Bouygues and the city of the future

Bouygues and the city of the future

The sustainable, desirable and decarbonised city

Satisfying energy requirements with renewable sources

  • Smart roads, renewable energy production
  • Management of public lighting
  • Limiting the consumption of drinking water
    • Using rainwater
    • Recycling wastewater
    • Target: the recovery of all wastewater
  • Biodiversity, health
    • Parks, industrial waste land, green and blue infrastructure, farmland interspersed in and around urban areas
  • Energy
    • Geothermal power, home automation
    • Roof-based solar panels
    • Biomass
  • Bioclimatic design and eco-neighbourhood planning
  • Mobility
    • Soft mobility solutions: bicycles, trams and car-pooling, electric vehicle recharging infrastructure, local services less than 10 minutes away by foot
  • Connectivity, information, entertainment
  • Home energy management, e-services, connectivity
  • Production and storage of renewable energies
  • Energy efficiency:
    • insulation
    • Measuring energy consumption
    • Optimisation of energy management
    • Energy data convergence between owner, tenant and operator


(Updated: January 2016)