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The Plan for Promoting Efficiency in Electricity Consumption (PPEC), promoted by ERSE for the fourth consecutive year, aims to financially support initiatives that promote efficiency and reduce electricity consumption in different consumer segments.

165 measures were submitted in the tender PPEC 2011-2012, on behalf of 48 promoters, totalling 58 million euros. These costs represent almost a third of the budget for 2011-2012.

This situation resulting in the competition having a strong competitive nature, and selected measures of best order of merit, which were classified based on the metric evaluation, set out in the Plan for Promoting Efficiency in Consumption Rules.

The social benefits achieved from implementing the agreed to measures will far exceed the costs . The beneficial effects of the now implemented measures will remain until 2032 , representing about 2244 GWh of accumulated avoided consumption, which is the annual consumption of about 750,000 households.

Electricity promoters and consumers play a major role in the Efficiency in Consumption Promotion Plan from the public consultation phase to the proposals and subsequent implementation. The quality of the measures presented and the strong competitive nature of the selection process resulted in a 2011-2012 biennium that was more efficient from the point of view of electric energy consumption.

The PPEC 2011-2012 approved 57 measures that are to be implemented by 20 promoters. (Find out more)


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