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Terr’innove: a new partnership to support territories in their energy transition challenges

Terr’innove: a new partnership to support territories in their energy transition challenges

ENGIE has evolved in order to better meet local expectations and be as close as possible to local issues and authorities. ENGIE helps territories to become:

More sustainable

More efficient

More innovative

More attractive

By collaborating with them to develop tailor-made solutions to address their concerns:

Help local governments make better use of their local energy resources and provide more efficient and efficient services

Provide greener, more competitive energy

Boost the local economy

Centre E.Leclerc de Quimper

Centre E.Leclerc de Quimper

Quimper shopping centre, built in 1988, has been equipped since 2015 with the biggest cool roof in Europe (+6000 square metres). The energy consumption of the shopping centre has been reduced by 45% thanks to the thermoplastic elastomer paint applied to its roof. This cool roof is a simple and efficient solution to curb air conditioning costs.

Efficacity and Europolia signed a R&D partnership as part of the Toulouse EuroSudOuest project

Efficacity and Europolia signed a R&D partnership as part of the Toulouse EuroSudOuest project

Europolia signed a R&D partnership with Efficacity to develop the energy strategy of the future Matabiau station in Toulouse, as part of the Toulouse EuroSudOuest project. Leading project of the region of Occitanie, Toulouse EuroSudOuest is a vast urban and transport development program that aims to transform Toulouse Matabiau train station into a multipurpose / multimodal centre and into a genuine living space directly connected to the city.

Paris Courthouse

Paris Courthouse

Paris Courthouse is the first high-rise building to meet the requirements of the Paris climate plan. This 160m high tower covering a footprint of 110 000 square metres is equipped with 2000 square metres of solar panels, with a rainwater recovery system and several green spaces.

Gironde Habitat's Les Souffleurs residence: first operation of collective self-consumption of electricity in France

Gironde Habitat's Les Souffleurs residence: first operation of collective self-consumption of electricity in France

As part of its working group on new legal tools for innovative urban projects, the Institut pour la Ville Durable (IVD - Sustainable city institute), with the support of LexCity, has produced two reports: one on legal tools for public procurement and the other on private law tools. These reports have been illustrated and developed further through case studies, proposed by the members of IVD, based upon three themes: circular economy, the sharing and pooling of uses and services and a local energy loop.

The Toulouse Matabiau EMP thermal and electrical grid (Multimodal terminal): a local energy loop project

The Toulouse Matabiau EMP thermal and electrical grid (Multimodal terminal): a local energy loop project

As part of its working group on new legal tools for innovative urban projects, the Institut pour la Ville Durable (IVD - Sustainable city institute), with the support of LexCity, has produced two reports: one on legal tools for public procurement and the other on private law tools. These reports were illustrated and further developed through case studies, proposed by IVD members, based on three themes: circular economy, the sharing and pooling of uses and services and a local energy loop.

Rehabilitation of wasteland in RT2012 and BBC

Rehabilitation of wasteland in RT2012 and BBC

Since 2015, Fressin has carried out several actions aimed at improving the commune's carbon footprint and energy efficiency, while maintaining the historical coherence of the city centre.

 

These measures have been implemented, among other things, through the renovation and rehabilitation of a number of buildings, the creation of an easy pathway between local municipal buildings and the installation of photovoltaic panels on the ground for the production and consumption of renewable and local energy, the installation of heat pumps and so on.

 

The 108 in Rouen: a sustainable building producing renewable energy

The 108 in Rouen: a sustainable building producing renewable energy

30 regions involved in the EcoCité approach receive support from the Avenir Ville de Demain (Future City of Tomorrow) investment programme managed by the Banque des Territoires on behalf of the State.

 

€4.5 M have been invested as part of this programme to support project 108 in Rouen.

 

Limours living lab – the Smart City showcase for rural and peri-urban towns

Limours living lab – the Smart City showcase for rural and peri-urban towns

Water, gas and electricity bills are among the main items of expenditure for municipalities, particularly those of medium size. The decline in state aid encourages them to find ways to better control such consumption, without proceeding to the complete renewal of their infrastructure, but by installing sensors on existing meters.