Created in 2011, BePark allows users to temporarily rent a parking space in one of the car parks of its network, and let car park owners register theirs on an online platform. Pooling, digitizing, transitioning to a use economy… this week, Julien Vandeleene, founder of BePark, presents the company’s vision for tomorrow’s urban mobility.
How to use the heat released by data centres or by an incineration plant? Or how to reuse the heat produced in the tunnels of the metro?
All these energies exist but are often lost because they are not used: we speak of fatal energy. However, according to ADEME, the national industrial fatal heat pool alone amounts to 109.5 TWh, or 36% of industrial fuel consumption.
For this new article from season 10 of the Urban Chronicles dedicated to mobility, we invite you to discover three good practices that illustrate our vision of the sustainable city applied to mobility.
At Green Soluce, we imagine the city of tomorrow from a prism that is articulated around three essential values: frugality, inclusion and resilience. To do this, we draw on ideas and approaches that meet these commitments.
The 2017 ADEME study on the place of the electric vehicle in the ecological transition in France shows that these cars could have more advantages by developing services to the electric system ( “vehicle-to-grid” or V2G). What does this system consist of? How can it fit into the building? Is there a synergy between local energy production, electricity storage and buildings? Quick inventory of fixtures.
Urban logistics is the best way to transport incoming and outgoing goods and their movement within the urban fabric. It forms a whole that includes not only transport but also storage, packaging, order management, returns management, packaging and pallet management, home delivery and the delivery relay offer. A global reflection and management are essential. After having left the city for several decades, logistics is back.
In this article, Sonia, our Urban Blogger, shares with us her point of view on Multigenerational Home Sharing.
We spend nearly 90% of our time in confined spaces, particularly offices and housing. Air quality affects the concentration, well-being and health of building users. It has become a concern for user-citizens, a health and economic issue for public authorities but also an essential criterion for real estate and urban actors.
An event expected by the entire sustainable real estate and urban sector, Green Soluce is publishing for the 6th consecutive year The Sustainability Barometer™ – 2019 Edition !
This week we met Vincent Aurez, Director of Innovation and Sustainable Development at Novaxia. In this new episode of Urban ChroniclesTM, discover how Novaxia questions the value in use of a real estate asset and conducts temporary urban planning projects with a social impact.
For this episode of the Urban ChroniclesTM, we spoke with Eric Bousrez, Real Estate Director of Société Générale Group. He explains the group’s actions and ambitions as part of its real estate CSR approach. It also discusses the implementation of the Flex Office in terms of real estate but also managerial transition.