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Renewable Energy

By actively collaborating with the actors on the energetic market and having multidisciplinary expertise, we involve in projects for valuing the energetic potential of the natural environment in a sustainable manner, with low ecologic impact and at high efficiency level.



The sector of renewable energy is at present in a development stage, providing approximately 15% of the total amount of energy produced and used, at global level.

The need to reduce carbon emissions in order to counterbalance the poisonous climate effects, the increasingly higher energy demand, the high and fluctuant costs of the traditional resources and their deficit are factors that will feed the accentuated development of “green” energy sources during the next decades.

Also, the relatively uniform distribution of renewable resources, the decreasing implementation costs, the important economic potential and the stability of operational costs for long term are important arguments for developing renewable energy solutions.



The abundance and wide distribution and the decrease of the costs associated with capturing and conversing installations as well make solar energy one of the most efficient renewable resources for thermal and electrical energy.

Under the conditions of the current development rate, it is envisaged that until 2050, the solar energy could ensure most part of the global necessity of electrical energy, sustain in this way the efforts for sustainable development.

We manage projects for implementing efficient and durable systems for de capturing, storing, transforming, distributing and using solar energy, for large scale use.



The Aeolian energy is one of the most practical and sustainable renewable sources of electrical energy, being accessible in any geographical region where the wind blows constantly and forcibly.
Benefiting from extremely low ecologic impact and from wide distribution and abundance, the Aeolian energy knows the most rapid development in the electrical energy sector.

We contribute to the development of onshore and offshore Aeolian parks and in this way to a clean energetic future, starting with the localization stage, the feasibility testing and the evaluation of the Aeolian energetic potential and up to design, project management and supervision.



The hydrological (hydraulic) energy is the most generous and ecological renewable energetic resource in the world, having old usage traditions due to its numerous benefits: vast distribution, low costs, low environmental impact and the possibility for long term economic exploitation.

At present, the force of the water courses represents the second world electricity source (16% of world total), experiencing a doubling of the potential in last 40 years.

We are aware that the hydrological energetic exploitation needs deep understanding of water cycle and ecological context, and an approach as well including all technical, social, economic and legislative circumstances.

We involve in projects to evaluate and develop hydrologic potential and to improve as well the safety of the hydro-energetic arrangements (dams and reservoirs).



The geothermal energy, exploiting the tectonic and volcanic activity of the earth shell has, by its almost omnipresent distribution, the potential for being used wherever in the world and is one of the few renewable resources that can constitute a continuous, ongoing flow for producing thermal and electrical energy.

Appropriately exploited, the geothermal energetic sources represent an extraordinary opportunity to limit the use of fossil fuels and thus to provide clean energy, that is accessible ad has minimum environmental impact.

We identify opportunities to exploit geothermal energy and we support the development of innovative solutions, for a sustainable energetic future.



The use of the biodegradable residues resulted from agriculture, industry, forestry field and household waste contributes at present by approximately 14% to the world consumption of primary energy.

The rapid regeneration, the abundant and uniform distribution and the recycling opportunity are advantages that propel biomass (primary, secondary and residual) as one of the main forms of renewable energy used for producing thermal, electrical energy or bio-fuels.

We design, develop and optimize systems and facilities for the appropriate conversion of biomass into safe and clean energy, with minimum risks for soil, air and water.