The heating installation: an important leverage point in the energy transition
To protect against the unpredictability of the energy market and successfully achieve the energy transition, the heat production unit is a major leverage point. As its purpose is to supply heat for comfort and operational needs, the heating system must scale to provide the temperature levels and quantities necessary to keep the business running smoothly at all times. Today, there are heat production systems that are adapted to each temperature level, can be modulated in terms of power and are environmentally friendly.
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Ensuring efficient heating system performance in the workplace
For many companies, the production of heat for premises and production processes represents a major cost factor. It is therefore essential to ensure that the heating system operates correctly and economically. Heating systems offer significant potential for energy savings. This includes all peripheral installations, heat production and distribution.
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Control operating costs related to compressed air systems in the company
Compressed air is an energy carrier that is frequently used in many sectors, particularly when operating production machines and specific pneumatic tools. Despite its abundant use, it is a difficult vector to control, with high operating costs. In an unmonitored installation, production (heat) and distribution (leakage) losses can be as high as 90%. The aim of this measurement is to demonstrate the various levers for optimising a compressed air system.
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Compressed air: an energy carrier that needs optimising in numerous sectors
Compressed air is an energy carrier that is frequently used in many sectors, particularly in the use of production machinery and specific pneumatic tools. Despite its abundant use, it is a complex medium to control, resulting in high operating costs. In an unmonitored installation, up to 90% can be lost in production (heat) and distribution (leaks). Compressed air costs can be contained by regularly analysing energy requirements and through technological monitoring. This measure should be applied when the analysis requires a new compressed air installation.
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Electric mobility, a key element in decarbonising your business
Electric cars are part of the solution to successfully decarbonising your company’s vehicle fleet. Filling up thermal cars with fuel from service stations is only partly applicable to this type of vehicle. It is essential to set up a suitable charging infrastructure.
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Photovoltaics: an environmentally and financially interesting alternative for your company’s electricity production
A photovoltaic installation enables you to produce renewable electricity and to decouple part of your electricity costs from market price fluctuations. Beyond self-consumption, there are other support mechanisms that can represent an interesting economic model, such as the guaranteed feed-in tariff or the market premium resulting from a call for tenders. The installation can be financed from your own funds or by a third-party investor, who can also take care of its planning and completion.
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