Energy efficiency, a priority in the European framework
The EU has proposed an integral package of measures on climate change and energy, which foresees new and ambitious objectives for 2020. The intention is to drive Europe towards a sustainable future, with an economy which minimises carbon emissions and which consumes less and less energy. In general, energy prices went up in the different part of the world and the need to reduce energy prices has become crucial.
In this framework it is essential to have resources and systems which offer the possibility of getting to know energy consumption and apply efficiency improvements which reduce it and which can be translated into energy and cost savings.
Aqualogy’s Energy Management Department consists of technical-economic assessment, which encompasses different services aimed at bringing together all the products related to this area, in order to obtain, among other advantages, significant cost savings.
The benefit to the client is directly reflected in an economic saving, improvement in the environmental image of the company, reducing its carbon footprint and improving its corporate responsibility.
- Calculation of carbon footprint: quantification of the GHG emitted during the life cycle of a product, service or specific activity.
- Energy audits: tool adapted to the needs of the client, endorsed by more than 500 audits.
- ISO 50001: An Energy Management System (EMS) as a tool focused on reducing costs and CO2 emissions.