Energy service companies (ESCOs) provide integrated energy-service packages aimed at achieving greater energy efficiency.

We provide a zero-cost service in that the given project is financed through the full or partial transfer of the energy savings achieved.

ESCOs are fully supported by the European Community given that, first and foremost, we assist the European Community in making the economy more efficient and can also take responsibility for energy-efficiency improvements, while helping to overcome challenges such as the availability of capital or the lack of awareness of the technologies most suited to resolving a given issue.

As an ESCO, we provide our customers with a range of integrated energy-efficiency solutions aimed at achieving energy savings and increasing production standards. Only ESCOs are in a position to:

Take on the business risks that will ensure the customer obtains the savings desired

Directly finance projects

Be remunerated based on the energy savings achieved

We base our operations on the ability to generate energy savings, and in order to do this, we need skilled experts in the field. As for-profit, private-sector entities, ESCOs are the embodiment of the unification of personal interests and global wellbeing. By providing energy-efficiency services, we both provide our customers with cost savings and promote environmental protection and sustainability at the global level.

By providing and implementing the best possible solutions, we ensure greater benefits both for our customers and for ourselves as an ESCO. Customers benefit through the energy and cost savings achieved, and our remuneration depends on the level of savings achieved, while we also take on the business risk and financial burden.

ESCOs provide a wide range of integrated services and recommend custom solutions for their customers in order to achieve the best results possible in terms of energy efficiency. The offering of an ESCO can, by way of example, include all or a portion of the following services:

Energy audits and diagnoses
Project planning
Project planning
Raising financing
Defining contracts
Project execution
Energy provision
Operation and maintenance
Monitoring and assessment