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Electricity consumption

  • Two DBOM contracts for SPIE Sud-Est | SPIE

    Design- Build- Operate- Maintain, to cut gas and electricity consumptions by 40 % for two Lyon high schools. Lycée Camille Claudel attended by 200 pupils in La Croix-Rousse and Lycée Les Canuts with 400 pupils in Vaulx-en-Velin
  • SPIE Sud-Est involved in the work to renovate and upgrade Cannes Port | SPIE

    To facilitate the management of all the installations, the teams installed remote metering systems for electricity consumption and drinking water. contact
  • Energy transport | SPIE

    The system can now be adjusted and managed remotely, making it possible to limit the electricity consumption of the bridge lighting system. SPIE also manages repair work on damaged networks
  • Optimising buiding's energy efficiency: SPIE showcases a new solution at the 2015 SIMI professional real estate exhibition | SPIE

    40 % reduction in greenhouse gases, 27 % of Europe's energy consumption to come from renewable sources by 2030. SPIE intends to help achieve these targets by proposing innovative solutions including a tool which uses cable or radio transmission links for the remote real-time monitoring of a range of key data: water, gas and electricity consumption, and ambient temperature
  • COP 21: SPIE reaffirms its commitment to the fight against global warming | SPIE

    The solution adopted brought this pharmaceuticals company annual savings of euros 1 1 million, reduced annual electricity consumption by more than 10 000 kWh and replaced 8 000 MWh of heating with cogeneration technology. Through development in areas such as green energy sources, sustainable mobility, intelligent networks, eco-neighbourhoods and advanced communications, smart cities also pave the way to a reinvented urban environment that is more responsible and more economical with resources
  • "SMART CITY" and "e-NITIATIVE BUILDINGS" by SPIE Giving a new meaning to cities and buildings | SPIE

    The transformation of the European energy landscape (new modes of electricity consumption and use, intermittency of renewable energy, proposed reduction of CO 2 emissions) means that distributors have to modernise the networks in order to incorporate new information and communication technology... The aim of smart grids is to monitor, model, manage and streamline points of consumption in order to achieve a balance in real time between electricity supply and demand, whilst reducing the carbon footprint