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Triballat: a building made of prefabricated hemp wood-concrete

Triballat: a building made of prefabricated hemp wood-concrete

Triballat Noya is a dairy factory committed to organic and green farming. In order to accommodate its IT services, the company decided to resort to an innovative eco-design process: the building using locally-sourced, organic materials, made of hemp concrete, a plant whose seeds are harvested by the company for their food products. The idea was to design a building that would like them, enhance the agricultural sector and minimise its environmental impact.

Arkinova - activity generator

Arkinova - activity generator

Arkinova is a technology hub dedicated to eco-building, bringing together young start-ups, R&D companies, architects and engineers. The Basque Country urban authorities wanted this building to be exemplary: the materials that were used have a low energy and carbon footprint, enabling the structure to be energy positive, suitable to tomorrow’s societal, technical and energy changes, while respecting the environment. Offices are modular and equipped with cutting-edge technologies (3D digital modelling).

Circular economy: let’s take the lead!

Circular economy: let’s take the lead!

In January 2018, AdCF devoted the special feature section of its monthly review “Intercommunalités” to the circular economy. It explores the potential of this new model of sustainable development on a territorial scale: industrial ecology, financing and profitability, leverage of public procurement etc. All the challenges of the sector for local authorities are addressed and illustrated by concrete projects implemented by local council communities.

Circular economy: let’s take the lead!

Circular economy: let’s take the lead!

In January 2018, AdCF devoted the special feature section of its monthly review “Intercommunalités” to the circular economy. It explores the potential of this new model of sustainable development on a territorial scale: industrial ecology, financing and profitability, leverage of public procurement etc. All the challenges of the sector for local authorities are addressed and illustrated by concrete projects implemented by local council communities.

Private law legal tools for innovative urban projects

Private law legal tools for innovative urban projects

This report was produced by the law firm LexCity as part of the working group led by the French Network for the Sustainable City on “New legal tools for innovative urban projects”. Its objective is to analyse and identify the various private law legal tools in effect that may facilitate urban innovation projects.

Public procurement legal tools for innovative urban projects

Public procurement legal tools for innovative urban projects

This report has was produced by the law firm LexCity as part of the working group led by the French Network for the Sustainable City on “New legal tools for innovative urban projects”. Its objective is to analyse, identify and clarify the benefits and best practices of public law legal tools for urban innovation. These tools are also a means of cooperation between public and private actors.

The role of energy operators in face of local energetic performance challenges

The role of energy operators in face of local energetic performance challenges

This case study was carried out as part of the “New Urban Economic Model” working group set up by the French Network for Sustainable City. Its objective is to analyse changes in the energy sector, based on the main factors driving the transformation of urban services, as a result of the digital revolution. This study also draws 4 prospective portraits of future energy performance operators.

New urban economic models: the role of waste management operators against the circular economy

New urban economic models: the role of waste management operators against the circular economy

This case study was carried out as part of the “New Urban Economic Model” working group set up by the French Network for Sustainable City. Its objective is to provide a sectoral and prospective analysis of circular economy operators in light of the recent developments, particularly the digital revolution and the hybridisation of services impacting the waste management sector.

New urban economic models : what will urban services operators look like ?

New urban economic models : what will urban services operators look like ?

“What will urban service operators look like?” is the synthesis of a working group led by the French Network for Sustainable City on new urban economic models applied to the three main sectors, namely circular economy, real estate and energy performance. This analytical, sectoral and prospective study focused on the change factors in urban services tied to the digital revolution and resource scarcity. As such, it envisages the faces of tomorrow’s urban service operators for each of these sectors.

Real estate as a service

Real estate as a service

This case study was carried out as part of the “New Urban Economic Model” working group set up by the French Network for Sustainable City. Its objective is to analyse changes in the real estate sector based on the main factors influencing changes in urban services. To this end, it presents 3 prospective profiles corresponding to the new economic models of real estate operators, which have  become service-oriented.