Metropolitan council gives green light to creation and operation of a heating and cooling network to serve Nice Méridia. It will be the first geothermal network of the Nice Côte d'Azur Metropolis, distributing more than 30 GWh to heat and cooling to the entire neighborhood with 80% renewables. Another first: the creation in parallel of a multi-energy smart grid offer, accompanying the energy optimisation of the eco-district. The developments part of Nice Côte d'Azur goal to reach a 32% share of renewables in its energy mix by 2030.
Three of HSB's regional associations are now initiating collaboration with Metry for automated data storage of the energy consumption in their buildings. It is intended to lead to better decision-making and analysis for energy efficiency measures among tenant-owner associations.
A new podcast on urban issues in energy, mobility and ICT began recently and it kicked off with an issue dear to IRIS Smart Cities – vehicle to grid technology for electric cars.