consumption.
SOLAR THERMAL ENERGY AND EFFICIENT VENTILATION: ALLICE PUBLISHES TWO NEW STUDIES FOR ITS MEMBERS!
At the beginning of this year, ALLICE continues to publish the latest collective work the members voted for in 2022. This month, members were able to learn about the study "Potential of solar thermal energy in industry" and the state of the art "Efficient ventilation solutions".
OPEN OPINION COLUMN | "REINVENT FRENCH INDUSTRY WITH A SUSTAINABLE, LOW-CARBON MODEL, INDEPENDANT OF FLUCTUATIONS IN ENERGY COSTS: THE NEED FOR A LONG-TERM VISION".
By Christophe Debard, Chairman of the Industrial Alliance for Competitiveness and Energy Efficiency (ALLICE), and Eliéta Carlu, its Director.
SOLUTIONS FOR REDUCING ENERGY CONSUMPTION ON INDUSTRIAL SITES: FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE PROGRAMME!
ALLICE works in association with the AXELERA and TENERRDIS competitiveness clusters to organise a one-day meeting between solution providers and contractors, dedicated to "Solutions for reducing the energy consumption of industrial sites", on Thursday 2 February 2023, in person in Villeurbanne (69).
DISCOVER THE 2023 STUDY TOPICS!
This year promises to be a busy one, with the launch of 9 themes: 6 collective studies and 3 state-of-the-art reports.