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Grenoble

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  • 1. Grenoble’s challenges regarding intelligent use and management of energy Dr Xavier NORMAND Project manager « Sustainable city » City of Grenoble
  • 2. Grenoble in brief Main city of the French Alps - City : 160,000 inhabitants - Metropolis : 440,000 inh. - Urban area : 700,000 inh. Population : young, qualified, international (50 different nationalities) Tradition of innovation, relying on a unique Research-Industry-University “ecosystem”
  • 3. Grenoble benefits from an exceptional natural environment (surrounded by mountains), also with severe constraints due to its enclosed valley (few building land, air pollution, frequent traffic congestion) => Policies towards environmental protection and public transportation development last for several decades
  • 4. Sustainable city program: the « Grenoble Facteur 4 » action plan  2008: adoption of the EU Climate and Energy Package (3x20), Grenoble is part of the first signatories of the Covenant of Mayors  the « Grenoble Facteur 4 » 32-action plan was launched as the framework of an integrated environmental policy including the objective of dividing GHG emissions on the territory by 4 in 2050: • The list of actions, with attached targets, was fixed for the 6-year mandate • An observatory for GHG emissions and energy consumption has been set up • It included an « eco-citizen » participative program focused on awareness-raising and best-pratice sharing  Energy issues took a large part in the program: • Thermal improvement programs for social housing and co-ownerships • New buildings with high energy performance (ahead of regulation) and mastered cost • Development of renewable energy sources: PV, biogas, waste and biomass for the DHC network (more than 50%) • Smart energy research and innovation programs (GreenLys, power to gas, …)
  • 5. Which are the new challenges about energy? Energy consumption on Grenoble city territory, 2005-2012: the major challenge is on buildings Large industry Small industry Residential Tertiary Transport people Transport goods Agriculture All sectors
  • 6. Energy performance of buildings is improving rapidly Thermal regulation in France Monitoring on social housing in Grenoble
  • 7. Energy expenses evoluate differently according to different uses… Specific electricity Cooking Hot water Global Heating Source ADEME – mean values for french families All forms of energy are not equivalent (heat / power, high temp / low temp, …)
  • 8. … and specific electricity becomes the main part in energy consumption Cooling Washing Lighting Others (electronic equipments) These are mean values for french families, the effect is much stronger in high energy performance buildings…
  • 9. New challenges for the DHC 9  213 employees  Largest french DHC network after Paris, coverage rate approx. 50% in Grenoble city  6 thermal power plants  1 single meshed network, high temperature / high pressure  6 different fuels: household waste, wood, meat and bone powder, coal, oil, gas  French « ECO-GRID » label: more than 50% of renewable and recovery energy Challenges in new « Eco-Districts »: Low temperature systems for heating Low cost solutions for « comfort cooling »
  • 10. New challenges for smart energy management: involve the actors Who needs to be smart? Why? How?
  • 11. Multi-level, multi-fluid monitoring system: the global concept the « softest » part Issues: - hard/soft balance - business models - awareness- to-behaviour process

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