Call for project closed the 10|09|16
Purpose of the call for projects:
ENGIE is partnering with Unibail-Rodamco in this call for projects to identify innovative solutions for collecting, analyzing and retrieving information about energy consumption in large shopping centers (> 100 stores).
The solutions can be of a technological, digital, organizational, or financial nature. They should make it possible to:
Deadline for applications: 2016/09/12
Rewards and benefits:
The selected projects will:
Who is this call for projects for?
This call for projects is open to startups, young innovative companies and SMEs
ENGIE, in partnership with Unibail-Rodamco, is launching a call for projects to identify innovative solutions for collecting, analyzing and retrieving information about energy consumption in large shopping centers (> 100 stores) in line with the objectives of the Grenelle 2 law (1) and its "environmental annex."
The solutions can be of a technological, digital, organizational, or financial nature.
The expected gains of development of alternatives collection / analysis and restitution, dedicated to shopping centers, can be of different nature, and lead to:
The solutions being sought should be innovative in the broad sense and may cover one or more of the following aspects: new technologies for capturing and storing data (cloud), or digital, organizational, financial, commercial and/or business model innovations.
If they are primarily technological in nature, they will need to be mature enough to be easily tested on an existing asset.
Projects will be selected in two phases:
Following these presentations, the selection committee will choose the winning project by October 2016 at the latest.
The Selection Committee and the call for project partners:
The call for project partners:
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Unibail-Rodamco is the listed property company of reference in Europe and the third largest in the world of commercial real estate. Listed on the Paris Stock Exchange since 1972, it owns a portfolio worth 37.8 billion euros as of 31 December 2015, consisting of large commercial real estate assets in the largest and richest cities in Continental Europe. Unibail-Rodamco has chosen to operate in a limited number in sectors, namely large shopping centers of European capitals, major office buildings in the heart and to the west of Paris, and the major convention and exhibition centers in the Paris region. Unibail-Rodamco is by nature a long-term stakeholder and conducts all of its activities with sustainable development in mind. Whether in architecture, urban planning, design, energy efficiency or social and corporate responsibility, the Group is at the forefront in its field and is recognized as a reference in the field. www.unibail-rodamco.com
(1) The Grenelle 2 law signed on 12 July 2010 introduced the requirement for leases on office spaces and stores of 2000 m² or more to include an environmental annex. This has applied to all current leases since 14 July 2013.
(2) Vertuoz is a service platform developed by ENGIE that allows operators to use various data streams from a building to make it more efficient, easier to manage and more comfortable for its occupants. It enables energy consumption management, planning repair work, rapid reporting, CSR reports, asset management, simplified reading of automated features and building sensors, the integration of connected objects, better awareness of ecologically-friendly actions and interaction with occupants.
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