Energy optimisation for Stellantis logistics warehouses

Supporting a major player in the automotive industry in its energy performance and low-carbon strategy

Stellantis, an international automotive manufacturer, has committed to halving its energy-related carbon emissions by 2025, with a view to achieving carbon neutrality by 2038.

Artelia is studying the feasibility of such a reduction at the logistics warehouses in five of the group’s European sites in Germany, France and Italy.


As a global automotive manufacturer, the Stellantis Group is committed to achieving carbon neutrality throughout its activities by 2038, with an interim target of reducing its energy-related carbon emissions up to 50% by 2025 compared to 2021, the reference year. As part of this strategy, Stellantis has awarded Artelia a feasibility study to reduce the carbon impact of the energy consumption of its logistics warehouses in 5 European locations (Rivalta in Italy, Bochum in Germany, Carrières-sur-Seine, Vélizy and Vesoul in France.

For each site, our teams identify and qualify the potential for reducing carbon emissions associated with energy use. Several levers are considered: energy sobriety (reducing energy needs), improving efficiency (covering needs by installing more efficient systems) and using renewable energies (replacing carbon-based energies with less emissive energies).