Chef du département Expertises DI
Bertrand GUILLEMOT is graduated from the French Merchant Marine Academy. He left the shipping activities as he was Chief Officer on Very Large Crude Carrier and became manager in an Operation & Maintenance Company involved in Steam, hot water and chilled water utilities for nuclear plant and other industrial sites.
He Joined the Paris district cooling scheme in 2001 as Chief Operation Officer and is now Head of the technical expertise team at Dalkia head quarter’s technical and large project department, in charge of district heating and cooling knowledge.
Directeur de projet
The port occupies a central place in its territory, a link between the city and industry, between the sea and the land. To manage energy with efficiency and to reduce the environmental footprint is to connect port – city – industry, and to give the port a new function. Ports are suppliers of resources and the energies they utilise enable them to connect with the city and the territory. We shall present the recuperation of heat from the Arcelor factory to heat the city of Dunkirk, the project for the recuperation of extreme cold from the methane port in Barcelona, the enhancement of wastelands as platforms of energy resources and also the place of marine energy as the local resource closest to the requirements of the port city.
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