CESI has decades of experience working in industrial plants on environmental, safety, business continuity and energy issues. While environmental and safety regulations are determined by national and/or regional legislation, business continuity and optimisation of energy costs are key factors in a company’s competitiveness. The efficient operation of production plants is strictly dependent on the reliability of heat and power generation plants.

Electricity is not only essential to power production processes, it may be a business in itself if a company decides to sell power on the open market. As a result, investment plans for new power generation and distribution facilities, or for upgrading existing capacity, must take into account not only technical considerations, but also economic, environmental, legal and price constraints. ​