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Thursday July 10th, 2014


Solar Decathlon Europe: \An innovative and surprising competition\

Just a few days remain before the end of  Solar Decathlon Europe, sponsored in part by Bouygues Construction. Frédéric Gal, sustainable development manager at Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France (a subsidiary of Bouygues Construction), shares his thoughts on this international competition, and helps us see the trends that are coming out of it. How would you describe Solar […]

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