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Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis at the heart of the 26th World Energy Congress

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Key Highlights:

  • Participation of Team Nice Côte d’Azur in the 26th World Energy Congress
  • The Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis represented at this major international event on energy
  • Jean-François Chapperon, Senior Manager Foreign Direct Investments, will present the investment and implantation opportunities in eco-technologies
  • The Congress will be held in Rotterdam from April 22 to 25, 2024 with more than 18,000 participants.

Team Nice Côte d’Azur and Jean-François Chapperon, Senior Manager Foreign Direct Investments, will represent the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis at the 26th World Energy Congress.

This major international event will be held in Rotterdam from April 22 to 25, 2024 and will bring together key leaders of the global energy ecosystem.

The program will be animated by a diverse group of experts from industry, governments and civil society, with more than 260 confirmed speakers, including more than 200 executives.

The 26th World Energy Congress will bring together 18,000 participants, including 7,000 delegates, 70 ministers, executives, NGOs, experts and academics, entrepreneurs and young leaders in the energy sector.

The Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis, a leading territory in the field of eco-technologies

The aim of this participation is to present the investment and implantation opportunities in the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis, a territory committed to the ecological and energy transition.

The Nice Côte d’Azur Metropolis is at the forefront of the field of Ecotechnologies and the smart city, with a strong involvement of all the actors of the territory to facilitate the large-scale experimentation of innovations in the sector.

It is working with SUEZ for the construction of theHaliotis 2 station, the largest wastewater treatment project in France and one of the largest in Europe and with Dalkia to create a local network of renewable energies to meet the heating and cooling needs of the Grand Arénas eco-district , relying on a decarbonated solution: the thermal energy of the waters treated by the Haliotis wastewater treatment plant.

In March 2024, an ambitious project was announced to strengthen the city’s commitment to renewable energies. With an investment of more than 37 million euros by Energie d’Azur (a subsidiary of Dalkia), this project to extend the urban heating network illustrates the city’s desire to opt for an ecological and economic solution for its citizens in the east of the city.

Furthermore, the territory is home to the sustainable city project of the ZAC Parc Méridia, which was launched in an incubation phase as part of the “Demonstrators of the sustainable city: Living in the France of tomorrow” program. Led by the EPA Nice Écovallée, the project aims to develop the productive economy while taking into account sustainable development issues.

The Côte d’Azur is home to centers of excellence such as the IMREDD, major companies such as Schneider Electric, but also talented startups such as Qualisteo, Klearia or Earthwake, which specialize in energy consumption management or water treatment.

Contact Jean-François Chapperon on Linkedin.


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