Passive building

An important point to make would be that 'low cost' wasn't the main keyword in building and designing The Field Lab, which would have tilted the balance away from responsibility towards nature. The goal was to radically decrease our ecological footprint and in order to obtain that, we set out to define 5 categories in which we would solve problems in such a way as to break with the destructive nonchalance our society has bathed itself in.

1. Waste produced by the building when in service
2. Management of the water consumed and discharged
3. The quantity of energy required for the building and energy generation
4. CO2 data for the construction of the building and the materials used in particular
5. mobility for our activities

Diminishing our co2-discharge power

The high voltage station and the ditches have already been installed in view of the installation of electrical terminals for the entire fleet in the near future. No vehicle will emit more than 99 g in CO2 and these small vehicles can boast consumption of around 4 litres per 100 km. Finally, while developments may be slower in the world of utility vehicles, The Field Lab has managed to reduce its total CO2 emissions by almost 20% over 2 years thanks to rapid fleet replacement.