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Matthieu Langeron

TotalEnergies Renewables

Vice President, Distributed Generation

Matthieu LANGERON – Vice President Distributed Generation for TotalEnergies. Matthieu, 49 years old, engineer graduate of the Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble (France), joined the TotalEnergies Company in 1995. Beginning his career in the Cards and Retail business, he was in charge of different functions in Germany, France and Italy. Managing Director for Total in Tunisia between 2014 and 2017, Matthieu was in charge of the Global B2B division for the Marketing and Services branch of the Company. Identifying growth opportunities in the B2B markets, this business unit leveraged Global Key Accounts, Customer relationship and innovative solutions for the strategic segments of the Company. In 2021, Matthieu is appointed as Vice President Distributed Generation (DG) within TotalEnergies. Operating in 30 countries, the DG Business Unit has recently reached a new milestone with the signature of 1 GW of green Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) for self-consumption on the sites of its B2B customers. Matthieu is living in Paris with his wife and their two children, enjoys outdoor sports and alpinism.

Sessions With Matthieu Langeron

Thursday, 9 March

  • 07:15am - 08:20am (CST) / 09/mar/2023 01:15 pm - 09/mar/2023 02:20 pm

    Distributed Electricity: Balancing flexibility and reliability

    Power & Renewables
    Recent electricity supply shocks have further accelerated the uptake of distributed solutions, often in the form of solar photovoltaic (PV) systems. Households and businesses adopt distributed energy solutions to control electricity bills, meet renewable energy ambitions and ensure reliable power supply. Thanks to the cost-advantages of solar PV combined with supportive policy, the distributed energy segment has expanded beyond geographies with under-developed grids. What is the role of distributed generation in the future electricity grid? Can sudden surges in behind-the-meter generation disrupt the electricity markets? How are businesses evolving to deploy distributed generation solutions through profitable revenue models?