FRANCE 2030: one year after its launch, the first concrete results in New Aquitaine

Prime Minister Elisabeth BORNE chaired the France 2030 national monitoring committee on Friday 18 November. Together with the ministers in charge of implementing the plan, representatives of ecosystems, business and research networks, trade unions and employers’ organizations and of the operators, the prime minister elaborated an initial evaluation of the action of France 2030, one year after its launch by the President of the Republic on October 12, 2021, and detailed the strategic roadmaps.

With 8.4 billion euros invested in more than 1,700 innovative projects across the countryFrance 2030 has accelerated its deployment to structure our ecosystems and transform key sectors of our economy in a sustainable way through innovation, industrialization and research.

In New Aquitaine, the projects supported by France 2030, 92 in number and for a total amount of 213 million euros, are very present and mark a strong territorial dynamism.

54 billion euros, 10 GOALS AND 6 LEVERS TO LIVE BETTER, PRODUCE BETTER AND KNOW THE WORLD BETTER

Government priority policy, France 2030 has a clear ambition: to position France not just as a mere player, but as a leader in the world of tomorrow. France 2030 transforms the desire to act into concrete projects to produce better, live better and better understand the world.

With unprecedented resources, 54 billion euros over 5 years, France 2030 means:

10 goals precise and easily identifiable:

  1. To bring innovative small nuclear reactors to France by 2030 with improved waste management
  2. Make France the leader in carbon-free hydrogen and develop cutting-edge renewable energy technologies
  3. Decarbonise our industry and input production
  4. To produce in France, by 2030, almost 2 million electric vehicles and zero emissions
  5. To produce the first low-carbon aircraft in France by 2030
  6. Innovate for healthy, sustainable and traceable food
  7. To produce at least 20 biopharmaceuticals in France, in particular against cancer, chronic diseases and to develop and produce innovative medical devices
  8. Bring France back to the forefront of cultural and creative content production
  9. Take our full part in new space adventure
  10. Investing in the seabed field

6 levers develop materials, digital or even start-ups, research and training;

  1. Guarantee access to raw materials
  2. Secure access to critical components including electronics, robotics and smart machines
  3. Developing talent by building the education of tomorrow
  4. Master sovereign and secure digital technologies
  5. Building on the excellence of our higher education, research and innovation ecosystems
  6. Accelerate the emergence, industrialization and growth of startups

For a strengthened territorialisation, the Prime Minister announced the deployment of “Sub-prefects France 2030 and investments”, who will transmit the plants and above all who will take care of supporting industrial projects, which is the responsibility of the State, in collaboration with the communities.

A CLEAR INVESTMENT STRATEGY TO AIM FOR EXCELLENCE WITH CONCRETE INDICATORS TO ASSESS THE IMPACT

France 2030 is an investment strategy who :

  • aspires to excellence, prepare France for 2030 in a context of international competition and which requires the concentration of resources on the most promising projects and technologies.
  • makes the decarbonisation of the economy the main problem, with the aim of financing 50% of the projects that concretely reduce our country’s CO² emissions.
  • focuses on emerging players and territories, to empower our ecosystems and established players. 60% of France Relance beneficiaries are SMEsSmall and medium enterprises.

The notion of impact is at the heart of France 2030’s investment management. To apply it to the France 2030 scale, a reference system has been developed which is systematically implemented at each stage of the investment cycle: project selection, monitoring and evaluation.

  • 8 main areas are analysed: innovation ; economical progress ; decarbonisation and sustainable development; strategic autonomy and sovereignty; human capital and knowledge; command; health and social; mix.
  • Furthermore, each project is also systematically evaluated in relation to its territorial impact: contribution to the emergence of an unexpected territory, strengthening of a sector in several territories, possibility to replicate innovations on a larger scale, demonstration of innovation in real conditions in the territories. Depending on the objectives pursued, specific indicators can also be added to the analysis.

The quantified elements of France 2030 will be made public on france2030.gouv.fr, in particular the list of beneficiaries, the amounts committed per action and per territory, as well as the impact data.

FRANCE 2030 EN NEW AQUITANIAA POWERFUL LOCAL NETWORK

France 2030 acts for everyone everywhere. In the last year, its diffusion has been marked by the support for numerous local projects.

In total, in New Aquitaine, there are 92 winning projects and 213 million euros committed (excluding regionalized France 2030, equity and Bpifrance counter aid).

For example, in Nouvelle-Aquitaine France 2030 he argues:

  • Febus optics, based in Pau, winner of the i-NOV competition. FEBUS OPTICS’ mission is to provide high performance, cost effective and robust fiber optic sensing solutions that are easy to install and use. FEBUS OPTICS products allow acoustic (DAS), thermal (DTS, DSTS) and mechanical (DTS, DSS, DSTS) measurements. The goal is to design a solution (hardware and software) for multi-criteria measurement (simultaneously temperature, strain and partial discharges) on all cables of an electrical network. This solution will give a significant advantage and strong differentiator to FEBUS Optics in rapidly developing markets such as electrical cable monitoring. The modeling of all electrical cables and the design of an acoustic measurement system will allow the detection of partial discharges and movement of the cables. This will increase energy distribution through accurate monitoring, reducing risk and decreasing the LCOE (levelized cost of energy) of renewable energy farms by avoiding cable damage.
  • CMP compositeswinner of the tender for mini launcher projects a young SMESmall and medium enterprises innovative company based in Eysines, created in 2016 by two engineers from the aeronautics and solid propulsion sectors. The activities of CMP Composites revolve around 3 main axes: Design, Modeling and Prototyping. This 22-employee facility is a recognized player in the field of composite materials and in particular in tank manufacturing.

The project consists in the development of an innovative tank solution in composite materials capable of storing all the liquid propellants necessary for the propulsion of mini and micro launchers. The main objective of this project is to offer the players of the New Space: a solution in composite materials capable of storing any liquid propellant an agile architecture capable of integrating internal tank functions, strategic independence, compatible mass and cost of challenges.

56% of the plan funds went to promoters based in the regions. To strengthen the territorial anchoring of the plan, 11 regions have already joined forces with the state for a regionalised section of France 2030 co-managed by the presidents of regional councils and regional prefects. Among the 11 agreements already signed is an overseas region, Reunion.

Endowed with 1 billion euros financed in equal parts by the State and the Regions, “Regionalised France 2030” aims tosupport innovation, start-ups, SMEs, ETIs or local organizations in particular, throughout the national territory. Its particularity lies in the co-financing method: every euro invested by the State is supplemented by a euro invested by the Region..

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Learn more about: https://www.gouvernement.fr/france-2030
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