Make the most of your energy
of world energy is consumed by infrastructure, industry, buildings and residential markets.
Up to 30%
the energy savings that we can provide to these markets thanks to energy efficiency solutions now.
Today, energy is at the heart of every ones concern. More than ever, the current situation compels each and everyone to achieve more while using fewer resources. Global specialist in energy management, Esharp solar makes energy safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green. How? Simply by making energy visible and gives you the means to act to optimize its consumption.’
As a global specialist in energy management with operations in more than 20 countries, ESHARP offers integrated solutions across multiple market segments, including leadership positions in energy and infrastructure, industrial processes, and data centers / networks, as well as a broad presence in residential applications. Focused on making energy safe, reliable, and efficient, the company's 100+ employees through an active commitment to help individuals and organizations “Make the most of their energy”.
Energy and climate change
Achieving more while reducing carbon emissions and using less resource
The energy dilemma
The fact is, we have to cut the world’s CO2 emissions in half by 2050. However, energy demand – a major source of CO2 emissions – will double by that date. Renewable energy sources are mandatory but not enough to change the energy mix today.
Energy demand by 2050, Electricity demand by 2030,
(Source IEA 2009)
CO2 emissions to avoid dramatic climate changes by 2050
To find out, let’s take a look at the world in 2030
· 8 billion inhabitants, 60% will live in cities
· 2 billion will join the middle class
· Demand for electricity will be 76% higher than in 2007
· China and India alone will represent over 50% of incremental energy demand
· 1.3 billion people will not have access to electricity, mostly in Africa and India
· Solar and Electric vehicles will represent 60% of world share in passenger vehicle sales
· Renewable energies will have a 22% share in the global energy mix
(Sources Robert Garner - Trends compendium -2008, World Energy Outlook 2009 - AIE / OCDE)
The most effective solution: energy management
As energy demands escalate from all aspects of our global society, the most acute pain point is that for every three units of energy created at the power plant, only one makes it to the point of use at the plug. It follows that the war on waste - a focus on ‘nega-watts’, or megawatts not used - will most likely deliver the best returns for businesses and residences.
57% Of world’s CO2 emissions reduction
Will come from end-use efficiency by 2030
(Source International Energy Agency 2009)
Harvesting energy from Sun