Tuesday 13 April 2021

As part of the renovation of the Historic Farm on the Beauvais campus, UniLaSalle has chosen to use geothermal energy to supply its new facilities.

This project, currently being carried out by the Weishaupt-Géoforage company, consists of installing eight 150-meter long vertical geothermal probes. They will ensure the heating and cooling of the future facilities that will house the doc' center, classrooms and offices.

Thanks to these probes, 93% of the building's heating needs will be met. This rate is increased to 100% for the cooling capacities.

Through this energy choice, UniLaSalle is reaffirming its desire to act in favour of sustainable development.


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