Identification: “Dynamic Modelling of a multi-energy grid for the setting-up of a new district named “Zac Saint Sauveur” in the city of Lille”
- Improve the Energy exchange between different type of grids ( heat, gas and Electricity, …)
- Develop real time models of renewable sources and storage systems to cover the major part of the consumption on this district
- Integrate consumptions of new buildings following “Energy+ & Carbon-“rules.
- Help the MEL and his partners to improve the construction of the new district.
- Work in interaction with a many partners to co-elaborate this new district
Lasting: from September 2016 to September 2018 (24 months)
Supporters: The European Metropolis of Lille (the MEL) and Funding “EcoCités”
Context: European Environmental rules “3 X 20“ and the French Energy transition’s laws
Main results in progress:
- About 24 GWh per year of energy mix in 2030
- Development of Locals Renewables Energies sources and storages: CHP, Photovoltaics, solar thermal system , Management of electrical vehicles refilling, New district heating loops
- Best-case Scenarios thought to bring reduction of greenhouse gas and cost of kWh.
- Simulations (hourly time) during 2 representative weeks: one in summer and one in winter following the construction planning.
- Mix of the 3 different energy grids to decrease GhG effects
Partners, Collaborative project with 7 organizations
- MEL : Métropole Européenne de Lille
- Ville de Lille
- Arts et Métiers ParisTech
 Greenhouse Gases : gases who have an effect on the Environment