The Energy Department (ED) is involved in the analysis of new markets and the identification and preparation of potential projects, especially in the area of production, distribution and energy consumption, which have potential for development in other departments. The work of the department is based on the feasibility assessment and other technological and economic analyses of thermal power plants, industrial plants, district heating plants and gas pipeline construction, urban power systems, energy efficiency of power plants and industrial systems and energy auditing and energy auditing of buildings.

Areas of work

  • Strategies, plans and programs in the field of energy
  • National plans for renewable energy sources
  • Studies of approximation of legislation with the European Union legislation
  • Plans and Energy Schemes for Renewable Energy Sources
  • Analysis and development studies of energy market
  • Master plans of energy distribution systems in cities and industrial plants
  • Feasibility studies
  • Documentation preparation for funding from the European Union programs
  • Energy audits
  • Macroeconomic analyses of investment projects effects
  • Cost and benefit analyses
  • Sustainable city energy plans (SEAP and SECAP)

Our references

Energy Department has the longest-lasting tradition. EKONERG Ltd. is a legal successor of the Institute for Electricity Industry – Department for Thermal Power Systems. From the research scientific institution, EKONERG has expanded its services in the field of consulting. The Energy Department works for ministries, local self-government units, energy public companies and the private sector.