Rabat - Delattre Levivier Morocco (DLM), the national leader in metal construction and assembly in Morocco, has just created DLM EnR, a subsidiary exclusively dedicated to renewable energies.
Rabat – Delattre Levivier Morocco (DLM), the national leader in metal construction and assembly in Morocco, has just created DLM EnR, a subsidiary exclusively dedicated to renewable energies.
With the new subsidiary, the metal construction specialist is taking an new approach to its production policies, diversifying its fields of operation.
DLM EnR will specialize in activities related to renewable energies and self-consumption of clean energy on behalf of industrialists wishing to “diversify their supply, feeding from clean and sustainable sources,” the group states in a communique.
The company’s areas of expertise include energy auditing, energy efficiency, waste-to-energy, and cost control. “The cost of energy is, for an industrialist, one of the heaviest chapters that can weigh on its cost price, impacting heavily the profit margin and, consequently, the competitiveness of the company,” explained the company.
To solve this problem and give energy-intensive industries the opportunity to optimize their consumption, DLM EnR has developed a series of solutions aimed at reducing energy bills through self-production solutions, says DLM.
In this context, Marc Sauvaget, CEO of DLM EnR, explains that “for manufacturers, control of production costs is based on energy cost control. DLM EnR was created for this purpose. We help our customers and partners to reduce the impact of their energy consumption on their cost and allow them to monitor and calibrate their needs.”
Sauvaget added that the company “measures the self-consumption capacity of each of our partners in the finest way. This self-consumption is totally controlled, not subject to fluctuations and risks of increase.”
Through its new subsidiary, DLM has the ambition to help industrialists to keep their costs down by diversifying their sources of supply “by becoming themselves actors in the production of their own energy,” the statement said.
Eric Cecconello, CEO of DLM, said that “our group has been positioned for decades on the renewable energy sector. We produce, for example, wind turbine masts whose quality reflects the know-how of DLM. With DLM EnR, we are becoming more anchored in the sector, and offer self-consuming solutions with multiple benefits for manufacturers.”
By analyzing consumption patterns and offering customized configurations (mixed, photovoltaic, wind, with or without storage), the solutions proposed by DLM EnR adapt to the needs of each industrialist, underlines the group in its press release.
“In order to be efficient, the choice of the formula to be adopted depends on the availability of the infrastructure, the nature of the installations and the climatic properties specific to the geographical area where the industrial unit is located,” the group explains, adding that “these parameters determine the success of the transition to a self-generated clean energy system, which gives vital importance to the content of the diagnosis preceding this stage.”
To achieve their new plans, DLM EnR proposes two approaches, including the management, for industrialists, of the installation and operation of a self-production unit that will cover part of their needs. The second is the installation of turnkey production units, which will be fully overseen by industrialists and provide the necessary maintenance and training.