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Since the Grenelle Environment Bill, the concept of functional service economics has widely spread. The macroeconomic advantages appear increasingly evident, but the manner in how to make these advantages emerge was lacking, as was the entrepreneurial vision vital to put this model into practice.
Although questions remain unanswered:
- Why, profoundly and exhaustively, [...]
The functional service economy, or economy of usage, appears today as one of the answers to the economic and environmental challenges:
- Energy and raw material shortage
- Rapid increase of energy and raw material prices
- Decrease of household incomes, thus of consumption
Increase in pollution to a level that has become unbearable
The increase of publications, and examples, even if they do not [...]
You can find on this website:
Documentation enabling to know, understand and promote functional service economy
It’s definitions and advantages, all the reasons to put it into practice
Various examples, because, “a good example is better than a long speech”
A list of resources of all kind on the subject (books, links, etc.)
And how to contact us to better put into practice
Short definition of functional service economy
The functional service economy consists in
* replacing the notion of selling a good by a notion of selling the usage of a good,
* which results in the split of the added value and energy and raw material consumption.
It is Michelin that charges the amount of kilometres driven per truck equipped with Michelin tyres instead of [...]
To put it into practice: cost reduction and margin increase!
The paradox of the functional service economy is to allow cost reduction and margin increase.
There are two reasons for this; it is essential to understand this in order to approach its numerous benefits
On average, applying the model reduces by 30% to 50% the “energy and raw material” expenses (92% in Safechem’s [...]