Ramonville-Saint-Agne. 124 residential units, offices and a photovoltaic power plant

 

No Ramonvillois can ignore it, the biggest real estate project in the city is taking shape at 1, avenue Tolosane, on the outskirts of Toulouse.

At the moment it is still just a huge piece of land, sometimes muddy, where many workers, cranes and bulldozers work, but eventually 1 avenue Tolosane will accommodate 16,200 m², 124 housing units (104 apartments and 20 houses including 32 social rental housing units, 18 in social connection), 1,160 m² of shops and offices and access to them a new small square that will bear the name of Anne Frank. Project manager Vinci wants to make him an example for the environment. The Initia residence in Ramonville will be one of the first in France to target the E4C1 performance level (designation E + C-), which corresponds to a positive energy building (BEPOS). You’ll have to wait until the first quarter of 2026 for that.

Photovoltaic production on roofs

Vinci Immobilier delegates the installation and operation of Initio’s photovoltaic power plants to Blue Pearl Energy. The operators concluded a real estate development agreement for the installation of photovoltaic power plants for the Initia mixed-use project and delegated their operation to France Solar Power. It will operate power plants located on the roofs of mass residential buildings for 19 years, while paying rent to the co-owners. At the end of the contract, the solar devices will be returned to the co-owners. “This innovative layout demonstrated our desire to design a quality, efficient and sustainable solar project,” explains Emmanuel Guers, program director at Vinci Immobilier.

A triumvirate for greater efficiency

This is a representative project of residences equipped with renewable energy sources, which Vinci intends to develop in the coming years and in which it wants to support innovative investment schemes.

Christophe Dillenseger and Thomas Fliegans, managing director of France Solar and managing director of France Solar Power, a subsidiary of Blue Pearl Energy, say that they are “very happy to support Vinci Immobilier and the future buyer of Initio’s operation in this PV project. which demonstrates our know-how in developing innovative third-party investment solutions with our clients.”

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