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  • SPIE Energy Solutions awarded prize for efficient cooling technology | SPIE

    -SPIE's innovation in cooling technology reduces greenhouse gas emissions euros 10 000 prize money for efficient cooling technology. Essen, 25 April 2016 -SPIE Energy Solutions GmbH was awarded first prize in the category" Measures to Reduce Emissions by Partial Refurbishment of Cooling or Air Conditioning Systems" by a panel in Berlin
  • Green economy | SPIE

    The purpose of this policy is to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and energy consumption at every level... The report will serve to develop targeted efforts to reduce emissions
  • SPIE beats competition to win lighting installation contract at Carrington Power's new power station | SPIE

    SPIE places a great emphasis on the use of technology and on reducing carbon emissions; the new Carrington power station fits perfectly with these values. contact
  • Benecke-Kaliko AG extends contract with SPIE | SPIE

    Specifically, the measures implemented by SPIE have reduced carbon emissions by over 24 percent. SPIE's underlying concept included the construction of a new power station with a boiler house for steam production and a cooling station for the supply of cooling water
  • Carbon accounting | SPIE

    As an environmentally responsible company, SPIE performed carbon accounting internally to evaluate the carbon dependency of its activities, identify the main sources of greenhouse gases, and undertake efforts to reduce these harmful emissions. Measuring greenhouse gas emissions
  • Spotlighting electric mobility for local authorities and businesses in Corrèze, France | SPIE

    The advantages of this new mode of transport, such as lower energy consumption, lower costs, reduced carbon emissions and driver comfort, are well-known but the rollout of electric mobility in France remains limited. To maximise the effect of this occasion, Renault provided the visitors with a choice of electric cars (Kangoo Z E and Zoe) and its Twizy electric quadricycle for test drives
  • Spotlight on electric mobility for local authorities and businesses in Tours urban area | SPIE

    The advantages of this new mode of transport, such as lower energy consumption, lower costs, reduced carbon emissions and driving comfort, are well-known but the rollout of electric mobility in France remains limited. To maximise the effect of this presentation, Renault provided the visitors with a choice of electric cars (Kangoo Z E and Zoe) and its Twizy electric quadricycle for test drives
  • "Smart City" and "e-nitiative Buildings" from SPIE - Giving new meaning to the city and buildings | SPIE

    Owing to changes in Europe's energy landscape (new modes of consuming and using electricity, the intermittence of renewable energy sources, and the aim of reducing carbon emissions), electricity utilities are modernising power grids with new information and communication technologies. SPIE is assisting with the implementation of a balanced, diversified and flexible energy mix by providing operators with effective solutions and helping them to make good use of new digital technologies, such as smart grids
  • Global warming: SPIE works for a sustainable city | SPIE

    To reduce the harmful environmental impact of greenhouse gases and fight against climate change, it is essential to rethink urban development... Whether at European or world level, the reports of carbon footprint are indeed inciting us to change our habits: according to the French department of ecology, CO 2 emissions have increased by 80 % since 1970 and 30 % since 1990 to the equivalent of 49 Gt of CO 2 in 2010. In the transportation industry, more than 90 % of the CO 2 emissions are produced by cars, which also emit particles
  • Electric vehicles: SPIE shares its experience as a charging station installer | SPIE

    Strongly committed to reducing the environmental impact of its business activities, SPIE is taking steps to cut down on waste from its work sites and also to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions linked to all its business travel requirements... SPIE, the first company to have obtained the energy efficiency accreditation awarded by SERCE (French association of electrical engineering and HVAC companies), has for several years been pursuing a strategy to reduce the greenhouse gas emissions of its customers and its own activities