While issues related to energy sobriety occupy a central place in the public debate, many companies are considering how to comply with the new obligations in this area with the tertiary decree (“tertiary eco-energy device”) which concerns all buildings for tertiary use of more than 1000 m2. After defining a baseline year for their energy consumption, owners and operators will have to reduce this consumption by 40% in 2030, and up to 60% by 2050.
To support its customers in this process, Sonepar has chosen to provide an omnichannel platform, on which all Bureau Veritas solutions related to energy issues will be presented.
“Thanks to this platform, Sonepar customers will be able to order energy audits, support for the implementation of sobriety plans, or even have access to financing via Energy Saving Certificates. In addition, we will open up our service offer more widely for these users by adding electrical verification missions and ad hoc training. It is with pride and commitment that Sonepar and Bureau Veritas are combining their strengths and their expertise to contribute effectively to the energy sobriety efforts necessary today and essential in the long term to meet the climate challenge.” explains Jacques Pommeraud, Managing Director Africa, France and Government Services at Bureau Veritas.
And Jérôme Malassigne, President Sonepar France to continue: “The structures concerned are numerous: office floors, health establishments, schools, sports facilities or even historical monuments… In France, more than 940 million square meters are affected by the tertiary decree. Our aim: to support our installer customers and building users in their efforts to reduce energy consumption, and to make this regulation a business opportunity serving the energy challenges of tomorrow. It is thus coverage of the entire electrical ecosystem that will be offered to professionals in the market in order to provide them, throughout France, with responses adapted to their safety, quality and compliance needs. »