Acting for the energy transition
Realization: Industrial Zone Thibaud 2
Sector: Building Green Buildings / Location: France (Toulouse)
It is in the heart of Greater Toulouse, agglomeration of more than 720 000 inhabitants, welcoming more than 9000 new residents every year, that a GREEN building will be built.
This dynamic metropolis, driven by the aeronautics and space sector (No. 1 in Europe) and by the medical research sector (creation of the Oncopole and the Cancer-Bio-Health pole) is performing well in terms of job creation In 2012, there was a gain of 1.9% and 1.4% in 2013.
Toulouse is also 2 027 hours of sunshine a year (in average).
Location: 7-8 rue Henri Turner, 31100 Toulouse
Reason: Construction of commercial premises including office and warehouse areas.
Purpose: Clean Energy Production and Rental of Premises
Plot surface area: 2439 m²
Area of premises: 1083 m² (including 870 m² of warehouses and 213 m² of offices)
Economic balance sheet
Optimized productivity: 1094 kWh / kWp / year
Annual production: 178,500 minimum kWh
Total amount of the investment: € 1,840,000 excluding VAT (all engineering and fees included)
Annual maintenance: € 1,900 / year
Project managers: ECOTECNIC
Estimated start of work: November 2017
Commissioned (Consuel deadline): May 2018
- Demolitions of existing buildings
- Creation of four mixed spaces
- Installation of photovoltaic solar panels on the entire roof
- Volume of the roof in clear cream colored steel tubs
- Warehouse walls in gray horizontal metal cladding
- Office walls in horizontal timber cladding type Douglas or similar natural shade
- The joinery and sectional doors of the warehouses will be made of anthracite gray metal and the roof edges of the offices.
- For car park and access areas, asphalt is planned.
Four mixed spaces, arranged as follows:
As part of the transformation of existing premises into an ecological building, it is planned to install photovoltaic modules on the roof:
A 165 kWp generator representing 621 solar panels.
That is a total area of 1083 m² of photovoltaic material, representing:
– 76 tons of CO2 avoided per year
– The annual energy consumption of 183 inhabitants