Commercial, Energy Efficiency - February 1, 2016
Conveyor Belt to Energy Savings: an adidas Case Study
After EDF Climate Corps fellow Eric Shrag investigated energy efficiency opportunities in The adidas Group's distribution facilities, the company created a set of guidelines for new distribution center construction. This case study dives into that process.
While every distribution center is different, Eric's findings have relevance across the warehousing and logistics industry; even small improvements can have significant carbon and cost reductions at scale. The adidas Group is applying these practices across their 15 million square feet of owned and leased distribution space globally, and sharing key practices with their contract logistics providers around the world.
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