Energy can be generated and used more efficiently by any consumer, big or small, but the biggest and fastest energy savings can be achieved in industrial sites. This is due to the enormous quantities of energy needed in their production processes.
All industries need electrical energy for their equipment and many of them need another type of energy - steam, heating, cooling - at the same time. Instead of using electricity from the national grid to generate this steam, heating or cooling energy, they can have it completely for free.
How is that possible? Through on-site production of electricity (read more)
For some industries, depending on the country, electricity prices and other factors, it may not be so economic to generate their own electricity. Yet, we have a wide range of solutions by which they can save energy and money.
Industries with the highest potential for energy saving through our technologies are in the sectors of plastic, pharmaceutical, chemical, food processing, textile, glass, cement, breweries, wood processing, foundries, among others.
Buildings in the residential and service sector are large energy consumers with long operating hours. Consider airports, shopping centers, administrative buildings, hospitals, hotels, to name a few. They need electric energy for their electric equipment, as well as for lighting, heating and air conditioning.
We provide a wide variety of tailor-made energy solutions which generate energy in the most efficient way possible for the particular consumer. They have the potential to cut energy consumption, and respectively energy costs, by up to 30% thanks to our customized approach to engineering design, construction, installation, performance monitoring and maintenance. Learn more in our sections dedicated to systems and solutions. Hear from our satisfied clients in our references section
Agriculture and the agri-food industries can benefit a lot from Termogamma® systems based on the reuse of their waste material and turn it into savings rather than a cost related to disposal services.
Animal-breeding farms, dairy farms and slaughterhouses can utilize manure and waste through a biogas installation which can feed them back with electricity, heat or even cooling needed for their process and storage. After the biomass digestion process, the plant produces biogas and waste material, which itself is rich soil fertilizer, and can be used in the associated plant-growing estate or sold to other farms. The excess electricity produced can be sold to the grid at feed-in tariffs and generate therefore further revenues.