Profitability calculationIs it worth investing in more efficient energy systems? With a comprehensive profitability calculation, we jointly assess the opportunities and benefits.

There are two methods of calculating the cost-effectiveness of energy-related measures - the static and dynamic. The static calculation is easy to carry out, but it also only allows a rough estimate of the cost-effectiveness or the risk. Dynamic methods provide significantly more accurate forecasts They are associated with more effort, but are particularly worthwhile for larger investments.  

An actually complete profitability calculation for energy projects also takes into account all expected life cycle costs. In addition to energy and acquisition costs as well as the savings, this also includes costs for maintenance, materials, personnel, and decommissioning and disposal. Companies participating in CO2 emissions trading should also consider the CO2 abatement costs. Because higher energy efficiency can lead to lower emissions and savings in emission certificates

Would you like to make the energy systems fit for the future? We support you in the profitability calculation.


Gordon Burmeister
Commercial Management

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