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Energy efficiency and energy technology

Building blocks to success: Monitoring, efficiency, self-generation

The continuous improvement of energy efficiency is not just an issue in terms of climate protection, it also contributes sustainably to reducing your energy usage n and consequently your energy costs. Therefore, measures to reduce energy usage through the implementation of efficient technologies are integral part of any corporate energy management.

Energy checks and the potential for energy efficiency

We offer extensive know-how in the key technology areas for the supply of industrial energy and utilities. We carry out an on-site technical analysis, our “energy check”, to identify and evaluate the efficiency potential of your sites. On the basis of this analysis, we develop new concepts to increase your potential savings. We are often able to achieve significant savings, particularly in the areas ofcompressed air supply, lighting, cooling, ventilation, and heating. In addition, we offer detailed knowledge about attractive subsidies available for project planning and implementation.

Self-generation - independence from the energy market

Having an independent power supply, for example through combined heat and power generation, has developed against the background of rising energy costs. Under the new legal framework, it has become a very interesting area economically. Taking advantage of this option requires careful analysis, as well as a detailed technical and economic evaluation. For self-generation to be economical, it is essential that your business enjoys high overall efficiencies, achieved through implementing a solid heat usage concept, upon which the design of the plant is based. Thanks to experience gained from numerous projects, we are able able to support companies with this process, as well as with unconventional project ideas. Economic viability is based on current political and legal conditions and evaluated by means of cash flow analysis or the net present value method.


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