Eco-friendly fossil fuel
If you use natural gas, you are an eco-friendly consumer. Consumption of natural gas produces a reduced amount of CO2 emissions, and does not cause much harm to the environment. The amount of emissions produced during the delivery of the fuel is also a matter that must be taken into account. Compressors are used to deliver natural gas; they produce less in emissions compared to the methods of delivering other fossil fuels.

No energy losses when delivering natural gas
Because natural gas is delivered via pipelines, there are no energy losses, and you get the maximum amount of energy possible.

Exactly as much natural gas as you need
Natural gas is only supplied to the clients in the amount that is necessary, not forcing them to consume excess energy.


Temperature control
Interesting fact: studies have shown that by reducing the room temperature by 1 °C, you can save up to 5% energy. Because of this, we recommend adjusting the room temperature manually, or using modern technologies, such as thermostatic valves for the heaters.

It is not advisable to lower the room temperature by more than 3 °C during the day, because reheating the room to its original temperature may then consume more energy than what was saved in the first place.

Temperature of hot water
Specialists suggest reducing the temperature of hot water, although it shouldn’t go under 50 °C, because lower temperatures can make the water supply system an attractive place for undesirable and harmful germs.

Modern equipment
Modern companies work on improving energy efficiency, both when producing energy, and when consuming it. We recommend researching the market and consulting with specialists that can suggest better solutions before making your purchase.

Energy efficiency in buildings
Latvia’s unstable weather and cold winters make the energy efficiency of your building an important matter. Is the house sufficiently insulated? Are there any major heat losses through its structures, windows, doors? Improving these factors takes much investment, which is why it is also important to assess if this will yield the desired results in the long run.

For more information about energy efficiency in houses, factories and facilities, see the Energy Efficiency Brochure.

Also we are proud to have received the Energy management certificate LVS EN ISO 50001:2012 

About energy efficiency (LT) and Energy Efficiency Brochure (LT).