Le Petit Palais, customer since 2005
The Petit Palais, the Grand Palais and the Alexandre III bridge form a whole that was built for the World Expo in 1900. The Petit Palais houses the Fine Arts museum of the city of Paris. Between January 2001 and June 2005, it was closed for renovation. It is in this context that it was connected to the District Cooling Network.
National Library of France, customer since 2012
The National Library of France is the most important library in France with 13 million books and publications, inherited from royals collections since the end of Middle-Age. The Bercy production plant has been specially commissioned to deliver cooling energy to this zone. Its installed capacity is 44 MW and it is cooled using the water from the Seine.
La Samaritaine, customer since 2021
La Samaritaine reopens to the public in 2021 after sixteen years of renovation work. La Samaritaine is now connected to the district cooling network, and benefits from responsible cooling with high energy efficiency. Its energy delivery is ensured by four delivery stations, with an installed capacity of more than 12MW.
Cité de la Mode et du Design, customer since 2008
It is the first building in Paris built with a reinforced concrete structure, by the architect Georges Morin-Goustiaux. In 2009, it became the Cité de la Mode et du Design. The architects Dominique Jakob and Brendan MacFarlane, in charge of the project, decided to keep the concrete skeleton and to cover it with a metal and glass skin, with a green colour remembering dancing water.
Since 1991, CLIMESPACE operates and develops Paris district cooling system : the largest in Europe and 11th in the worldDiscover
"We carry out a comprehensive environmental policy that covers all of our assets. We pay particular attention to limiting the impact of our buildings on the environment, whether during the construction phase or operating phase. Today, 45% of office rental spaces of the Generali Real Estate French Branch property portfolio ... has at least one environmental and/or thermal certification (HQE, BREEAM, BBC, and others) in its portfolio. Also, whenever possible, we seek appropriate, environmentally friendly solutions like the connection of our buildings to the CLIMESPACE district cooling network. In doing so we limit the health risks, leaks and greenhouse gas emissions while complying with legislation in force." Read more
Nirmal ARYAL, Green Building Manager, Generali Real Estate France
"CLIMESPACE, particularly in the Beaugrenelle shopping centre project, is a key partner for three main reasons: firstly, from a health point of view, it was imperative not to install air cooling towers beneath the windows of the homes that overlook the centre. Secondly, this freed up space that we used ... for sales locations. Finally, in terms of sustainable development, connection to the district cooling network and centralised cooling production are much more environmentally friendly than a stand-alone solution. CLIMESPACE is a partner that understands our issues and supports us in implementing even highly complex solutions." Read more
Director of Architecture and Construction, GECINA
"Our telecom hosting business activities require us to provide a redundant air conditioning service that is available 24 hours a day to all our customers. To do this we need to rely on partners that listen, react and above all, are high performance. Long-term, CLIMESPACE stood out on two points: ... its ability to provide quasi-constant, stable chilled water throughout the year and its responsiveness in managing incidents whether at customer facilities or in the distribution circuit. From the CLIMESPACE perspective, these two factors are essential for effortless and confident, long-term service as exacting and vital as Datacentre cooling. Thanks to CLIMESPACE’s partner, a reliable operating system has been built that facilitates continued confident work on CLIMESPACE facilities for better customer service." Read more
Alexandre LE FAUCHEUR, Team leader, TELEHOUSE Europe
"Changes in footfall at the Grevin museum are relatively significant and being confident of being able to quickly cool down our public areas is a major asset. Our main requirement is the availability of the service and the CLIMESPACE network suffers no interruption throughout the year unlike the external groups ... that tend to stop because of overheating in the event of hot weather. Finally, we also need to ensure a comfortable visit and the correct conservation of the museum’s works by guaranteeing fresh and renewed air." Read more
Nicolas JOUSSE, Technical manager, Musée Grevin
"An engineering firm made me three proposals and we chose the CLIMESPACE solution which was the best in terms of sustainable development, was more cost-effective and also allowed us to regain a 30m² area on the terrace. Furthermore, the system proposed by CLIMESPACE is scalable, a valuable advantage for the ... remaining life of our establishment." Read more
Gérard BERRUT, Owner, Hôtel Bedford
"When I have a concern, I know I can call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and I will immediately have an operator who will answer and resolve the situation."