Ubigreen chosen to optimise energy performance at Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly and Paris-Le Bourget airports (ADP Group)
Thanks to its know-how, its expertise in collecting remotely-read consumption data and its energy management platform, Ubigreen will enable the ADP Group to improve its management and control of the energy performance of its buildings. In addition to the management, collection and processing of metering data for the various energy sources (electricity, heat, refrigeration, gas, drinking water, etc.) used at Paris Airport, the Ubigreen Energy solution will, in addition to its “classic” energy performance management functionalities, make it possible to:
– Pre-invoicing of internal and external customers,
– Provide regulatory and contractual information on consumption for customers,
– integrate action plans and meet the requirements of the ISO 50 001 standard.
“We are very proud to have been selected from among our competitors by a major player such as the ADP Group. While the energy efficiency of buildings concerns all sectors, airports are also faced with regulatory requirements (tertiary decree and others) aimed at achieving a significant reduction in energy consumption, with a first major milestone in 2030. The urgent need to protect the environment, backed up by the energy crisis, is prompting the ADP Group to strengthen its environmental policy, which is already well underway. We have unique know-how on the market that enables us to reassure our customers of our ability to recover data passing through the most complex technical architectures while minimising the replacement of existing equipment,” explains Julien Meriaudeau – Chairman and co-founder of Ubigreen.
Ubigreen’s expertise and approach to energy efficiency were key factors in the success of the project
For more than 10 years, Ubigreen has been developing real expertise in the field of energy performance and has deployed a large number of similar systems on behalf of a number of major players in the tertiary sector, including banks, transport companies, local and regional authorities and healthcare bodies.
“Our strengths? A comprehensive software platform based on a comprehensive understanding of all aspects of energy issues: our systems offer a unique ability to recover and process data from existing equipment, while providing simple, high-performance tools for processing and reporting energy and environmental data,” adds Julien Meriaudeau – Chairman and co-founder of Ubigreen.
Through its call for tenders, the ADP Group sought to select a player capable of supporting it in meeting its demanding and complex requirements.
“Our specifications were very comprehensive and our tendering procedure rich, with a phase of in-depth on-site tests of the candidates’ capabilities. Ubigreen’s ‘Energy’ offering provided us with an interface that was very easy to use, could be adapted to all site contexts and could evolve flexibly with our assets. What’s more, their expertise in integrating data from existing technical architectures and their customer references on the subject proved to be undeniable assets that guided the ADP Group’s final choice,” adds Fabrice GABRIEL, Head of the Technical Division – Asset Information Management at the ADP Group.
“We would like to thank the ADP Group for its confidence in us and our teams are already working hard to make this project a success!” concludes Julien Meriaudeau, President and Co-founder of Ubigreen.