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Development of an Energy Efficiency Plan

Supplier: Enesolve

Demand-side strategic planning comprises two core steps: Energy Efficiency Opportunities Identification & Development of an Energy Efficiency Plan

Price Guide: POA

Development of an Energy Efficiency Plan

Having identified a range of feasible energy efficiency opportunities, we then apply our client's boundary conditions, such as:

  • Investment parameters - available capital, pay-back requirements...
  • Taxation implications - depreciation methodologies...; and
  • Legal obligations - compliance standards; reporting requirements...

to the task of both integrating and optimising an Energy Efficiency Plan ("Plan").


Quality efficiency solutions often require the integration of otherwise separate pieces of plant and/or systems in order to deliver the best outcome for clients. Examples include:

  • Thermal Systems (heating/cooling)
  • Co-generation
  • Tri-generation
  • Separation/decentralisation

EneSolve has expertise across all of these areas with specialist skills in all associated system components e.g. heat exchangers.


Utilising the eneSolve CSP (Carbon Strategy Platform), we systematically rank each energy efficiency opportunity based on its Net Present Value (NPV) against the client's required peformance parameters.

Subject to the operation of an Emissions Trading Framework, qualified energy efficiency measures are also compared with the purchase of approved carbon off-set mechanisms to derive the most cost effective overall solution for clients. This results in the development of a Carbon Abatement Cost Curve which can be iterated based on future carbon price forecasts/sensitivities.

When Optimisation is complete, clients have a fully costed Plan and an implementation rationale which can be incorporated into regular budget planning practices. This ensures that all layers of management from Production and Sustainability through to Finance and Administration have a clear understanding of the Plan and its implications.