Energy Service Company
TURNING PARTNERSHIPS INTO INTEGRAL SOLUTIONS
energy service company (ESCO)
As an energy service company (ESCO) accredited by the Department of Energy (DOE), we provide energy consulting services and deliver energy solutions suited and appropriate to the stakeholders. Our group is comprised of engineering professionals widely experienced, knowledgeable, and skilled in the Energy Sector.
deliver customized solutions
We provide energy management consulting services including energy audit and energy efficiency work program. In its core, we conduct electrical engineering consultancy services, we likewise help in identifying, analyzing, and detecting electrical system faults and problems in electrical facilities.
Depending on customer’s goals, we deliver customized solutions without compromising on quality, reliability, functionality, and financial cost of projects.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY COMPLIANCE
Energy efficiency refers to the way of managing and restraining the growth in energy consumption resulting in the delivery of more services for the same energy input.
This premium service is focused on developing an Energy Management Program that will provide organizations with a roadmap to ensure optimum and sustainable energy procurement, energy utilization, and energy efficiency improvement.
The energy audit service involves two types of energy audit procedures, namely: Type 1 (Walk-Through Audit or WTA) and Type 2 (Energy Diagnosis).
ENERGY SAVINGS PROGRAM
We all know that businesses are always motivated to find ways to reduce operating costs and improve operational efficiency to ensure profitability.
Our strategic advantage and corporate strength comes from our qualified professionals with analytical abilities, problem-solving skills, who are exceedingly capable in their respective areas.
ENERGY EFFICIENCY AS A WAY OF LIFE
Republic Act No. 11285 otherwise known as the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act (EE&C Law), which was passed into law in 2019 seeks to institutionalize and enhance the efficient use of energy in the country and grant incentives to energy efficiency and conservation projects. In essence, the law mandates everyone to adopt energy efficiency as part of their way of life. This means that everyone is encouraged under the law to find ways and means by which they can efficiently use energy and to incorporate such practice in their day-to-day living.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTION
Republic Act No. 11285 otherwise known as the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Act (EE&C Law), which was passed into law in 2019 seeks to institutionalize and enhance the efficient use of energy in the country and grant incentives to energy efficiency and conservation projects. In essence, the law mandates everyone to adopt energy efficiency as part of their way of life. This means that everyone is encouraged under the law to find ways and means by which they can efficiently use energy and to incorporate these practices in their day-to-day living.
ESCO, as defined in Section 4r of RA11285, are entities that “offers multi-technology services and goods towards developing and designing energy efficiency projects, delivering and guaranteeing energy savings, and ensuring cost-effective and optimal performance.” Following this definition, ESCOs are mandated by law to provide assistance to businesses in the design, development and implementation of energy efficiency projects and conservation measures. Consequently, ESCOs like Tri-Sky Link can help companies navigate the law’s complexities at the same time providing them access and assistance in the adoption of new and efficient energy practices including energy saving and renewable energy technologies.
The Department of Energy (DOE) can impose fines and penalties to persons or entities that violate any provision of the law, its implementing rules and regulations, and other related issuance. On the other hand, responsible officers and employees of any establishment or organization who willfully commits any such prohibited acts under Section 30 of the law can be held criminally liable.
Companies and/or entities considered by the DOE as Designated Establishments (DEs) are required to submit an EAR every three (3) years and their ECCR annually. Designated Establishments are either Type 1, Type 2 and Other DEs and these are entities with energy consumption of at least 100,000kwh annually.
DEs are also mandated to employ a Certified Conservation Officer (CECO) or a Certified Energy Manager (CEM). These persons are among others, responsible for the energy efficiency and conservation measures of an entity. They are also responsible in ensuring a DE’s compliance with the EE&C Law.