The growth of the BMS market has already been notable for several years. But a much stronger increase is already anticipated in 2021 and in the years to come, with the progressive application of the two decrees BACS and Tertiary. The latter, which came into force in October 2019, obliges owners of tertiary buildings of more than 1,000 m2 to achieve energy savings of 40% by 2030. In addition, the recovery plan adopted last September allocated 4 billion euros to the energy renovation of public tertiary buildings (particularly schools and universities). This aid directly concerns the renovation of buildings, but also the equipment used to control and regulate energy consumption, i.e. building management systems.
To achieve the ambitious objectives set by the Tertiary Decree, the BACS Decree and the recovery plan, it is first necessary to implement new, more efficient solutions, by integrating them into the existing systems and therefore without making a clean sweep of the existing systems. It is also necessary to support the owners of tertiary buildings who are looking for accessible, easy-to-use and sustainable solutions. EQUANS France strives to meet this dual challenge by intervening in the entire system (analysis, audit and advice, installation-integration, team training, operation and maintenance). The Vertuoz and Predity solutions, which offer multi-fluid and multi-site energy monitoring and analysis, work just as well on the towers of La Défense as in hospitals, hotel complexes and data centres. Whatever the building, the objective is the same: to optimise the BMS to reduce GHG emissions and the energy bill of our clients.