This book aims to present a systemic perspective to energetic transition to a discarbonated society implying an increase of energetic efficiency of current production process, new way of energy production - integration of renewable energies, re-use of wastes. Main societal functions are analyzed in order to highlight the ongoing process of technological and non-technological innovations: transport and mobility, food, building.
Energetic transition is a key political and social current question. However there is a gap between speech and action. Even if we consider that transition could be managed, this process will take time and imply a broad diffusion of knowledge about this topic. The adopted perspective based on innovation system approach.
The purpose of this book isn’t to demonstrate the necessity of energetic transition neither to compare potential solutions; it is to analyze from a global perspective the energetic innovative system on building and to understand the limits of its development and potential new actions.
Keywords: Systems Engineering & Management