in our future
An experienced, forward-looking leadership
President Michel Lecomte, and Technical and Innovation Director Maylis Duru have been combining their respective expertise in electronics and renewable energy to give life to ever more innovative solutions over the last few years. They have surrounded themselves with likeminded experts, investors, and partners to make PowiDian a major agent of change on the essential market of decarbonization. After developing standalone stations and nomad units, they are now leading PowiDian into the promising realm of eco-mobility.
From the beginning, our people, projects, and investments have grown in keeping with PowiDian’s vision and pioneering spirit. This has meant steady growth for a promising decarbonization market.
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Hydrogen value chain and technologies are one of the most dynamic fields in renewables, receiving strong political and financial support in EMEA as part of energy transition and decarbonization efforts. Adoption is expected to take off in coming years. According to a McKinsey survey, by 2050, hydrogen could represent 18% of the total of energy demand, a $2,500 billion market by 2050.
Current prospective studies expect a quarter of private cars and buses, and 30% of utility vehicles to be powered by hydrogen by 2050. PowiDian has identified the promising niche of specialized light-duty vehicles to scale from, targeting underserved segments in local authorities and refrigerated delivery: €700 million addressable in Europe.
As an early mover in clearly identified applications such as construction sites and events, PowiDian is well-positioned to benefit from the expected rise in demand for hydrogen gensets: €600 million addressable in Europe.
Empowered by a track record of successful projects deployed since 2014 for high-profile clients such as EDF, CEA and the French Army, PowiDian is well-positioned to capture its fair share of a sizeable and growing market: €500 million addressable in Europe.
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