$(function(){ $('.pix_diapo').diapo(); });

E-co Energy Consulting


Energy savings The White Certificates system, introduced by decree 20 July 2004, is a method of incentive for interventions, "energy saving".

The incentive is through the assignment of a number of White Certificates, known as "energy efficiency certificatesTEE, proportional to the energy saved.

The operation of energy conservation is actually made by end users, responsible for the production site, but the beneficiary of TEE can be only one company authorized to market the TEE: electricity distributor, distributor gas ESCO (Energy Service Company).

The TEE are issued by the Manager of the electricity market in favor of parties (distributors, ESCOs), which are therefore owners of the project, on the basis of a statement of the Authority certifies that the savings achieved.

The sale of the TEE is through bilateral contracts or in a market set up by the appropriate manager of the electricity market and regulated by the same rules established by the Manager in consultation with the Authority.

Through bilateral agreements and the customer of the project owner determine how to allocate the net proceeds from the sale of the TEE.

The customer who has made or intends to take action to save energy (eg replacement of obsolete machinery with a high efficiency) may ask for Eco Ltd to become, as ESCO, the owner of the project and therefore follow the procedure for obtaining TEE:

  • Request for preliminary verification of compliance with the Guidelines (RVP) of the Authority (the Authority for Electricity and Gas)
  • Proposal for a project and program size (PPPM)
  • Call for testing and certification savings (HVAC)
  • Energy and Energy Efficiency Certificates

  • This activity has no cost to the customer as E.co Ltd requires only a percentage of profit earned from the sale of the TEE, the remainder goes to the client's benefit.

    On customer request, E.co Ltd, as ESCO, is available to evaluate the possibility of saving energy in the intervention anticipating the economic resources necessary according to the formula of the third party financing (TPF).