Carole Le Gall - Sustainable Places

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Carole Le Gall – CEO CSTB
Share facts : global issues, local solutions
SAFETY
HEALTH
ENERGY
ENVIRONMENT
ECONOMY
SOCIAL
DIGITAL INTEGRATION
Social, economical, environmental
Growing & Aging Population | Impact on mobility, building
design & urban planning
Climate change, Energy Issue | Impact on buildings & their
life cycle assessment
Economic down turn | Impact on growth,
employment, investment
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CSTB: a collaborative platform for innovation
in sustainable construction
4 key activities
key figures
Scientific excellence
at the European
and international level.
Scientific and technical
expertise in the field
of innovation
and prospective.
Research
A group of
1,000
staff
Expertise
Over
3,000
associated
experts
Dissemination
Supporting the
professionals through
knowledge dissemination
and training.
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Assessment
The impartiality of CSTB
makes it a reliable
partner for economic
players and public
authorities.
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turnover
CSTB: Partner of the European research networks
Bringing together 210 public and private organisations,
CSTB acts as Secretariat General for :
• ECTP - European Construction Technology Platform
• E2BA - Energy Efficient Buildings Association
ECTP and E2BA develop roadmaps for European
research in construction and energy efficiency
2 news feeds :
• European Construction : http://www.ectp.org/enewsportal
• Call for proposals : http://euro-rdt.cstb.fr/gb/
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Share
questions
Are sustainable buildings
really healthy?
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Indoor air quality: can we prove it?
LUM’AIR: a device
developed by CSTB
that analyses indoor
air quality in schools
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Are sustainable buildings
really safe?
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Can we prove it?
Vulcain
CSTB’s world class research
facility used for fire resistance
testing of structures up to 7m
wide and 9m high.
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Can IT help?
Smarter cities and buildings
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Digital modeling
Light
Noise and traffic
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Are sustainable buildings
really green?
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Addressing SP challenges:
Connecting research to market
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Stimulating public and private R&D partnerships
A leading player in the field of urban energy efficiency
Energy efficiency for a
sustainable city
28 key actors of energy
efficiency in France
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Current EU project portfolio
CITYOPT
ECODISTR-ICT
ENERGY IN TIME
HOLISTEEC
IDEAS
ODYSSEUS
PERFORMER
READY4SmartCities
RESILIENT
STREAMER
URBANITE
V-Con
WISDOM
ELIOS 2
SMART MED PARKS
REPUBLIC-MED
EeB-CA2
applied through regional case
studies with local partners
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A local response to a global issue: just one example
CITYOPT – Holistic simulation and optimisation of energy systems in smart cities
 Innovative demand-response
services in Nice Côte d’Azur
 Participatory design with citizens of
a social energy network
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Fostering international young talents
The winner : Università
de Roma III, Italia Rhome
for Density in Roma.
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Solar Decathlon 2014
An annual competition
challenging universities from all
over the world to design, build
and operate sustainable
buildings
http://vimeo.com/105108008
Fostering international young talents
The ten contests of the solar Decathlon competition
ARCHITECTURE
1 - Architecture
120
Jury
2- Engineering +
Construction
80
Jury
3 - Energy Efficiency
80
Jury
4 - Electrical Energy
Balance
120
Monitoring
5 - Comfort Conditions
120
Monitoring
6 - House Functioning
120
Monitoring + Tasks
7 - Communication &
Social Awareness
80
Jury
120
Jury
9 - Innovation
80
Jury
10 - Sustainability
80
Jury
ENERGY
COMFORT
SOCIOECONOMICS
STRATEGY
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8 - Urban Design,
Transportation &
Affordability
1000 pts
Fostering international young talents
Full-scale pilots
800 competitors, 16 countries
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Fostering international young talents
Impressive results :
 17 out of 20 pilots produced twice the amount of energy
than was consumed (with max 5 kWc Solar PV)
 Houses and flats nice to live in
 Concept of affordable, locally adapted, new and renovated buildings
 The competition village produced 982 kWh although the weather was
rainy and cloudy for 10 days
1st price : RHOME
Italy
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2nd price : PHILEAS
France
3rd Price : Prêt à Loger
The Netherlands
Is it enough ? Big paradox
Big expectations
SAFETY
ENERGY
ENVIRONMENT
HEALTH
ECONOMY
SOCIAL
Low investment rate
in research for the
building sector
(0,03% to 0,3% of GDP)
DIGITAL INTEGRATION
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SP14.that
A platform
A strategy
benefitsfor
innovation
stakeholders
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CSTB contributors to SP
Presentations
Frederic Bougrain – “Energy saving performance contracts: public
lighting versus building”
Eric Lebegue – “Ecobim - BIM and PLM for value driven life cycle
based sustainable business models” (Ecobim)
Daniel Quenard – “NZEB & EV for Energy Positive Communities”
Journal papers
Workshops
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Remi Bouchie, Simon Thebault, Pierre Boisson - “Short
methodologies for in-situ assessment of the intrinsic thermal
performance of the building envelope” (PERFORMER)
Catherine Guigou - “Energy-related KPIs at building and neighborhood
scale for optimization of building’s design” – (HOLISTEEC)
Marc Bourdeau – PERFORMER ; RESILIENT
Régis Decorme, Zia Lennard – CITYOPT
Bruno Fies – Ready4SmartCities ; ODYSSEUS
Mathieu Thorel – REPUBLIC-MED
Benoit Vinot – ENERGY IN TIME
Alain Zarli – IDEAS
SP14.
Enjoy
the
scientific
A
strategy
that
benefits
challenges and teambuilding !
stakeholders
Carole LE GALL - CEO CSTB
[email protected]
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