Fast facts about Moissy 2 DC1

  • 100,000 sqm built on a brownfield (the former PSA site, acquired by Prologis in 2012)
  • 100% carbon neutral (80% reduction & 20% compensation)
  • 1st logistics platform certified “zero carbon” in the world on its construction and operation phases over a 50-year period*
  • 150,000T of neutralized CO2: 40,000 tons of CO2 on its construction phase and 110,000 over the rest of the site’s life cycle.
  • 1.4 GWh of electricity produced and self-consumed thanks to a 36,000 sqm of photovoltaic panels roof
  • 71% Carbon emissions avoided thanks to the geothermal system implemented with Accenta. This solution is responsible for 30% of the project’s total carbon savings
*Carbon neutral from its construction phase through its use over the next 50 years, this building will be the first logistics building in the world to obtain the “Zero Carbon” certification from the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) https://living-future.org.

The project

Located in the center of the Grand Paris Sud region, a Regional Logistics Centre of Excellence, within the Prologis Park Moissy 2 Les Chevrons, this wide-reaching platform has been completely rebuilt on a former industrial bronwfield, based on an approach blending innovation and sustainable development. It will be the first logistics platform in the world to be certified "Zero Carbon" from its construction phase through its use over the next 50 years, by the International Living Future Institute. With an area of 100,000 sqm, the platform will be used by Monoprix for a minimum period of 12 years and equipped with the robotic technology developed by the French comapny Exotec.

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Le premier bâtiment logistique carbone neutre en Europe

The world’s first carbon neutral logistics building*

We all now accept the need to cut greenhouse gas emissions out of the whole value chain. This is a collective endeavour and one to which Prologis has been committed for years, aiming to make 100% of its new projects carbon neutral by 2025.  To achieve carbon neutrality, Prologis has put in place a 3-stage process that seeks to avoid, reduce or offset carbon impacts at all project stages.

  • In construction, this means an optimised building site (75% reduction in site waste and 20% recycled materials, including from demolition), low-carbon concrete and improved thermal inertia in buildings, making them more comfortable to work in.
  • In operation, we went for a geothermal solution, in partnership with the greentech Accenta, in which the solution is responsible for 30% of the project’s total carbon savings (reducing the energy consumption of the heating and cooling system by 60% and related emissions by 71%).36,000 sqm of PV solar energy panels on the roof generate up to 1.5 GWh of electricity for own use. Finally, the use of variable intensity LED lighting with presence detectors will generate significant savings.

The remaining 20% of carbon emissions will be offset by reforestation projects.

*Carbon neutral from its construction phase through its use over the next 50 years, this building will be the first logistics building in the world to obtain the “Zero Carbon” certification from the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) https://living-future.org.

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Un partenariat innovant avec Exotec

Innovative partnership with Exotec to suit Monoprix’s needs

This platform will allow to stock products destined to supply its stores and to fulfil the e-commerce orders. It has been custom designed to provide Monoprix with a next-generation logistics tool capable of supporting its rapid expansion. In order to achieve a meaningful expansion of production capacity, specifically by improving performances linked to preparing parcels, Monoprix has chosen the Skypod robotic system, designed by Exotec.

This system adapts to the warehouse architecture and can extend storage up to 10 meters in height, thus making it possible to optimise use of the space and its footprint. The robots, which move in 3 dimensions and are guided in real time, offer increased tempos of up to 400 containers per hour.

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300 à 500 Kg de miel produits chaque année grâce aux ruches installées dans le parc

Special attention paid to supporting local biodiversity

As a member of the CIBI (International Council for Biodiversity and Construction), Prologis has committed, at the level of the business park, to a BiodiverCity® approach, promoting urban biodiversity throughout the site’s lifetime. It features an orchard, a swallow tower, insect hotels, and birdhouses, along with beehives that have been put in place to support bee populations, an essential factor in pollination and the growth of plants, fruits, and vegetables.

Regular pollen analyses, in partnership with Beeodiversity, make it possible to evaluate the site’s biodiversity and improve it through targeted actions. The honey made on site is handed out to our customers, public and private partners and employees.

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Une empreinte sociale et sociétale forte et pérenne

A strong and lasting social and societal footprint

At Prologis, we make so much more than industrial logistics buildings: we create the spaces and places where our customers’ businesses can thrive, where employees enjoy coming to work, and where communities and nature can flourish. We call it PARKlife™.

At our Moissy les Chevrons park, we propose amenities and initiatives such as: height-adjustable workstations, access to terraces and green walls, an orchard, a petanque court, food trucks, as well as spaces designed to adapt to a pandemic.

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Olivier Barge
Olivier Barge

Head of project management & innovation, Southern Europe

Email : [email protected]