Key Drivers

Accelerate innovation and promote best practices

New construction methods, new materials and energy systems, massification of energy renovation, eco-neighborhoods, local and circular economy, sustainable infrastructures, digital uses, green jobs and new skills, new services and business models, …

Throughout the life cycle of materials, structures and neighborhoods, the Low-Carbon World congress makes it possible to capitalize on exemplary projects, share innovations and the best improvement approaches.

It facilitates exchanges between all components of supply and demand around innovations and new business practices that will contribute to the key drivers of the low-carbon transition.

Key Offer Factors
(products and services)

Better use of resources
Innovative materials, materials made from low-carbon processes, Recycling and waste reduction, etc.

Design of sustainable, reversible, multipurpose buildings, anticipation of deconstruction

Decarbonized energy, uses and energy efficiency
Renewable energies, smart energy, equipment

Digital equipment and services
Modeling and steering tools, data mining, AI, etc.

Key Demand Factors
(requirements and incentives)

Orient the procurement
Building construction and renovation, urban development, transport infrastructure, etc.

Organize the market
Economic models, financing rules and support for innovation, regulations and certifications, collaboration, service approaches, second life, etc.

Change behavior
New uses and civic behavior

Territorial policies
Planning and economic development