Réunion Island Observatory joins ENERGee Watch!

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Réunion Island Observatory has joined ENERGee Watch.

You can find its profile below and here: www.energee-watch.eu/members/oer

 

 

Réunion Island enery agency (SPL Energies Réunion)

109 bis rue Archambaud – Local 8

BP 226

97410 Saint-Pierre

Réunion Island

Website: www.energies-reunion.com

 

Réunion Island Observatory (Observatoire Energies Réunion)

WebPortal: http://observation.energies-reunion.com/

Project manager: Sandra Vatel

Email: sandra.vatel@energies-reunion.com

 

Gaëlle GILBOIRE: manager of the team ‘Ile Solaire’ (solar island). She manages the Energies Reunion Observatory (OER) which does the annual energy balance, and the GHG emission inventories. OER publishes different studies on the territory’s energy consumption (residential, tertiary, transport…).

SPL Energies Reunion is a public local company, operator of the regional energy observatory for 10 years. The regional observatory is in charge of monitoring the Regional SEAP based on a set of indicators to be revised. SPL Energies Reunion is member of the RARE network federating regional energy agencies where detailed exchanges between regional observatories have taken place.

 

 

 

 


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