World Efficiency Forum: get with the programme!
Tuesday, 13 October
10.50 am - 11.35 am: Energy renovation: good reasons to choose renovation
Choosing renovation over total demolition; rebuilding the town over itself; preserving architectural heritage.
- Thierry AURIAULT, Deputy Managing Director of Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France - Rénovation Privée
- Laurent POULON, Deputy Managing Director of Bouygues Bâtiment Centre Sud-Ouest
- Franck HAMMOUTENE, Architect
- Nicolas FLAMENT, Chairman of the company Société de Réalisation Immobilière et d'Aménagement de l'Université de Bordeaux
- Jean-Frédéric HEINRY, Altarea Cogedim
11.45 am - 12.30 pm: Designing, building and operating urban infrastructures whilst reducing GHG emissions
A public transport infrastructure is often intended to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in towns, and progress has been made in the design and build phases in order to improve the overall carbon footprint.
- Benoit LANGE, Sales Director of Bouygues Travaux Publics Grands Travaux France
- Bertrand BURTSCHELL, Deputy Managing Director of Travaux Publics Grands Travaux France
- François FEUILLADE, Deputy Managing Director of the Communauté urbaine Nice Côte d’Azur
- Jean-Michel TORRENTI, Head of R&D at IFSTTAR
1.35 pm - 2.20 pm: Challenger or positive renovation. How to transform a 1980s campus into a positive energy building
Buildings renovation is an essential part of the response to the challenges of COP21. The Challenger site has been transformed - without the aesthetics of it being changed - from an energy-inefficient to a positive energy building; feedback on the innovations which made this possible.
- Rebecca COUZENS, Assistant Director of Studies & Technical; Sustainable Construction - Energy Engineering of Elan (Bouygues Construction Group)
- Jérôme MOUTERDE, Managing Director of Dual Sun
- Thierry JACQUET, Phytorestore
- Luc MONTEIL, Property Manager of Bollore Logistic to present the Biodivercity initiative
- Corentin MAUCORONEL, AMSTEIN + WALTHERT SAS
11.45 am - 12.30 pm: Using wood for low-carbon construction
In some cases, wood can be a viable alternative to concrete. Two examples of the usage of this renewable raw material: constructing prefabricated student residences and adding storeys to town centre buildings
- J-F. SIMAL ALDEA, Operations Director of Acieroid (Bouygues Construction Group)
- Michel VEILLON, Managing Director of Ossabois
- Philippe VEREECKE, Deputy Managing Director of Brézillon (Bouygues Construction Group)
- Alexandre AUMIS, Director of Créteil CROUS
- Frantz NAMIACH, Director of Construction France Habitation
10.50 am - 11.35 am: Sustainable neighbourhoods: inspiring examples in Europe
Switzerland is at the forefront of eco-neighbourhoods in Europe; feedback from six years of existence, sharing of experience with England and France.
- Pascal MIRALLIE, Property Development Director of Losinger Marazzi (Bouygues Construction Group)
- Nicolas GUERIN, Managing Director of Bouygues Development (Bouygues Construction Group)
- Cyrille de la BORDE, Deputy Managing Director for the Upper Normandy & Picardy region of Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest
- Thierry GENOUD, elected head of urban planning for the town of Gland,
- Philippe MADEC, architect of the Noës Val-de-Reuil eco-neighbourhood
1.35 pm - 2.20 pm: Using large-scale solar power plants to supply energy to towns
To supply towns with renewable energy, photovoltaic solar power is a solution that is already in use today. The construction of large-scale power plants makes it possible both to keep energy costs competitive and to optimise and choose the area used. Feedback from success stories in France and internationally, outlook for future
- Xavier PERDEREAU, Director of Renewable Energy of Bouygues Energies & Services
- Romain DESROUSSEAU, Deputy Managing Director of Neoen, producer of renewable energy
- Xavier DAVAL, Chairman of kiloWattsol and solar resource expert