At Open Street, we try to describe the strengths of our service in everyday life. But we talk a little less about the profound global changes that motivate us to improve this service. They are naturally ecological and economic, and one can not go without the other in the sustainable future that mankind strives to build.

Given the economic factors that govern us, it is in our interest to optimise our recurring expenses such as fuel and labor costs. The price of a barrel of Brent oil more than tripled between 1990 and 2014. What will happen as the inevitable increase of this raw material increases? Many economic activities depend directly on the price of oil.

The future ahead depends directly on our current ability to reduce the pollution generated by human activities (C02, NOx, heavy particles, etc.).

Price of oil Brent from 1990 to 2014 (source Insee)

To date, no one has a universal answer to organise the energy revolution that is waiting for us. But in the meantime, Open Street allows you to reduce your fuel and working time expenses. Always good to take in an environment where plan of savings and lean management are part of everyday life.

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Thumbnail : price of oil Brent from 1990 to 2014 (source Insee)