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Efficient Solutions by ENGIE : 'District Cooling System'  and 'DERMS'
Other innovations 03/11/2021

Efficient Solutions by ENGIE : "District Cooling System" and "DERMS"

During COP26 in Glasgow the Solar Impulse Foundation  proposes 1000+ solutions to help  political and decision makers meet more ambitious climate targets without compromising economic growth. ENGIE’s Zero-Carbon solutions are among the innovative solutions proposed.

Join the Solutions Explorer Series at COP26 for a first-hand experience! Register for a 30-minute session on energy solutions (4 November 2021), solutions for cities and regions (8 November 2021), or transport solutions (10 November).

We have achieved the challenge set at COP22 of selecting 1000 clean and profitable climate solutions, now we are coming to COP26 with a suitcase full of over 1300 solutions and the tools to place them in the hands of decision-makers

Bertrand Piccard, Chairman and Founder of the Solar Impulse Foundation

Some of the Solutions developed by ENGIE’s innovators and referenced as “Efficient solutions” by the Solat Impulse Foundation since 2018 are available in the Solar Impulse Solutions Explorer, a one-of-a-kind search engine that  showcases 1,000+ clean and profitable Solutions that have been recognized by independent experts for their environmental and economic performance.

Visitors can search for solutionns on the "Solutions Explorer" to help them progress towards their climate objectives in a cost-competitive and profitable manner.  Come discover new and efficient ways of producing, consuming, and valuing resources!

Discover a selection of ENGIE’s Zero-Carbon Solutions showcased on Solutions Explorer : "District Cooling Systems" and "DERMS"

An energy-efficient approach to address urban heat island effectA flexible, modular and patented battery solution for energy systems
District Cooling Systems are positioned as an effective technology to mitigate the heat island effect exacerbated by conventional, stand-alone cooling systems.Since 1991, Engie have developed and operated Paris one of the largest district cooling system in the world, CLIMESPACE in Paris. Spread across 10 production sites that are 100% powered by renewable electricity, the system generates chilled water delivered to more than 600 customers - hotels, offices, retailers - through a 73 km underground closed network.
Imagine a festival that wants to use green energy for its lighting, music, and catering, but the grid connection is insufficient. Customers can rent DERMS Mobile containerised storage to avoid noise pollution and greenhouse gas emissions from diesel-fuelled motors.A combination of DERMS Mobile storage and renewable fuels, like biodiesel or hydrogen can also be designed in case a longer duration energy supply is needed. 
Find out More :  District Cooling Systems - Solar Impulse Efficient Solution

Find out More : DERMS Mobile Storage - Distributed Energy Resources Management System

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