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Une charte de bonnes pratiques pour contrôler la consommation électrique des stations de ski

28/05/2014

Depuis 2010, la société de remontées mécaniques Domaines Skiables de France a élaboré une charte des bonnes pratiques pour contrôler la consommation électrique des stations de ski. La mise en place de cette charte est déjà en cours dans les principales stations alpines. Elle prévoit les actions suivantes :
– La mise en place d’outils pour le contrôle de l’énergie électrique ;
– L’éco-conduite des remontées mécaniques ;
– L’éco-production de neige artificielle ;
– L’examen des factures et des contrats relatifs à la fourniture d’électricité;
– La réduction du niveau de base de la consommation ;
– L’optimisation des installations existantes ;
– La contribution aux échanges de bonnes pratiques avec l’ensemble de la profession

Pour en savoir plus sur des bonnes pratiques sur le tourisme et l’énergie dans les zones de montagne, veuillez regarder :
– Le rapport de la Convention Alpine sur « Le tourisme durable dans les Alpes, rapport sur l’état des Alpes », publié en 2012 (notamment la page 80), qui décrit notamment cette bonne pratique.

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