Worldwide, production of electricity undergoes fundamental structural changes. Power plants are transformed into independent profit centers and compete with each other for power supply. In this competition, to clean production technologies (Cleantech and Greentech) are used as marketing arguments, and so are new fuels, cogeneration, renewable energy, alternative, and the principle of "trading in pollutants".
Already today, in Europe, the United States in many other countries of quotas were established requiring a combination of alternative fuels and not only those from reserves of crude oil. A wide range of legal provisions, here in Israel and around the world, set binding energy efficiency quotas and markings of consumer electrical appliances efficiency. In Israel - the revolution of electricity production and industrial products based on the combustion of natural gas is here. Even hybrid cars or vehicles that use natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) participate in the game.
Global effort to reduce emissions of "greenhouse gases" (such as CO2 or other methane substances determined to be equivalent to the CO2 that is reflected in the Kyoto Protocol of the "Convention on Climate Change", will take its toll in new constraints that would be imposed on fuel burning facilities for energy production.
Already today, according to the Energy Sources Law and the regulations promulgated thereof, duties are applicable to industrial plants, such as appointing a commissioner for energy, and improving the efficiency of the facilities. The discovery of gas fields within Israel's economic coastlines is opening new opportunities for the industry to get through to distribution lines of cleaner and cheaper energy sources.
Whether you consume a lot of energy in the production processes and wish to reduce your expenses or you wish to enter the market of energy production for your own consumption or for sale to the electricity network, we can assist you - by the clarification of licensing procedures required and with legal advice to examine the environmental requirements and safety requirements that apply to you and your degree of compliance to them, and to the global energy market developments in general.