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Reduce energy consumption

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

    In 2008, in order to reduce energy consumption in this area, and help reach the German Government's climate protection goals, the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) founded the German Cooling Prize. The award recognises organisations that have developed and implemented low-emission technologies and environmentally-friendly solutions in the area of cooling technology
  • The SPIE dossiers | SPIE

    To respond to the sustainable development objectives fixed by the Grenelle de l' environnement, it is necessary to drastically reduce our energy consumption. In big cities, to achieve these objectives, the management of all the streams (energy, transport, water...) must be controlled
  • EDF Energy Appoints SPIE UK to support work to improve public and private sector carbon footprint | SPIE

    The partnership will see EDF Energy and SPIE UK work together to reduce the energy consumption of public and private sector buildings throughout the UK... EDF Energy and SPIE UK survey the buildings and prepare detailed proposals for introducing methods, technology or processes that will reduce the energy consumption or costs of those buildings before delivering the project
  • SPIE Ouest-Centre chosen to cut energy consumption at 7 high schools in Pays de la Loire region, France | SPIE

    This contract, with guaranteed results, is aimed at reducing energy consumption of the heating and hot water installations seven senior high schools(* four in the department of Vendée and three in Mayenne). The contract, secured by a SPIE Ouest Centre led consortium with EDF Optimal Solutions, comprises the following two parts
  • SPIE: the city of the future will be a smart city! | SPIE

    To respond to the sustainable development objectives fixed by the Grenelle de l' environnement, it is necessary to drastically reduce our energy consumption. In big cities, to achieve these objectives, the management of all the streams (energy, transport, water...) must be controlled
  • Global warming: SPIE works for a sustainable city | SPIE

    SPIE designs and manufactures technical solutions to reduce energy consumption, like smart buildings or advanced electric vehicle charging infrastructure. With an autonomy of 150 km and a performance in constant improvement, the electric car will play a very important role in the evolution towards Eco Mobility in the years to come, given today most of the most part of motorists use their vehicles on short trips
  • SPIE awarded a new maintenance contract for the technical installations of France's National Space Research Centre, the Centre national d'études spatiales (CNES) | SPIE

    The aim of this approach, which will involve the majority of CNES ' workforce, is to reduce energy consumption by 15 %. This monumental assignment will require SPIE Sud-Ouest's teams to work closely with CNES ' Sub-Directorate, in order to bring together the major issues concerning the availability of the installations, the longevity of the facilities, user comfort and a reduction in consumption
  • SPIE makes Postbank more energy efficient | SPIE

    Ratingen, May 4th 2017 --Postbank wants to systematically reduce its energy consumption. Its partner, SPIE Energy Solutions GmbH, has been helping the company achieve this aim for many years
  • Carbon accounting | SPIE

    At its subsidiaries, the company has instituted rideshare programmes and reduced energy consumption at facilities. Finally, on the Group level, it is increasing the percentage of electric vehicles in its fleet and implementing more green IT solutions
  • SPIE Wins £2.6m Contract for Installation Upgrade at Manchester Airport | SPIE

    The energy-efficient, low maintenance and controllable tunnel lighting system will significantly reduce the energy consumption and running costs compared to the existing installation, whilst complying with the latest standards. Philip Kinsella, Operations Director of SPIE UK's Industrial Services division, comments