Directive on energy efficiency 2012/27/EU
Energy Audit for large companies
By December 5, 2015 large businesses must undergo an Energy Audit by qualified experts, as required by Directive 2012/27/EU on Energy Efficiency, in force since December 4, 2012, which is part of the consumption reduction plan 20% to be achieved by 2020.
In anticipation of the implementation of the European legislation, Egeria offers its business customers an accurate analysis, carried out by specialized technicians, aimed to identify consumer drivers and possible energy efficiency measures.
The Audit report also provides a true Saving Preliminary Forecast that proposes possible savings resulting from the optimizations resulting from the analysis.
The service allows customers to know in detail their energy consumption, compare technologies in place with the best ones available in the market in order to optimize and reduce energy costs and environmental impact by certifying savings.
The audit includes: inspection on the customer site, analysis of the situation identified and preparation of a first report containing general recommendations on saving measures to be implemented.
Thereafter, a final report will be submitted. It will present solutions, details of actual savings and timeline of return on investment on the basis of an accurate reading of specific consumptions.
Certificati Bianchi TTE
Titoli di Efficienza Energetica
So-called “white certificates”, also known as “Energy Efficiency Securities” (EES), are marketable securities that certify the achievement of energy savings among end users through energy efficiency interventions and projects.
The white certification system – introduced in the Italian legislation by a decrees issued on July 20, 2004 (as amended and supplemented) by the Minister for Production Activities in cooperation with the Minister of Environment and Land Protection – requires that electricity and natural gas distributors meet annually specific primary energy saving targets expressed in petroleum equivalent saved (TEP). The distributors of electricity and gas can meet their obligations by implementing energy efficiency projects which entitle companies to “white certificates”, or by purchasing EECs from third parties that operate on the Energy Efficiency Security market, organized by the GME.
With Egeria, you can also choose to consider the purchase of electricity supplies that will allow you helping the environment and supporting the production of energy from renewable sources such as sun, water, wind and Earth’s heat.