This November, a new eco-refurbishment project has been confirmed in Lyon Confluence. A group of owners of 21-23 rue Casimir Périer and 54 rue Smith have voted in favour of the eco-refurbishment of their buildings within the framework of Smarter Together, adding a total of 36 housing units and 2,700 m2 to be refurbished.
This building, built in 1939, will reach the “low-energy performance” threshold by changing its energy system. The works will comprise of a shift from fuel use to connecting to the district heating system, from individual to collective hot water production, outer insulation of the façade of the courtyard, new windows for the common areas, improvement of the ventilation system, insulation of the ground floor and rooftop, and the implementation of an energy monitoring system connected to the city data platform.
This is the third private group of owners to confirm the refurbishment of its building within the scope of Smarter Together.
This new project also marks the 12th eco-refurbishment project confirmed in the Lyon-Confluence area within the framework of Smarter Together. This represents a total net floor area of more than 50,000 m2 to be eco-refurbished in various spaces such as social housing, private residences of groups of owners, office spaces and public facilities. All of the reconstruction works will feature either a connection to the district heating system powered by biomass, and/or photovoltaic production and energy monitoring system connected to the city data platform.