Partenaires du Grand Lyon
COMMUNAUTÉ DU GRAND-LYON
Nom du partenaire
France
Grand Lyon
France
SPLA Lyon-Confluence
France
HESPUL
France
Agence Locale de l’Energie de l’Agglomération Lyonnaise (ALE)
France
Bureau d’études ENERTECH
France
Centre de Thermique de Lyon (INSA-CETHIL)
France
SCI Lyon Confluence La Presqu’île (LOT A)
France
SCI Lyon Islands (LOT B)
France
Société La Confluence-Ilot C (LOT C)

Partenaires UE de RENAISSANCE

Nom
Type de collaboration
Commission Européenne, DGTREN Co-financement des projets CONCERTO dans le cadre du 6ème Programme-Cadre de R&D
Concerto Plus Mise en réseau des Communautés CONCERTO

LYON COMMUNITY


The Greater-Lyon Urban Community (Grand Lyon)
 : As the capital-city of the Rhone-Alps Region, which is at the peak of sustainable energy development in France, the Greater-Lyon demonstrates through its direct participation in this project its will to make environment-friendly urban and building design a major axis of its commitment toward sustainable development. Drawn out from lessons learnt through the previous EC program RESTART, they intend through RENAISSANCE to upgrade, accelerate and generalise the highest energy standards for all new and retrofitted construction operation in the 1.2 million inhabitants area under their responsibility.
See : www.grandlyon.com

SPLA Lyon-Confluence (Lyon-Confluence)
 : This local public/private limited company has been established in 1999 on the joint initiative of the City of Lyon and of the Greater Lyon Council, in partnership with public and private stakeholders interested in the development project of the Confluence. The shareholding gathers public and private operators recognised for their know-how and their skills in financial engineering of urban development (Greater-Lyon Council 26.25%, City of Lyon 26.25%, Rhône District 5%, CDC national public bank 10.83%, 6 private banks 30%, others 1.67%). Their involvement in RENAISSANCE will secure the 1 200 000 m2 to be built in Lyon-Confluence during the next 30 years to follow the highest RUE and RES standards.
See for details : www.lyon-confluence.fr

Hespul
 : An internationally recognised not for profit organisation specialised in RUE and RES promotion through educational, technical and social activities. Firstly focused on grid-connected PV through numerous EC-funded projects under the 4th, the 5th and the 6th RTD framework programs and through the participation in AIE PVPS task 10, Hespul’s activities are enlarged since 2000 to all RUE and RES technologies, as the Energy Information Centre of the Rhone District, a 200 000 inhabitants rural area surrounding the conurbation of Lyon, with the support of main public Authorities in the area.
See for details : www.hespul.org

Agence Locale de l’Energie de l’Agglomération Lyonnaise (ALE)
 : ALE is the local Save Agency created by the Greater-Lyon in 1999 within the SAVE II program of the European Commission, with premises located in the city centre of Lyon. Its main partners of the agency are the Greater Lyon, ADEME, the Rhone-Alps Regional Council, the other Energy Information Centres and Save Agency in Rhone-Alps and France.
The objectives fixed for ALE are :
-  to take part in the improvement of the public and private housing stock,
-  to improve energy quality of social housing,
-  to promote the rational use of energy in transport,
-  to encourage awareness of rational use of energy and to encourage renewable energy sources in the residential sectors ;
-  to take part in the training courses of RUE, on sustainable quality of buildings. The agency has been established as a non-profit making organisation with its own decision making body.
See for details : www.ale-lyon.org

INSA de Lyon - CETHIL (CNRS/INSA/UCB Lyon1)
 : the Thermal Centre of Lyon (CETHIL) is a French Scientific Research National Centre (CNRS) Joint Research Unit (UMR 5008) and an inter-establishments laboratory of the National Institute for Applied Sciences (INSA) and of the Claude Bernard Lyon 1 University (UCB Lyon 1). It is a research and educational laboratory specialised in thermal sciences applied to buildings and construction.. Its main areas of competence are for building energy and internal comfort modelling and performance measurements. As leader of a University partnership involving several main public laboratories in France on these topics and in Australia (see § sub-contractors), they are also developing competencies on indirect (thermal) effects of build-integrated PV and hybrid thermal-PV solar energy.
See for more details :http://cethil.insa-lyon.fr

Enertech
 : ENERTECH, directed by Olivier SIDLER, senior engineer, is a consultancy team specialised in building energy management studies.
Technical fields of skill : thermal and photovoltaic uses of solar energy, energy efficiency of systems and envelopes, demand-side management.
Undertaken missions : building design and engineering, technical support to stakeholders, studies and research. Specialist in measurement campaigns, ENERTECH owns several thousands of measuring devices, and has at its disposal on of the most important databases in the world concerning power consumption in the residential sector. Numerous exemplary projects achieved. Leader of several European projects (under SAVE, Altener and 5th Demonstration programs).
See details at : http://www.enertech.fr

SCI Lyon Confluence La Presqu’île (LOT A)
 : SCI Lyon Confluence La Presqu’île is a company controlled by Nexity Apollonia, the developer selected by SEM Lyon-Confluence to design and build the section of estate A of the Lyon-Confluence project. This company was created just for the purpose of the design and construction of this building as it is generally done in France for the construction of buildings by developers.
Architects and engineering offices in charge of this building are given in the table below :

Section of estate LOT A
Contractor SCI Lyon Confluence La Presqu’île
Developer/owner Nexity Apollonia
Architects and RUE/RES engineers Tania Concko
Fabrice Dusapin et François Leclercq
Hervé Vincent
Sophie Brindel-Beth


SCI Lyon Islands (LOT B)
 : SCI Lyon Islands is a company controlled by Marignan and Alliade, two developers selected by SEM Lyon-Confluence to design and build the section of estate B of the Lyon-Confluence project. This company was created just for the purpose of the design and construction of this building as it is generally done in France for the construction of buildings by developers.
Architects and engineering offices in charge of this building are given in the table below :

Section of estate LOT B
Contractor SCI Lyon Islands
Developer/owner Marignan and Alliade
Architects and RUE/RES engineers Massimiliano Fuksas
Vincenzo Amantea
Clément Vergely
Cabinet HTVS


La Confluence-Ilot C (LOT C)
 : La Confluence-Ilot C is a company controlled by ING Real Estate and Atemi, two developers selected by SEM Lyon-Confluence to design and build the section of estate C of the Lyon-Confluence project. This company was created just for the purpose of the design and construction of this building as it is generally done in France for the construction of buildings by developers.
Architects and engineering offices in charge of this building are given in the table below :

Section of estate LOT C
Contractor La Confluence-Ilot C
Developer/owner ING Real Estate and Atemi
Architects and RUE/RES engineering Winy Maas / MVRDV
Manuelle Gautrand
Pierre Gautier
Erick van Egeraat
Emmanuel Combarel et Dominique Marrec
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