Energy Saving


Energy saving brings not only economic advantages linked to the reduction of the production and management costs of industrial and productive activities, which increase competitiveness and profitability of companies. Energy saving also allows greenhouse gas emissions reduction and avoids acidification, ozonisation and smog formation. Energy saving also allows to preserve non -renewable natural resources, such as oil, coal and natural gas, which are limited and subject to price and availability fluctuations.

Examples of industrial, productive and generation sectors that can benefit from energy saving through renewable sources are:

Construction sector, which can improve the energy efficiency of buildings through thermal insulation and energy efficiency through LED lighting, heat pump heating and cooling systems, thermal and photovoltaic solar panels, wind turbines and batteries for energy storage.

The Agri-food sector, which can reduce the consumption of energy in the production, transformation and conservation of food through the optimization of processes, cogeneration, biomass, biogas and biomethane.

The transport sector, which can decrease the consumption of energy in people mobility and goods through the promotion of public transport, electric, hybrid and hydrogen vehicles, bicycles and shared mobility.

The manufacturing industry sector, which can lower energy consumption in the production of goods and services through the adoption of innovative technologies, intelligent sensors and intelligent networks.


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