BUSINESS PRESENTATION

Egsystem is a newly established company. It was established in 2015 as EGSYSTEM by Enrico Gallo and in 2017 it became EGSYSTEM SRL. The owner, young, dynamic and enterprising, has gained experience as an employee in a company that designs and manufactures technological systems. The previous experience and the specific skills for what concerns the technological systems are thus made available at the Egsystem located in San Salvo (CH), offering services that range in the vast world of plant engineering:

- civil installations;

-industrial installations,

-photovoltaic systems;

- construction of electrical panels;

- regulation and remote management systems.

EGSYSTEM division CAREL

Egsystem in 2015 becomes the official System Integrator of CAREL ITALIA, a leading company in the production of controllers and equipment in the HVAC world and refrigeration.

Egsystem can therefore supply any Carel equipment and realize control systems thanks to the latest generation pCO and C.pCO controllers, specifically we can supply turnkey packages for the realization of the entire environmental regulation system for your AHUs or conditioning machines .

EGSYSTEM division ELECTRICAL PANELS

Egsystem deals with the design and construction of electrical switchboards applied to the automation of operating machines with the creation of electrical diagrams for switchboards, PLC programming and wiring on the machine, responding to increasingly specialized national and international market demands in the automation sector.

Among the services offered by Egsystem are included the start-up and assistance on all the systems made at the customers both in Italy and abroad. Thanks to the supply capacity of the electrical components following a relationship of trust with suppliers and partners selected over time and supported by the know-how and expertise of its technicians and softwares Egsystem is able to offer its customers a 360 service ° with the creation of electrical panels for automation with a high technical content and at a competitive price.

EGSYSTEM PHOTOVOLTAIC division

Egsystem is responsible for monitoring photovoltaic systems, managing and maintaining a park of over 5MW of photovoltaic plants located in Abruzzo and Molise.

How much does the maintenance of photovoltaics affect the profitability of the investment?

The costs for the maintenance of a photovoltaic system are minimal, as there are no moving mechanical parts. Keeping a plant in good health will mean first of all (but not only) keeping the surfaces of the modules clean to ensure the optimal capture of the sun's rays. Aspects such as cleaning, control or assistance for photovoltaic systems, are very important to ensure maximum plant profitability and the best economic performance. Although atmospheric events (rain and wind) are generally kept clean photovoltaic modules, operators or users can follow some simple basic rules to preserve the yield of the panels. Pollen, bird droppings, earth and leaves can in fact "cost dear", hindering the plant's performance.

REGULATORY ADJUSTMENTS

We take care of the adjustment of the photovoltaic systems according to current legislation, so that the existing incentives are not suspended. All those, both private users and companies, that have a photovoltaic system are obliged to make the adjustment of the Photovoltaic Plant as well as by AEEG regulations, under penalty of suspension of the incentive granted by the GSE.

The adjustments to today mandatory to perform are:

Adjustment of Resolution 243 (Annex A70)

Required for plants with a capacity of more than 6 kW already connected to the low-voltage grid and entered into service on March 31, 2012, as well as power plants up to 50 kW already connected to the medium-voltage grid and started up on the same date .

Adaptation Annex A72

Mandatory for plants with power greater than or equal to 100 KWp, connected in Medium Voltage, entered into service before 01/01/2013.

Failure to adapt the photovoltaic systems to one of the first two regulations entails the suspension of the incentive by the GSE, while the failure to comply with Resolution 595 entails the non transmission of production data by ENEL to the GSE and therefore the non- provision of the incentive on the energy produced.