Energy diagnosis and new energy
By its cross action within the energy sector, ERAS is involved in the development and implementation of innovative energy solutions, orientated towards respecting the environment.
The high intensive energy activities, such as paper production, chemical and food industries are prime candidates for energy substitution.
ERAS has predictive tools that can quickly model the energy flow diagram of a site, to deduct consumptions and financial gains for alternative solutions.
ERAS with its experience in the energy industry, enables industrialists to quickly and economically assess the technical and financial impacts of innovative energy options such as biomass, biogas and geothermal energy exploitation.
ERAS has created a department specialized in the environment field, to assist its customers in their efforts to integrate environmental constraints in their project design.
These services aim facilities which have environmental impacts and risks complicated because of the necessity to integrate the protection of local residents, such as the paper industry, the mineral and organic chemistry, the production of energy.
During the initial phases of industrial projects, project definition requires to understand and take into consideration the environmental constraints and integrate compensatory measures acceptable to the local and administrative bodies. Having the ability to understand both the normative, legal and administrative aspects of the projects, ERAS can allow the project to start on reliable technical and budgetary basis.
ERAS can orientate its client’s projects towards acceptable economical solutions, which are the easiest to submit to public and administration authorisation, and direct investments to the simplest requirement, enabling the project financial gain to be reached in the fastest manner.
ERAS has specialized expertise in the fields of pollution control and risk management that facilitate the design and administrative support to projects, and in particular :
- Processes for treatment of water pollution.
- Processes for treatment of air pollution.
- Methodologies of analysis of risk implications for hazard studies.
- Methods of protection against explosions (ATEX).
- Methods of risks reduction inherent to a safety function.