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Energy control through use : Digital tools for energy efficiency, the Technopole example

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Schneider Electric, an international group specialized in energy management and automation, occupies several sites in Grenoble. The city is the historic headquarters of the company, which employs 5,000 people on 12 sites. Wanting to bring its staff together and improve cooperation, Schneider Electric has launched a two-building project with ambitious energy performance goals.

 

The first, called Technopole, has been occupied since early 2017 Olivier Cottet, marketing director - energy research programmes at Schneider Electric, and Emmanuel Bernier, site environmental manager. A workplace designed as a living lab Technopole was designed to optimize space while improving the use and satisfaction of the 600 people who work on the premises. It is also a “living lab” where Schneider Electric's know (...)

 

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