Another milestone achieved!
By 2022, EFICIA will have further increased the energy savings generated on behalf of its customers to 200GWH, the equivalent of a town of 90,000 inhabitants.
And while public authorities and major market players are busy looking for solutions to limit the impact of energy prices on their portfolios, our customers and partners have already been engaged in the energy transition for nearly 10 years.
Our leitmotiv: to put our energy into helping you save yours.
A virtuous, 100% integrated system, based on the processing of external data, analysis of technical characteristics, occupant usage and, of course, energy intelligence. An innovative, global solution that continuously maximizes your energy consumption to make it sustainable, while simplifying the technical operation of your facilities and optimizing the comfort of your occupants.
EFICIA’s energy management objectives
Aim for energy sobriety by limiting consumption as much as possible. On October 6, 2022, the French government unveiled its plan to reduce the country’s energy consumption by 10% by 2024. To achieve this goal, the plan proposes 15 key measures. EFICIA’s solutions fit perfectly into this framework.
Avoid, reduce or offset environmental impacts by reducing energy consumption. Our solution helps to reduce building emissions to combat the threats of climate change facing our society.
Help cushion rising energy prices. In the current context of rising energy prices, companies are looking for new solutions to limit their impact and reduce their bills.
Meeting regulatory requirements. In France, a number of regulations are already in force, notably the Tertiaire and BACS decrees, which stipulate a 60% reduction in the energy consumption of tertiary buildings by 2050. For its part, the BACS decree requires the implementation of an energy management solution like EFICIA’s by 2025.
Integrate issues related to well-being in the workplace by improving thermal comfort and productivity for occupants (employees, customers, service providers).