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Approach Approach in the field of energy efficiency


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During the implementation of the projects in field of energy efficiency, we provide comprehensive and final solution to our customers, which includes all activities related to the modernization of energy facilities and infrastructure: energy efficiency study, assistance in ensuring financing and grants, design, supply, construction and installing, putting into operation and energy efficiency measures implementation. We always consider the project into its financial perspective and offer an optimal solution with the highest possible profitability of the business. We use in our work the systems for project management in accordance with the standards of the guide "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" (PMBOK), which helps us for better planning and accountability at the realization of the projects.

The main activities in the implementation of the investment projects and the links between them are shown in the diagram below:


The investment project should be implemented in two stages, applying the best practices for project management.

During the first activity, “PROJECT INITIATING AND PLANNING” (as a part of project management) should be performed initiating and planning on the main directions of the project (scope, time, cost, quality, human resources, communications, risk and procurement). Planning of the project will not be done only once, it will be monitored and updated throughout the project implementation.

In the first stage, "PREPARATION FOR THE INVESTMENT REALIZATION" should be made: ENERGY EFFICIENCY STUDY AND CONCEPTUAL DESIGN AND ASSISTANCE IN ENSURING FINANCING AND GRANTS. Within those activities, the necessary studies are carried out, related to the present state  in regards to the energy efficiency, preparation and carrying out the necessary measurements, data processing and energy balances, analysis /technological, financial and SWOT/ and recommendations of EE measures will be made. Also coordination with the assigner and approval of assigner of the final decision towards the measures for the improvement of the energy efficiency will be conducted.  Also the business and legal analysis of the contractor would be made, study related to the funding opportunities and grants would be carried out, preparation for funding and grants application, as well as assistance in negotiations for funding.

The measurements data processing, energy balances, analysis /technological, financial and SWOT/, recommendations of EE measures and the conceptual design shall be developed simultaneously as they are interrelated. For them shall be developed models for making analysis and simulations of different options until finding the optimal solution for the business (the high profitability and the shortest time of return for the investment). Of particular importance is the work of the first stage to be done carefully and precisely to reduce the risk for the assigner by the realization of the investment in the second stage of the project.

In the second stage of the project "INVESTMENT REALIZATION" will be performed: TECHNICAL AND DETAILED DESIGN, SUPPLIES, CONSTRUCTION AND INSTALLING, PUTTING INTO OPERATION AND EE MEASURES IMPLEMENTATION. The uses of the best practices in project management and working with teams of professionals in different directions are required for successful implementation of the second stage of the investment project.

PROJECT EXECUTING, MONITORING, CONTROLLING and closing as an activity of project management will be conducted throughout the project implementation.

In compliance with the project management system implemented in ENERSYST BULGARIA, which is in accordance with the frame standards from "A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge" (PMBOK) the project management activities will be realized in following knowledge areas: project integration management, project scope management, project time management, project cost management, project quality management, project human resource management, project communications management, project risk management and project procurement management.