ENGIE DHC developments highlighted at Netexplo-UNESCO 'Smart about Cities'
The efforts of ENGIE in Ottawa, where they are working to modernize, maintain and operate a district energy system that heats 80 buildings and cools 67 buildings and Singapore, where they were selected by the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT) to construct the district cooling system (DCS) for its new campus at Punggol Digital District, have been highlighted at the Netexplo-UNESCO “Smart about Cities” Congress. A program is available here and a full replay of the event may be viewed below.
Operational Marketing Group Director for ENGIE, Michael Schack, featured in a round table entitled "Co-creating the city of tomorrow" as part of the Transformations Talk of Netexplo- Les Echos. A replay of this discussion (in French) is available here.
The six implications of the EU’s “Fit for 55” package for your Heating Network." was co-created with Euroheat and Power (Eloi Piel). In only 5 pages, it summarizes the first concrete steps that can help district heating networks prepare their organization for this transformation.
This study explores the district heating and cooling sector and its new challenges, notably innovative financing schemes and business models capable of addressing the need for increasing leverage of private or alternative financing.
Citizens of Balti, Moldova’s second-largest city, will benefit from more efficient district heating thanks to a new €15 million loan from the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to state-owned company CET Nord JSC. The company provides district heating services to around 70 per cent of the city’s population, as well as to numerous public buildings and commercial entities.