Energy sharing pool / C.I.D

La piscine olympique de Deauville
La piscine olympique de Deauville

Dur­ing the con­struc­tion of the Deau­ville con­ven­tion cen­ter in 1991, a thermal study was con­duc­ted to reduce the energy impact of the future build­ing. This study led to a sur­pris­ing and col­lab­or­at­ive solu­tion. Explan­a­tions from François DE NEEF, Oper­a­tions Cen­ter Man­ager at CRAM SAS.

“At the time, major energy-sav­ing work was car­ried out in the boil­er room of the Deau­ville naut­ic­al cen­ter, mak­ing avail­able the thermal power neces­sary for the needs of the C.I.D., estim­ated at 1.4 Mega­watt thermal. In 1992, a heat trans­port net­work was installed between the two build­ings, allow­ing the pro­duc­tion of heat to be shared. The C.I.D. is still heated today with thermal power from the boil­er room of the Deau­ville Olympic swim­ming pool.”

An amaz­ing and pion­eer­ing energy shar­ing for the time!

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