Prologis's approach aims to respond to major societal and environmental challenges and the Moissy 2 DC1 project is the perfect illustration of this commitment.
Thanks to innovative technologies, from its construction to its operation, the warehouse responds to the challenges of decarbonising the logistics chain and enables Prologis to reduce, in the short term, in concrete terms and effectively the impact of its activities on the environment.
Fast facts about Moissy 2 DC1
built on a brownfield (the former PSA site, acquired by Prologis in 2012)
carbon neutral (80% reduction & 20% compensation)
logistics platform certified “zero carbon” in France on its construction and operation phases over a 50-year period*
of neutralized CO2: 40,000 tons of CO2 on its construction phase and 110,000 over the rest of the site’s life cycle.
GWh of electricity produced and self-consumed thanks to a 36,000 sqm of photovoltaic panels roof
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 France to obtain the “Zero Carbon” certification from the International Living Future Institute (ILFI) https://living-future.org.
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 brownfield, based on an approach blending innovation and sustainable development. It will be the first logistics platform in France 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 company Exotec.