Energy Services Company

COMSA Service promotes projects for the improvement of energy efficiency in facilities and to reduce its customer’s costs via its energy services division. This type of contract allows its customers to obtain economic savings based on the optimisation and rationalisation of energy consumptions. Among other services, this includes the design, financing, execution of the installation, maintenance and operation, energy management and the assumption of the project’s risks.

Energy services company (ESE)

Project for improving energy efficiency and reducing costs.

Includes the services defined:

– Design and project.

– Financing.

– Execution of the installation.

– Maintenance and operation.

– Energy management.

– Project risks.

The necessary investment for completing the ESE project may be fully or partially assumed by the customer, or the latter may choose to use a financing model called “third-party financing”, by which the ESE assumes the investment.

The ESE will make the investment, seek the necessary financing and obtain the returns from said investments by means of the energy savings obtained.

The payment of the services provided is subject to obtaining verifiable comfort and energy efficiency results.

In each contract, the duration and forecast saving mainly depends on the conditions of the customer’s facilities, which will determine the potential savings and the investment required for obtaining said savings.

Energy Management System (SGE) Management and Optimisation

– Analysis of the building’s energy performance.

– Energy performances.

– Historic analyses.

– Consumption ratios.

– Environmental Balance.

– Certificate of reduction of emissions to the atmosphere.

(Emission credits).

– Consultancy.

– Current Legal Framework.

– Grant management.

– Guarantee of Availability.

– Operation of the facilities.

– Period of intervention.

– Energy supplies.

– Procurement.

– Costs.

– Negotiating policies.

Renewable energy

– Photovoltaic.

– Solar.

Electrical energy

– Lighting.

– Energy Production Equipment.

– Office.

Thermal energy

– Refrigeration.

– Heating.

– Hot water.

Energy Audits

– In compliance with Royal Decree 56/2016 on Energy Efficiency, which compels large companies to perform an Energy Audit of their facilities before 13 November 2016.