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Greater Paris: Clemessy designs and builds the monitoring and control equipment for the Thermal Smart Grid of the Plateau de Saclay

25.08.2017

In charge of developing the Plateau de Saclay as an international research and innovation centre, the Paris Saclay Local Planning and Development Agency (EPAPS) has signed a Design, Building, Operation and Maintenance (DBOM) contract with the IDEX - EGIS consortium for a period of seven years. These two companies have undertaken to create an urban heating and cooling network on two joint development zones (ZAC) and have chosen Clemessy to design and build the monitoring and control equipment for the Thermal Smart Grid which will control all the installations implemented on the two ZACs.

Unlike usual urban heating and cooling networks, the Plateau de Saclay network has one decentralized production model per district and a centralized additional heating and cooling supply. Each ZAC therefore has two geothermal boreholes (i.e. a doublet) made in the Albian groundwater table (approximately 30°C). The new thermal network proposed by the consortium will be fully incorporated into the future Paris Saclay Smart Energy Programme (led by the EPAPS).

The monitoring & control system which Clemessy has to design and build must allow all the [...]

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The Beatus-Rhenanus bridge illuminated

10.08.2017

Clemessy Strasbourg carried out the lighting and electrification of the Beatus-Rhenanus bridge, which was opened to traffic in April 2017, for the CTS (Strasbourg Transportation Company).

Measuring 290 m long and 16 m wide, it offers a multi-modal cross-border link: pedestrian and cycle paths as well as a tramway line.

The lighting consists of [...]

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New expertise for Game Ingenierie

27.07.2017

As specialists in the maintenance of laboratory equipment, Game Ingénierie carries out work in numerous research laboratories throughout France.

The subsidiary has developed industrial transfer expertise in this field and has just been chosen by the CEA in Grenoble for an overall microelectronics research equipment transfer project.
The teams involved will carry out the [...]

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