Optimization of the Decathlon warehouse in Lompret - 38,000 m²

Optimized surface ➡️ 38,000 m² ➡️ Warehouses and tertiary zones

Reference energy ➡️ Gas


energy savings


reduction in CO2 emissions



As part of its development, Decathlon has built a logistics platform of approximately 30,000 sqm in Lompret. In addition, Decathlon is actively working to control the energy and technical costs of its buildings.

The aim of the Continuous Conduction Platform is to contribute to the site’s energy and operational efficiency by controlling the heating and ventilation systems and remotely monitoring energy consumption.



Tailor-made solutions from Accenta


Thanks to a simplified technical architecture, direct savings were achieved (no local server, no license, no supervision station).


The Continuous Conduction Platform is an easy-to-use tool that enables Decathlon to set up remote control and monitoring systems to optimize the energy management of this low-energy building:
✅ Centralized real-time access to equipment control
✅ Simplified comfort and occupancy control
✅ Daily temperature monitoring
✅ Daily calculation of “start” and “stop” for each zone
✅ Zone-by-zone control based on desired comfort level
✅ Anticipation of free inputs
✅ Alarms dedicated to player usage





Effipilot and Insight software contributed to the project’s very good HQE certification, with an RT2012 EPC 62.6% lower than the reference EPC. The project received a double mention from the jury at the Green Solution Award.


The system’s scalability enables Décathlon to expand its warehouse in the knowledge that new energy systems can be connected to Effipilot and Insight, whatever they may be.


What’s more, the building stands out by consuming 47% less energy than the logistics benchmarks identified by the Observatoire de l’Immobilier Durable, while keeping consumption under control despite the site’s increased activity.

Tomorrow, green energy will no longer be an option

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