FM Logistic moves to renewable energy

French logistics giant FM Logistic has announced that all its Central European warehouses are powered with renewable electricity. It has signed contracts with renewable energy providers in Poland and the Czech Republic, while in 2019 it had already signed a deal with a Slovak renewable energy provider.

For its Polish operations, PGE will supply FM Logistic with 14GWh of renewable power annually, along with guarantees of origin certificates. This is for the company’s 13 warehouses in the country.

In the Czech Republic, Pražská Energetika is to be its supplier for its Tuchomerice warehouse. With the renewable energy being used from Slovenské Elektrárne. In Slovakia, FM Logistic say that it will avoid releasing 10,612 tonnes of CO2 into the atmosphere annually.

“The transition to renewable energy will facilitate our goal to achieve carbon neutrality for our warehousing operations by 2030. Over the past three years, FM Logistic reduced its scope 1 and 2 greenhouse gas emissions by 17% in absolute terms,” said Charlotte Migne, FM Logistic’s sustainable development director.

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