SOLARGE

Citè Jean Moulin - Plantes, Paris (France)

Multi-family house (13 buildings) | 950 sqm | 665 kWth | 2003

In the sustainable development framework, for service charges control and energy management, the OPAC 75 has chosen to develop solar thermal energy.
This project was done to renew a 1982 existing solar thermal system. This installation groups together 13 buildings and provide hot tap water production of the dwellings.

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La Darnaise - OPAC Grand Lyon, Vénissieux (France)

Multi-family house (five buildings) | 344 sqm | 241 kWth | 2005

The OPAC Grand Lyon continues the conversion of the Darnaise area that is composed of 11 towers of 17 floors built in 1970, and makes their tenants eco-citizens. This project was the most important solar operation in France at its starting-up, composed of 730 sqm, shared in three sections realised on three years.

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Le Gébroula, Val-Thorens (France)

Multi-family house | 63 sqm | 44 kWth | 2002

Built in 1976 at a height of 2,350 meters, this 50 dwellings building is naturally confronted with the mountain weather conditions: snow and freezing. Thus a rehabilitation project was initiated by the OPAC of Savoie in 2001. In 2003 it has been preceded by the Observatory of renewable energies (Observ'ER ) during the french national contest "Solar Housing – Housing of Today".

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Les Glycines, Cagnes-sur-Mer (France)

Multi-family house | 72 sqm | approx. 46 kWth | 2006

This building from 1978 is constituted of 91 dwellings shared in on 7 floors. The necessity to restore the hot water production installation and the wish to realise economic saving in a sustainable way have brought the co-owners to study solar possibility. The solar installation is composed of 72 sqm of solar collectors for a solar storage of 6 cbm and will cover 50 % of the hot water demand.

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Le Kirchfeld, Ostwald (France)

Multi-family house (12 buildings) | 406 sqm | 284 kWth | 2003

The 328 dwellings of the 12 buildings of Kircheld in Ostwald belong to the locative stock of CUS Habitat, the urban community of Strasbourg public housing office. The office has decided to invest in sustainable development and to involve its tenants in this approach. In 2000, they were involved by the “Take by storm to service charges” operation by giving propositions to decrease service charges.

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Letellier, Paris (France)

Multi-family house | 55 sqm | 39 kWth | 2005

In the sustainable development framework the OPAC 75 has chosen to develop solar thermal energy. This desire comes within an energy control and a renewable energy development plan for the reduction of greenhouse gases. The building is facing south and this project was done to renew a 1983 existing solar thermal system stopped five years ago.

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Neuhof-Canonniers, Strasbourg (France)

Multi-family house (five buildings) | 300 sqm | 210 kWth | 2005

These buildings belong to the locative stock of CUS Habitat, the urban community of Strasbourg public housing office. 300 sqm of collectors fixed on the building containing the heater, and allow covering 35 % of hot water consumptions. Solar storage is of 12 cbm and the back-up is provided by central natural gas boilers.

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Quai Aulagnier, Asnières sur Seine (France)

Multi-family house | 90 sqm | 63 kWth | 2005

This installation was designed due to an environmental wish of the public sector housing office and to decrease the yearly energy cost of hot tap water of this multi-family house building. This building was built facing East in the beginning of seventies and consists of 99 dwellings shared on 10 floors.The CSTS was achieved to supply the most part of hot tap water heating of the whole building.

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Rives de Seine, Asnières sur Seine (France)

Multi-family house | 72 sqm | 50 kWth | 2005

This installation was designed due to an environmental wish of the public sector housing office and to decrease the yearly energy cost of hot tap water of this multi-family house building. This building was built facing East in the beginning of seventies and consists of 99 dwellings shared on 10 floors.The CSTS was achieved to supply the most part of hot tap water heating of the whole building.

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Saussures, Paris (France)

Multi-family house | 210 sqm | 147 kWth | 2005

In the sustainable development framework, for service charges control and energy management, the OPAC 75 has chosen to develop solar thermal energy. This desire come within an energy control and a renewable energy development plan for the reduction of greenhouse gases.This project was done to renew a 1984 existing solar thermal system stopped few years ago.

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Surieux, Echirolles (France)

Multi-family house | 689 sqm | 483 kWth | 1999

The Isère department Public Housing Office (OPAC 38) manages public housing in the department, including more than 20,000 public housing units. Its main mission is to control the “rent + utilities” binary.
The Office decided to rehabilitate 505 dwellings in the Surieux housing complex using a holistic energy approach intended also to demonstrate the feasibility.

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ZUP Les Salines, La Rochelle (France)

Multi-family house (12 buildings) | 1,060 sqm | 740 kWth | 2005

This site of twelve buildings of different levels and ground surface was built in late 70's and is composed of twelve former generation solar installations linked with geothermal heat pump. It has been decided to restore the former solar installation and to link it with another renewable energy. The new CSTS is used to supply hot tap water production and is composed of 1,164 sqm of collectors.

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