Towards frugal and
renewable energy consumption

Taking action that benefits the environment means producing cleaner energy, but also enabling energy consumption that avoids waste in order to reduce our carbon footprint. This involves rethinking our energy consumption in order to meet needs while giving priority to sustainable alternatives. 

Aware of the need for consumption that avoids waste, Eiffage Énergie Systèmes is committed to its customers by offering them demanding low-carbon commercial offers. These offers comply with National low carbon strategy (SNBC) guidance on frugal consumption, energy efficiency and decarbonisation.

Our know-how enables us to think about and deploy frugal energy consumption in a cross-functional manner, whether on the scale of a plant, building, district or region.

5 200 smart sensors installed in Paris

New technologies offer many opportunities to reduce energy spending. They facilitate real-time data collection and measurement. Production and consumption flows can therefore be adapted to ensure supply meets demand. Eiffage Énergie Systèmes teams support regions and companies with this frugal energy consumption approach. 

In Paris, the municipal team chose to involve us in its commitment to reduce the energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions of the city’s public buildings by 30%. A total of 5,000 smart sensors have been installed to improve the thermal control of 1,000 municipal boilers. Our teams are also responsible for the renovation of some of the technical installations of this equipment (instrumentation, meters, electric boards, etc.).



Controlling the energy costs of your building

energetic sensor

Under the ELAN law (Law on the development of housing, planning and digital technology) and its implementing decree regarding the tertiary sector, there is an obligation to reduce the energy consumption of French tertiary buildings and a goal to reduce final energy consumption by 40% by 2030. 

To combine energy savings, comfort and technology, Eiffage Énergie Systèmes developed Uptimum, a complete range of energy-efficiency services designed to control the overall cost of installations. Create your energy profile, optimise your performance and raise awareness among your teams. Our two-person teams of “Energy Experts” and “Energy Managers” support the deployment of concrete and complete solutions among customers. The progress provided by the energy and digital transition process allows, for example, the development of connected energy metering solutions for the optimal operation of installations. 



La performance énergétique, un enjeu de taille pour les industriels

Industrial performance of energy

Although energy performance is not always considered to be of great financial importance by industrial firms, energy savings represent competitive advantages in the production chain by lowering maintenance costs, providing an extra guarantee in terms of sustainability, etc. 

The Syclone software program responds to these challenges by giving the manager of an industrial site the means to manage the site’s processes through a simple Internet connection. This software, developed by Eiffage Énergie Systèmes teams, allows you to analyse the temperature, voltage and consumption data of thousands of sensors to make immediate corrections. Suitable for small sites, the solution is also deployed on very large premises, with more than 30 buildings, whose energy consumption is reduced by several percentage points. 

Supporting the energy consumption of districts

Energy consumption Flowergy

Making heating networks more virtuous and agile for district-scale energy consumption is possible thanks to geothermal energy, biomass, heat pumps and “dynamic valves”. These solutions allow the district to heat buildings with a local and carbon-free heat source. Thermal control is thereby performed on the scale of a district.

In order to meet these challenges, Eiffage Énergie Systèmes teams create heating networks, enabling residents to control their energy bills. This is the case with Flowergy’s offer, currently being rolled out in Asnières Business Park mixed development zone (ZAC), La Vallée ZAC in Chatenay-Malabry and the Grand Canal ecodistrict in Clamart.

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