We Execute “Turn-Key” facilities for self-production of energy on site.


Energy Estimation

Represents the starting point for a correct evaluation of the energy performance of the site that shall be analysed case by case. Analysing the consumption history, monitoring the global performances of the site and those of the single process areas and defining eventual improvement programmes represent the fundamental steps to carry out a valid estimation to maximize the savings.

Euroguarco enjoys an agreement with the University of Pisa, therefore, any analysis of the customer’s consumption shall be carried out in cooperation with the Department of Engineering, Systems, Territory and Constructions of the University of Pisa. Hence Euroguarco is able to supply a service with high technological value and under the scientific responsibility of a team of researchers and experts from the sector.

Feasibility of the proposed actions

Downstream from the energy audit, Euroguarco proposes solutions supported by specific feasibility studies for each single project. This document describes the most sustainable solutions from a technical, economic and financial point of view.

The cooperation with the University of Pisa also extends to this stage: the proposed solutions shall be sustained by strict technical and scientific considerations.


Energy Generation on site

Thanks to the modern technologies related to the production of electricity and heating from renewable sources, our company can help its customers to generate the needed energy directly on the production site where the activities are carried out, reducing their dependence on the electricity grid.


Plants for the Production of Energy from Renewable Sources

It is impossible to ignore the energy issue. Euroguarco aims to search for technical solutions using plants for the production of energy from renewable sources, such as photovoltaic plants (isolated or connected to the grid) or cogeneration plants, for the production of thermal energy by solar heat, heating pumps and radiant panels.

The possibility to make use of “inexhaustible” sources for self-production leads to an important cost reduction of energy supply, both electricity and heat.


Photovoltaic Energy

Thanks to the capacity of silicon (material contained in the photovoltaic panels) to generate electricity if exposed to solar irradiation, our photovoltaic modules allow us to create electricity to be used for domestic use and for the most common industrial uses.

Thanks to the photovoltaic system the share of energy that our customers need to buy from the grid will decrease considerably and they will benefit from net metering, i.e. the valorisation in the electricity bill of the energy produced by the photovoltaic modules that will not be consumed immediately but delivered to the grid and used in other time bands.

Our customers who will decide to purchase a photovoltaic system will also have the possibility to install a storage system which will allow them to store part of the electricity produced by the photovoltaic system and to use it during time bands in which the photovoltaic panel cannot produce any (e.g. the early morning and evening hours). Due to this storage energy costs will be eliminated or will in any case decrease considerably during morning, evening and night hours.


Wind Energy

Wind energy is produced by the movement of air (wind) and converted into power for human use. Wind has been used as a source of energy for more than a thousand years, but was replaced by fossil fuels for much of the 20th century. Today, wind is making a comeback as a source of electricity and power.

Wind energy is produced with wind turbines—tall, tubular towers with blades rotating at the top. When the wind turns the blades, the blades turn a generator and create electricity ; Wind turbines can have a horizontal or vertical axis.

There are three types of wind energy:

  • Utility-scale wind: Wind turbines that range in size from 100 kilowatts to several megawatts, where the electricity is delivered to the power grid and distributed to the end user by electric utilities or power system operators.
  • Distributed or “small” wind: Single small wind turbines below 100 kilowatts that are used to directly power a home, farm or small business and are not connected to the grid.
  • Offshore wind : In this case, the wind turbines , are erected in large bodies of water, usually on the continental shelf. Offshore wind turbines are larger than land-based turbines and can generate more power. This offshore wind system, is widely present in northern European Countries


Energy Storage Systems

Euroguarco proposes the most recent technology in the field of solar inverters, allowing to reduce its dependence on the traditional energy suppliers and to increase the consumption of self-produced energy production (minimum 80%). Moreover, through the Wi-Fi function, the system can be remote controlled.


Modernization of the Power Plants

Through a detailed analysis of the actual state of our customer’s power plant (air-conditioning, lighting system, etc.) we are able to evaluate where and when a modernisation of the plant (revamping or refitting) can be planned, in order to increase the energy efficiency.

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