Energy efficiency

Fnac Darty presents its energy efficiency plan

Fnac Darty has been taking several steps to reduce its energy consumption for many years.

In line with its energy efficiency plan rolled out at the end of 2022, the Group is now going further to concretize its aims by formalizing its energy policy.

This policy is part of an energy management approach based around continual improvement.

Said energy management approach, which aligns with the requirements of the ISO 50001* standard (an international certification), will help the Group achieve its objectives of:

  • reducing electricity consumption by at least 15% by 2024 compared to 2022;*
  • reducing energy and transport-related CO2 emissions by 50% by 2030 (vs 2019).

An ambitious action plan is gradually being rolled out. It is based on:

  • large-scale investment in LED lighting and energy management tools: Technical Building Management;
  • new temperature and lighting guidelines;
  • increased awareness and involvement of teams via a network of in-store ambassadors;
  • continuous management of the Group’s energy performance via a new dedicated head-office team.

Our energy efficiency commitments have now been made sustainable via a formal and Group-wide global energy policy. This new step will help us achieve our objectives on reducing our energy consumption, while reducing our costs and our exposure to energy market price fluctuations.

Enrique Martinez, Chief Executive Officer of Fnac Darty

As an Ecowatt partner, Fnac Darty supports the platform’s manifesto promoting structural efficiency, and is continuing its work to raise awareness among its stakeholders and implement actions to improve electricity consumption management this winter.

*Fnac and Darty France integrated stores fall within the ISO 50001 certification scope

*In France