The Monegasque Water Company commits to the Energy Transition of Monaco

Manuel Nardi, General Manager of the Société Monégasque des Eaux (SMEaux), has signed the Charter of commitment of the National Pact for the Energy Transition. With this strong gesture, the Company is committed to a carbon-free Monaco.

The ceremony was attended by HE Mr. Serge Telle, Minister of State, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Government Counselor-Minister of Equipment, Environment and Urbanism, Annabelle Jaeger-Seydoux, Director of the Energy Transition Mission, Frédéric Van Heems, General Manager Véolia Eau France and Olivier Grunberg, Deputy Chief Executive Officer in charge of the Véolia Eau France General Secretariat.

From left to right: Minister of State Manuel Nardi, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Frederic Van Heems, Annabelle Jaeger-Seydoux and Olivier Grunberg. Photo credit: © Stéphane Danna / Direction of Communication
From left to right: Minister of State Manuel Nardi, Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, Frederic Van Heems, Annabelle Jaeger-Seydoux and Olivier Grunberg. Photo credit: © Stéphane Danna / Direction of Communication

“We are delighted to welcome SMEaux into this ever-growing community, and eco-responsible and virtuous behaviour also involves the preservation of resources.” Like seawater, wastewater can make it possible to heating or cooling our buildings with heat pumps is a solution that SMEaux will apply soon to the water treatment plant in Monaco, and I congratulate you and I also have the pleasure to announce that The Energy Transition Mission will conduct a study of the energy potential of all Monaco wastewater in 2019 to eventually apply this type of project in more buildings, “said Marie-Pierre Gramaglia.

As a reminder, the National Pact, set up last January, aims at the commitment of the Monegasque Community to achieve the objectives of reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, set at -50% in 2030 compared to 1990 and carbon neutrality in 2050.

HSH the Sovereign Prince, followed by his Government, were the first signatories of the National Pact, which now has more than 500 signatories.

All information on the energy transition of the Principality: http://transition-energetique.gouv.mc/

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