Saint-Gobain engaged with Carrefour in energy efficiency

The Carrefour group showcased the eco-responsible glazing solutions of Saint-Gobain, during its first Innovation & Energy tradeshow in October in Paris which gathered 50 French and international businesses.

Supported by the Fondation Nicolas Hulot, it aims at sharing energy optimization solutions between the retail brand’s decision-makers and suppliers, and referencing the innovations to be deployed in stores.For fresh food chiller cabinets in supermarkets, Glassolutions Sovis proposes, in partnership with door and furniture manufacturers, high transparency and low energy anti-reflective VISION-LITE II UN II glazing and EKO DISPLAY communication glazing.Electronically tintable SageGlass® electrochromic glazing also enables optimum energy consumption management for shopping centers.Installed in roofs or façades, it regulates heat gain, maintains natural light and the view outside, and eliminates dazzle.

A COP21 partner like Saint-Gobain, Carrefour has implemented since 2004 an overall energy efficiency plan to reduce energy consumption in its hypermarkets in France.

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