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TIGF opens a number of High Environmental Quality certified buildings on its Houga site (Gers)

, to July 04, 2008

La certification HQE® des bâtiments est une démarche globale de management de projet qui a pour objectif de limiter les impacts d’un bâtiment sur l’environnement, tant pendant la phase de construction que pendant son exploitation, tout en y garantissant un haut niveau d’hygiène, de confort et d’efficacité énergétique.

Suivre les démarches de la certification HQE® conduit à :

  • Préserver l'environnement (préservation des ressources, réduction des pollutions, réduction des déchets).
  • Optimiser le confort d'usage pour un cadre de vie agréable.
  • Réaliser des économies d'exploitation: eau, énergie, maintenance optimisée.
  • Limiter les risques, tant pour la santé (qualité de l'air) que pour la planète (limitation des gaz à effet de serre).

Ainsi, lors de la construction, les déchets produits par le chantier ont été valorisés à hauteur de 55 % et la totalité des déchets, ceux réglementés comme ceux non réglementés, ont été tracés.

L’énergie solaire est largement valorisée tant pour la production d’eau chaude que celle d’électricité. Près de 900 m² de modules photovoltaïques, soit 66 kWc1, sont installés sur le complexe TIGF.

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Powernext undertook a study pertaining to the creation of an organised gas market in France. The study confirmed the potential of the French gas market and the relevance of an exchange to conduct its development. The market players showed a strong interest for this Powernext initiative which will promote the emergence of an efficient, liquid and transparent market, as requested by the French energy regulatory body (Commission de Régulation de l’Energie) and the European Commission.

This new facility will allow the matching of supply and demand in transparent and nondiscriminatory conditions, and the creation of reliable price references for the French market.

Gaz de France Group and the gas transmission system operators GRTgaz have expressed their strong support for the project. In this respect, Gaz de France Group and GRTgaz will respectively acquire 6.6% and 5% of Powernext capital and become Board members.

The gas transmission system operator TIGF is also partner of the project and will implement

the appropriate operating conditions to facilitate it.

Jean-François Conil-Lacoste, Powernext’s CEO, said: “Powernext, with the full support of its shareholders which include strong actors in the European energy sector, is fully determined to create in the very near future a liquid and transparent national gas market, a necessary step prior to the creation of a truly European gas market”.

“Gaz de France is fully involved in this initiative. The creation of a gas trading exchange in France will make it possible to increase the liquidity and efficiency of the markets, benefiting all of the various players, who will be able to have more relevant market signals. This project follows on naturally from the actions already taken by the Group, such as the creation of the trading subsidiary Gaselys with Société Générale, the active participation in transactions on the PEG managed by GRTgaz, and the rollout of short-term transactions”, confirms Jean-François Cirelli, the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Gaz de France.

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