Environment

Energy consumption in the society of which all form an active part, growing significantly year after year gradually decreasing natural energy resources that are available in danger of exhaustion. Moreover, the current energy system based on conventional generation (thermal and nuclear), have significant adverse impacts on the environment which must be corrected. These reasons make it necessary to seek alternative sources of energy to help diversify the current energy supply so as to cope with the increase in consumption while it is environmentally.

Renewable energy is the main reasonable alternative energy today. They are characterized by endless and present a low environmental impact compared to other energies. They also contribute to local development by enhancing indigenous resources of the area, and are a technological challenge for the future as consolidated sources of energy supply.

Photovoltaic solar energy, namely the transformation of energy from solar radiation into electrical energy, is perhaps, in renewable energy, which could consider more environmentally friendly because it has low environmental impact and is destined to be one of energies of the future. Photovoltaic systems are characterized by reducing the emission of pollutants (CO2, NOx and SOx, mainly), present a low maintenance and use to operate a resource, the sun, which is inexhaustible

 

EMISSION REDUCTIONS 2016

CO2   23.502 Tm

SO2   65.841 kg

NOx 66.421 kg

Supply equivalent

7.445 houses

COMMITMENT 2017

CO2   23.535 Tm

SO2   66.772 kg

NOx 67.361 kg

Supply equivalent

7.550 houses