Operating constraints linked to the increase in energy prices
The recent increase in energy prices is particularly impacting the sector. The size of the infrastructures linked to the transport and logistics businesses requires operators to implement technical management solutions to reduce the weight of this increase in their operating costs.
The energy consumption of buildings is a key subject for the profitability of companies and weighs nearly 50% of their overall expenses.
The stock of warehouse buildings in France is estimated at 100 million m².
Their primary energy consumption would be between 100 and 200 KWh/m²/year.
Financing the obligations of the tertiary decree
Logistics is one of the first sectors subject to the obligations of the tertiary decree encouraging professionals to react to face the challenges. Compared to other trades, logistics buildings are largely equipped with often outdated energy management systems whose management is not very focused on optimizing consumption.
In this particular context, Eficia has built unique solutions to support the challenges of the sector by better centralizing management tools to ensure more efficient management of maintenance operations and optimize the continuous monitoring of equipment with management by zone.
Beneficial regulations to finance the energy transition in logistics
The sector has recently benefited from an expansion of financing mechanisms for energy actions, particularly oriented towards the replacement or installation of energy management systems to absorb increases in energy prices.
Economic systems now make it possible to finance our solutions with results of up to 30% energy savings thanks to the implementation of intelligent management systems co-managed 24/7 with the technical teams on site.
Galeries Lafayette: 125,000 m2 managed by Eficia
Two logistics warehouses to ensure the shipment of goods to stores throughout France as well as items ordered on the website.
Average energy savings achieved since 2018 on the group’s two logistics platforms.