Energy Conservation for the Premises of a Leading Investment Banking Company
Investment Banking Company
Energy Planning and Management
A leading investment banking company considers energy efficiency and carbon footprint reduction essential actions to strive towards sustainability.
To this end, the company commissioned Environics to assess the carbon footprint and propose interventions to improve energy efficiency at its premises in Smart Village, Giza.
Environics carried out a walk-through audit to assess the energy use, and a site visit to measure the lighting electricity consumption and light intensity at the premises.
Based on the results of these activities, as well as the data provided by the company’s technical team, Environics produced a final report, which aimed at:
Identifying possible energy saving opportunities.
Studying preliminary technical & financial feasibilities.
Proposing a priority list for implementation and recommendations.
Calculation of the CO2 footprint to establish a baseline for future reference.
The report presented:
Company’s energy consumption & foreseen energy tariffs in Egypt;
CO2 footprint for the premises;
Energy saving interventions;
Assessment of Carbon Capture & Storage (CCS) Potential and Capacity Building in Egypt
Design and Development of a National Policy Package for the Industrial Energy Efficiency Programme (IEE)
Biomass Scoping Study for Egypt
Competitiveness of Egypt’s Energy Sector