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Dandelooo and Ooolala to build sustainable low carbon productions

Dandelooo and Ooolala to build sustainable low carbon productions
Ooolala and Dandelooo are investing in developing a sustainable approach in production, reducing its carbon consumption.
Ooolala's just published a report about the impact in 2022. The company was able to monitor and adapts its carbon consumption based on experience and measured in real time, thanks to its internally developed technology "ecooo".

"It has always been of high importance for my partner Emmanuèle Petry and I as animation producers to bring to the market productions that are respectful of the environment. When building our studio we thought it was a unique opportunity to do so. These figures are a major achievement as they confirm how virtuous the studio already is. To give a comparison all our facilities and equipment represent less than the emissions of a US citizen in a year”, says Jean Baptiste Wery CEO.

Beyond these results, Ooolala will be able to monitor and adapt its carbon consumption based on experience and measured in real time thanks to its new internally developed technology “ecooo” (with the support of France 2030 and the CNC’s technical industry funding).

These investments will enable Ooolala to increase capacity to 100/200 artists in single or multi-site without deteriorating performance.

Ooolala’s carbon footprint can also be explained by the studio's 2D specialization. "2D animation is a real asset to help the industry reduce its impact . It uses very little energy compared to 3D and VFX which are very demanding in terms of rendering power and cooling systems”, added Jean Baptiste Wery.

The carbon footprint measure was conducted by the engineering and consulting firm Workflowers, which supports industry companies in their environmental strategy.


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