Most of the objections on the ADEME study seem to be based on an outdated knowledge of the existing progress in research and industry, as well as on a stance to resist change.
The genuine question is not the technical feasibility of a 100 % renewable electricity supply – we mostly know we can do it. But the ability of the current system to change and implement it.
The ADEME study does not cover the latter. It provides a credible foreseeable future – even with relatively conservative assumptions on renewable energy costs. Yet, it doesn’t provide the path to make it happen.