Charles Edouard Delpierre is an urban planner who graduated in France from Ecole nationale des ponts et chaussées and Paris Sorbonne University. He is an expert in two specific areas : utility
corridors, as part of more sustainable cities, and digital, part of what is called “smart cities”. In some aspects, utility corridors participate to this convergence between urban planning an operation, greener cities, and more “connected” cities. It could be part of both sustainable and smart cities. He is working as a consultant for utility tunnels design and governance, as well as in ENGIE, a French company dealing with energy and urban infrastructures, as deputy Head of Cities
Charles-Edouard Delpierre joined the Center of Research and Innovation in Gas and New Energies in GDF SUEZ in 2013, as Senior Project Manager for Smart activities. These activities are divided into 3 thematics : smart metering, smart grid and smart city. The objective is to develop"more sustainable and smarter cities"in a multifluid approach (electricity, gas, water and other networks). In this way, Charles-Edouard Delpierre has developed an expertise in Utility tunnels. Before 2013, Charles-Edouard Delpierre spent 5 years in the construction of telecommunications networks for cities in France. Charles-Edouard Delpierre is graduated in urban planning and public administration in Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and in Paris-Sorbonne University.