Solar panels that provide energy for companies

Purchase of renewable energy (Sustainability)

Sustainable energy, sometimes called green energy, is energy produced and used in such a way that it "meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs."

Goals and opportunities - different scenarios


Guarantees of Origin (GoO) - sufficient in many cases

Corporate Climate Goals (CO2)


Corporate Power Purchase,

Agreements (cPPA),

Guarantees of Origin

Power outages




Stabilization Prices



Clicking contracts using forward products on power exchange

The climate policy of the European Union changes the way consumers think and gives rise to considerations in the context of investments in renewable energy sources. The basis for these activities is Directive 2009/28 / EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 April 2009 on the promotion of the use of energy from renewable sources, amending and subsequently repealing Directives 2001/77 / EC and 2003/30 / EC. Then an important document is the so-called Green Paper: A 2030 Climate and Energy Policy Framework and Clean Planet for All - Europe's long-term strategic vision for a thriving, modern, competitive and climate neutral EU economy has set itself energy and climate targets that should be met by 2020, 2030

and 2050.

Goals that should be achieved by 2020

- reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by at least 20% compared to 1990 levels.

- Share of energy from renewable sources in total energy use: 20%.

- improvement of energy efficiency by 20%.

Goals to be achieved by 2030

- reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 40%.

- Share of energy from renewable sources in total energy use: 27%.

- improving energy efficiency by 27-30%.

- 15% of energy in interconnections (i.e. 15% of electricity generated in the EU can be transferred to other EU countries).

The goal to be achieved by 2050

- reduction of greenhouse gas emissions by 80-95% compared to 1990 levels.

Sustainable energy transition

how we work

1. Strategy "Sustainability”

We will prepare short and long-term goals

We will extend the current strategy to include sustainable development issues

We will define the purchasing model and prepare a roadmap for the proposed change

2. Analysis economic

We will create a business case and calculate the rate of return by analyzing 2 offers (RFI)

We will calculate whether it is worth investing in auto-generation or cPPA

3. Analysis legal and technical

We will present a report on the legislative climate of the solution,

On the client's side, checking the technical possibilities or limitations may occur.

4. Auction

We will organize and conduct a tender for selected solutions (cPPA, PV, CHP, GoO)

We focus on the analysis of offers, the client on making effective decisions.

5. Implementation and price control

We will control the implementation of the solution by analyzing invoices and settlements for the concluded cPPA agreement.

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