Who we are

EXERGIA is an independent firm of consultants operating internationally in the fields of energy and environment. It is a member of SESMA, the Hellenic Association of Management Consulting Companies (the Greek branch of FEACO).

The company, founded in 1991, maintains a rapid growth rate through expansion of its client base and development of its activities.

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EXERGIA is licensed to carry out BREEAM Assessments
EXERGIA is among the few companies in Greece to be licensed under BREEAM International scheme (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) to assess the construction of new buildings and refurbishments worldwide.

EXERGIA provides an integrated approach while assessing a building under BREEAM certification scheme since its staff:
  • includes not only Licensed BREEAM Assessors but also a team of experts combining all fields required by the BREEAM scheme;...          [more]
Provision of Technical Assistance in the field energy regulation for the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER)

Exergia has been recently nominated contractor of the Framework Contract "Provision of Legal, Economic and Technical Assistance in the Field of Energy Regulation for the Agency for the Cooperation of Energy Regulators (ACER) - LOT 3: Technical Assistance in the field of Energy Regulation".

ACER is an independent European structure which fosters cooperation among European Energy...          [more]
ESIA Disclosure for the Transadriatic Pipeline (TAP) project

The Trans Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) is a natural gas pipeline project and one of the largest energy investments in Greece. The pipeline will cross all northern Greece, from Evros (to the east) till Kastoria (to the west), cross Albania and the Adriatic Sea and come ashore in southern Italy, allowing gas to flow directly from the Caspian region to European markets.

EXERGIA is involved in the environmental studies related to the Greek section of TAP for over three years now. ...          [more]

Development of a Solar Water Heating Scoping Study in Kosovo funded by World Bank

EXERGIA implemented the Project "Solar Water Heating Scoping Study in Kosovo" which was financed and managed by World Bank (WB). Beneficiaries of the project were WB, the Ministry of Economic Development, the Kosovo Energy Efficiency Agency, the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Environment and Spatial Planning.

The objective of the study was to assess the market potential for solar water heating (SWH) systems in residential, ...          [more]