ADEME French Energy Agency
Agencia de Ecologia Urbana de Barcelona
AIA Architectes Ingénieurs Associés
ARTELIA – Building and Industry
Atelier Jean Nouvel
China Aerodynamics Research & Development Center
Etablissement Public D’Aménagement de Guyane
Hennings Larsen Architects
KJELLER VINDTEKNIKK AS
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
National Climate Center – CMA Public Meteorological Service Center
Pilbrow and Partners
Stutgart University of Applied Sciences
Victoria University of Wellington
Zurich University of Applied Sciences
Pedestrian wind comfort
District renovation of the city of Saint-Brieuc in France, banks of the Seine river…
Qualification and optimization of pedestrian wind and solar comfort in new districts: « Portes de l’Europe » (Fonds Kirchberg – Luxembourg), ZAC Paris rive gauche, île Seguin (Atelier Jean Nouvel, France)
Bioclimatic schools in tropical areas: Kourou-Apatou (Guyana), Koné and Dumbéa (New Caledonia)…
Extension of the Tjibaou cultural center (Renzo Piano – New Caledonia)
Bioclimatic urban design of the Hibiscus district in Cayenne (Guyana)
Wind energy in urban areas
Wind atlas of the Barcelona urban area (Agencia de Ecologia Urbana de Barcelona)
Wind resource assessment on the MIT Campus (Philadelphia-Usa) and the CORNELL TECH Campus (NYC-Usa)
This project aims to create 3D models of cities with environmental and economic information to help public players in their decision-making.
SIRADEL provides 3D model of the cities and thermal losses maps. Siradel brings together all information in the final models.
METEODYN provides indicators about wind and solar resource, pedestrian climatic comfort
MGDIS brings social and economic data thanks to his knowledge of INSEE or SIRENE database.
CERMA (laboratory of the School of Architecture, Nantes), analyses lighting and urban atmosphere
The Swip project (New innovative solutions, components and tools for the integration of wind energy in urban and peri-urban areas) aims to develop the small wind market in Europe. This project is managed by CIRCE Fundation and brings together 10 European partners. The project team is working on a new wind potential assessment methodology, a low cost generator, new blade design and a supervisory and control system (SCADA) to improve O&M tasks. Such measures should help reduce the initial investment of these turbines and improve their attractiveness.
This project aims to develop tools for renovation and design of smart housing and eco-districts using renewables in tropical areas. This project is managed by the ADEME – French Energy Agency with the partnership of Meteodyn, Reunion Island University, IRSTV (Research institute in urban sciences), SOLENER (environemental urban design engineering), IMAGEEN (Renewables in buildings) and FedSOL (Solar building engineering).