CONSTRUCTION AND URBAN PLANNING SPEARHEADING THE NATIONAL LOW-CARBON STRATEGY
With an objective of reducing carbon weight by 49% by 2030 and complete decarbonation by 2050, the building sector, which accounts for nearly 30% of carbon emissions in France, plays a decisive role in this strategy.
Implementation of the RE2020, anti-waste law for a circular economy, massification of energy renovation, eco-design, decarbonation and industrialization of the construction sector, new green jobs, …, the new regulatory constraints are also opportunities to be seized by all stakeholders.
Local authorities and stakeholders in construction, real estate, energy and environmental or digital services are thus called on to mobilize immediately to meet these challenges that set new competitiveness criteria.
“Low-Carbon World” aims to be a showcase and a catalyst for low-carbon transition by bringing together all stakeholders, by promoting already available solutions and exemplary approaches and by stimulating innovation and new projects.
“Low-Carbon World” will be held in parallel to BIM World, the leading European event focusing on the digital transformation of the construction, real estate and urban development markets.
The two events cover a broad range of projects and innovations at the heart of the digital and environmental transition.
Materials and Environmental Performance
Energy and Operational Performance
Smart Territories and Applications Performance
Building as a Service
- Material and Environmental Performance
- Energy and Operational Performance
- Smart Territories and Applications
Innovative, bio-sourced materials
New construction systems, prefabrication, off-site fabrication
Upkeep, maintenance and sustainability
Evaluation tools and methods, certification
Recycling, waste management
Energy-efficient and comfortable services and equipment for buildings
Storage systems, self-consumption
Smart grids and microgrids, smart lighting
Real estate, urban planning and sustainable development
Economic models, carbon funding
Comfort, well-being and health
City as a Service, Gentle mobility solutions
Territorial development, circular economy