In collaboration with the DGEC (French Energy and Climate Agency) within the Ministry of Ecology, Sustainable Development and Energy and the CRE (Energy Regulatory Commission), the ADEME (French Environment and Energy Management Agency) wishes to carry out a study on the main technologies used in
Energy efficiency has become a major issue in building construction, industry and, to a lesser extent, in infrastructure projects. Artelia assesses and audits buildings and provides innovative solutions in terms of building envelopes, internal flow management, air-conditioning, heating, ventilation and on-site production of renewable energy. Artelia has state-of-the-art dynamic thermal simulation software to help with decision-making.
Having originated in the oil crisis, the idea of investing in demand management actions rather than in systematically reinforcing production and distribution capacities is now tending to become the norm. In the context of this rational use of energy, which is prompting a wide range of actions, Artelia has performed many energy efficiency studies and audits for buildings, power grids, regions and energy-intensive processes such as urban lighting systems.
The purpose of the project is to promote sustainable low-emission growth, to decrease the effects of climate change, and to reduce the impacts on the environment of infrastructure investments in Indonesia.
AFD’s mandate to support Green and Inclusive growth in Indonesia was reinforced in May 2011 with the establishment of a unique partnership with the UK Department for International Development to promote low-carbon investments.