Let’s reduce our energy consumption together and protect Les 2 Alpes.

We are facing an unprecedented energy and climate crisis.
We are all facing significant rises in energy costs. In this unprecedented crisis, we are dealing with the added impacts of climate change like we have never seen before. As a mountain tourist destination, we stand united together for the national energy efficiency plan. We are stepping up our commitments for a sustainable transition in order to take care of our outstanding region.

Christophe AUBERT

Mayor of Les Deux Alpes & President of the Tourist Office

«We were, we are, and we will always be taking action. The municipality, along with the region’s key stakeholders, are already focusing their efforts on climate change, in favour of biodiversity and reducing our consumption of energy and resources. We are taking action, and this eco-guide gives you the opportunity to get involved too.
Together, let’s make change happen. Together, let’s take care of the mountains, and Les 2 Alpes, which is such an incredible place to live and holiday in.
I wish you all a wonderful winter in Les 2 Alpes.»


Director of Les 2 Alpes Tourist Office

«Energy efficiency is at the It is already a concern for mountain residents, accustomed to saving resources. We must step-up our actions to reduce our energy consumption. This Eco guide presents the commitments made by those in the tourism industry to ensure the quality of your stay in our beautiful resort, whilst making the energy saving measures required. It also encourages you to get involved by taking simple measures which can result in significant change.
Thanks to you all for your support and a happy winter to one and all.”

Fabrice BOUTET

Director General of the SATA Group

«The SATA Group has been committed to reducing its energy consumption for many years. The current crisis is encouraging us to pick up the pace. We are committed to upholding the 16 Eco-measures made by the French Ski Areas. We are embarking on an ambitious eco-friendly plan to operate our ski lifts, whilst improving the carbon footprint of our buildings, and exploring the use of renewable
energy. Our goal: to maintain the quality of our services whilst limiting the impact of our strategies on our customers’ leisure activities»


Awareness raising, approaches and collective actions

We must act now to reduce our energy consumption, ensuring a pleasant winter season with no power cuts.
We have been quick to take action. In this guide, we present the steps taken by SATA – the ski area and ski lift operator, the town council, the Tourist Office, and tourist industry professionals to reduce energy consumption by 10% this winter. We will also share a few tips on how to get into good habits to reduce your energy footprint and protect the mountains during your stay.

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  • Station 1650 - 1800m
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