Knowledge sharing

Energy efficiency expertise

One of the Rexel Foundation's missions is to build knowledge in the area of energy efficiency in order to fully understand the issues and challenges, to identify innovative solutions, and to foster knowledge sharing.
The following projects are among those that the Foundation supports:
> the development by the Rocky Mountain Institute of an affordable, community-scale, collaborative, civic solar power production model in the United States: the strategy for creating two community solar pilot projects in the state of New York is based on reducing costs, an innovative approach to location and connection, and the creation of flexible enrolment plans available to all households. The validation of this project is an important step in building trust among market players;

> the co-organization of energy efficiency webinars as part of the Sustainable Energy for All (SE4ALL) initiative launched by the United Nation Foundation. The Foundation has joined the Energy Access Practitioner Network to help SE4ALL reach its goal of universal access to sustainable energy by 2030;
> a research project on the concept of thermal comfort and energy optimization in confined spaces by the Ecole Sp├ęciale des Travaux Publics (ESTP): the goal of this research is to develop new strategies for controlling and improving indoor environmental conditions and for lowering energy consumption.

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