REDUCING ENERGY SPENDING
When it comes to the energy transition, industrial parks, business parks, and ports are among the kinds of sites that raise some unique challenges. Addressing these sites’ needs effectively requires targeted know-how and a system-level approach. Industrial parks are home to “electricity-intensive” users particularly sensitive to energy spending, one of the main topics addressed by the regional consortium of clusters working to reshape France’s industrial economy, of which Tenerrdis is a member. Industrial parks are also wonderful testing grounds for the circular economy—the byproducts of one process can be reused as resources and, in particular, energy, for other processes. Lastly, the interconnected nature of industrial parks often justifies the collective development of solutions for mobility, waste management, energy production and storage, and more.
Promoting solutions developed by the Tenerrdis ecosystem
Tenerrdis has supported several projects involving industrial parks by promoting commercially-available solutions and by introducing technology buyers and suppliers:
- Partnership with the INSPIRA business park
- Publication of a solutions catalog for the 100,000 sq. m Chemical Valley project
Did you know…
Tenerrdis is a partner of the Appel des 30 ! initiative spearheaded by the Greater Lyon Intermunicipal Authority in partnership with public- and private-sector stakeholders in Chemical Valley, a far-reaching economic development program to strengthen Lyon as a center for the chemical industry.