NOVAE TEAMS ARE MOBILISED TO FACE THE ENERGY CRISIS
Novae has implemented concrete actions to significantly reduce its energy consumption in a sustainable way.
The energy and environmental crisis calls for great vigilance on the part of everyone with regard to energy consumption. Novae is no exception: for the past few weeks we have been actively raising awareness and supporting our teams, both in the restaurants and at headquarters, to reduce our consumption as much as possible.
IN OUR RESTAURANTS
These actions have been thought out and applied with the aim of saving as much energy as possible while maintaining the same level of quality and safety for our consumers.
At all our customer sites, this commitment is reflected in energy-saving measures that focus on two areas:
1 – Reminding all our collaborators of “good habits”, such as turning off lights, cutting off the power supply to appliances on standby, or turning on equipment just before using it and not when it arrives in the kitchen.
2 – Optimising the use of energy-consuming equipment: gathering the goods to do without a fridge or freezer when possible, limiting the number of installations in operation, switching off certain equipment the day before long closures…
These actions will of course be adapted to each site according to its specific operational characteristics and existing savings opportunities.
Discover all of our on-site energy saving actions.
Energy saving actions will also be implemented in our head office. After analyzing the main energy consumption items, the following measures have been taken
- lowering the heating system
- automatic switching off of some equipment outside office hours
- removal/replacement of energy-consuming equipment
- reminding people of good habits…
These actions should make it possible to save nearly 20% of the energy usually consumed by our headquarters offices.
The prospect of the energy crisis requires us to rethink the way we consume our energy. Beyond these crises, we want to sustain the majority of these changes and we are committed to continuing to educate our teams on “good habits” to avoid energy waste and limit the footprint of our activity.