For our modern society, energy is the most important resource. The conservation of material and energy resources is not only a contribution to the environmental and climate protection but also an important economic factor (regarding increasing energy costs) and hence, a competitive edge. Not least, it is a matter of reducing the necessary dependence on energy to a bearable level.
We help you to reduce your enery costs. For this, we are looking specifically for saving potential in your company or on your site. A well-negotiated purchase price for energy is not the only way to reduce costs: by means of energy efficiency analyses (as product integrated environmental protection – PIUS-EffCheck, energy audits or within the scope of energy management systems), we can show you saving potentials.
Different locations require different approaches. Beginning with site inspections, micro- and macroanalysis and ending with the preparation of individual optimization measures with special consideration of economical factors, we develop solutions tailored to your demands.
We are your partner for project planning, approval procedures, financing, implementation and use of renewable energies, e. g. for the project development and installation of photovoltaic systems and power storages for power self-supply.
Wether you want your municipality to be certified as a „solar location“, need comprehensive support with „Zero-Emissions-Projects or 100 %-climate protection projects“ or are searching for suitable funding measures (subsidy programmes) or additional sources of income through personal involvement or investors, we have the experience and will support you with your project.
We offer the following services:
- State analysis
- Electrical load analysis
- Consulting for implementation of an energy management system
- Efficiency analyses (e. g. PIUS-EffCheck of the state Rhineland-Palatinate)
- Energy audits
- Planning of photovoltaic systems (also on difficult locations such as landfills)
- Planning of power storages
- Inspection/Evaluation of existing photovoltaic systems