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Climate change : committed solutions for sustainable development

by | Jan 3, 2023 | 0 comments

Since the beginning of the nineteenth century, climate change is no longer a natural phenomenon but due to human activities and the greenhouse gases they produce.

Since 1890, the planet Earth has warmed up by 1.1 °C.

Today, in France, residential and tertiary buildings produce 24% of CO2 emissions (heating and air conditioning, hot water production, lighting …).

In order to face these climate challenges, the energy transition aims to renew our economic and social models and aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 55% by 2030.

PHOSPHORIS’ know-how at the service of the energy transition

PHOSPHORIS, in constant research of innovation and in an integrated approach of sustainable development, proposes a particular and complete vision in a project process respectful of the environment.

This is how the company accompanies public and private project managers in order to achieve the energy transition.

The accompaniment can be as well in the service of :

– Architectural quality (digital, biodiversity, life cycle, reversibility, resilience, smart building, positive energy building, certifications, sustainable city design, etc.)

– Optimization of energy consumption and adaptation of innovative production methods to limit operating costs

– The use of renewable energies developed in our R&D projects (photovoltaic, solar thermal, energy recovery, wind power, hydrogen, electricity demand management, electricity storage, etc.)

– Eco-design, with a focus on recycling and reuse; management of “green” construction sites, resource diagnostics, and networking of circular economy players.

Support for the new pools of tomorrow

The Alain Garnier design office, a subsidiary of the PHOSPHORIS group, is a specialist in heat, energy & fluids and water treatment.

Expert in swimming pools and aquatic centers, the BE Garnier has imagined the 4D swimming pools and thus allows :

            – a better comfort inside the hall and the pool

            – a better olfactory comfort

            – a thermal energy consumption divided by 2

            – a 30% reduction in electrical energy consumption

            – all-purpose water consumption reduced by half in the pools

            – optimization of charges and costs

            – a better conservation of the buildings in time

For more informations, contact us