According to EIB website, the project is focused on the expansion and modernisation of the district heating service of the Grenoble-Alpes Métropole, a region located in eastern France, in the Isère department. It will support a 5-year investment programme to further develop the Grenoble District Heating (DH) network, the second biggest in France. The loan will finance investments in heat generation upgrades aiming at increasing efficiency and penetration of renewable sources and also distribution network developments.
Compagnie de Chauffage Intercommunale de l Agglomeration Grenobloise offers mechanical contracting services. The Company provides production and sale of heat and domestic hot water, air-conditioning, electricity production, maintenance, installations, and operational services. Compagnie de Chauffage Intercommunale de l Agglomeration Grenobloise serves customers in France.
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