Low Voltage – Large Businesses (Installed Capacity>25kVA)

Regulated Charges:

0,52
Transmission System Other Charges Distribution Network Public Service Obligations ETMEAR
Capacity Charge

(€/kVA*AC/year)

Energy Charge

(€/kW/month)

(€/kWh) Χρέωση Ισχύος
(Fixed Unit Charge)  (€/kVA*AC/year)
Χρέωση Ενέργειας
(Variable Unit Charge)(€/kWh)
(€/kWh) (€/kWh)
0,00454 0,00046 3,27
(without measurement of reactive power)
0,0190 0,01824 0,03089
0,52 0,00454 0,00046 3,85

(with measurement of reactive power)

0,0167 0,01824 0,03089

AC: Agreed Capacity

Calculation Formulas:

  • Transmission System: (Capacity Charge x AC x Consumption Days/365) + [Energy Charge x Total Consumption (kWh)]
  • Other Charges: Total Consumption (kWh) x Unit Charge
  • National Distribution Network: (Capacity Charge x AC x Consumption Days/365) + [Energy Charge x Total Consumption (kWh)/Power Factor (cosφ)]
  • Public Service Obligations: Total Consumption (kWh) x Unit Charge
  • Special Duty for the Reduction of Air Pollutant Emissions (ETMEAR): Total Consumption (kWh) x Unit Charge

Other Third Party Charges: 

The following charges are levied on all consumers irrespective of the electricity supplier selected, are collected via the payment of electricity bills and are remitted to the State:

  1. Excise Duty – EFK (Law 3336/05) and the calculation formula is:
     Total Monthly Consumption in kWh x 0,005)
  2. Special Customs Rights Duty 5‰ – DETE (Law 2093/92) and the calculation formula is:
    [(Consumption Charge) – (ΕΤΜΕΑΡ Charge) + (EFK Charge)] x 0,005
  3. Municipal Duties – Municipal Taxes – Real Estate Duty (TAP),
    Laws Ν.25/1975 and Ν.2130/1993
  4. Hellenic Radio and Television-ERT (Greek Government Gazette 44Α/29.04.2015).
    This charge is fixed; 3 Euros on monthly basis.

Other Services

The Energy Services Department can provide personalized solutions that guarantee energy saving in medium and large buildings.

In this field, our company has strategic partnerships and utilizes in Greece tested systems of renowned international brands with numerous successful applications worldwide.

Energy Management
By using the innovative energy management software Watchtower™, the Energy Saving Department offers real solutions to reduce energy consumption through more efficient management of the existing facilities.
In summary, the services provided include the automatic identification of energy faults, the monitoring and management of critical energy efficiency indicators, the creation of respective reports and the control of energy bills for the exact calculation of the savings achieved.

Interventions in Constructional Elements
The Energy Saving Department, with the assistance of the Reconstruction Department, suggests interventions and improvements in the shell of the buildings in order to upgrade their energy status.
The benefit-cost ratio, the amount of investment and the schedule of tasks’ execution required each time is calculated by our project team and is sent to the customer, in order to take the final decision and get on with the project.

Replacement of conventional lamps with innovative LED lamps
The low-consumption LED lamps can effectively replace the largest range of lamps used in a building, consuming up to 80% less energy than the equivalent incandescent lamps.
They reduce thermal radiation in space (better conditions of thermal comfort, air-conditioning cost reduction) and have significantly increased lifespan (50,000 hours guaranteed), as well as zero maintenance costs.
Our project team undertakes, after visiting the site, the execution of a feasibility study for the installation of LED technology lamps, specifying:

  • The investment
  • The annual savings achieved (kwh/EUR)
  • The corresponding reduction in CO2 emissions and
  • The amortization time

Upon approval, the implementation of the project follows, usually in operational spaces, where emphasis is put on the minimal disruption of the user and the strict observance of the technical specifications and the project delivery time.

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Energy Profile Configuration

The Energy Saving Department, using state-of-the-art means, collects, records and analyzes all the data necessary to the facilities concerned, thus forming the full footprint of the building.

As a next step, we suggest solutions to control consumption through automated systems and personnel training. If deemed necessary, we apply larger scale interventions in the electromechanical equipment, which can achieve improved power quality, optimization of the electrical installation and the best possible operating conditions

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Voltage Optimization

We exploit exclusively in Greece the English energy saving system through Powerstar® voltage optimization.

1. What is voltage optimization?

2. Why voltage optimization is important?

3. What are the benefits for the user when installing a Powerstar® system?

  • Average energy economy of 5%-7%
  • Significant reduction of Harmonics
  • Protection against harmful transient phenomena (voltage overload) up to 25.000V
  • Improvement of the equipments lifespan and reduction of maintenance costs
  • Implementation with no moving parts, resulting in no maintenance

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Interventions in the Electromechanical Equipment

According to the data derived from a set of measurements and after consideration of all relevant parameters, our team proceeds to the implementation of solutions to improve power quality locally, centrally or in combinations, so as to ensure a guaranteed energy saving rate.

Our approach differs in each building, depending on the type and characteristics of the installed equipment. Regardless of the type of solution provided, our main goal is to reduce the losses that appear as heat in the pipelines running through the electrical grid.

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Energy Saving

Our specialized team of engineers and scientific partners records the energy footprint of each installation, gathering valuable information about the quality of electricity. By applying combinative solutions, perfectly adapted to any facilities, we design and implement key interventions in the electro-mechanical equipment, achieving significant improvements in function, power quality and overall efficiency.

At the same time, we provide consultation and training services, as well as automated infrastructure control systems, with a view to substantially reduce the energy consumption of the electromechanical systems participating in the largest share of the overall energy cost.

The energy economy is documented by specialized measurement and certification systems, which are based on internationally recognized standards. We offer innovative solutions “pay-as-you-save”, whereby the investment cost is not borne by the customer, but is paid through the energy-saving benefit achieved.

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Medium Voltage – Regulated Charges

 

Type Transmission
System
Other
Charges
Distribution Network Public Service Obligations ETMEAR
Capacity Charge
(€/kW/month)
(€/kWh) Capacity Charge
(Fixed Unit Charge)  (€/kW/month)
Energy Charge
(Variable Unit Charge)(€/kWh)
(€/kWh) (€/kWh)
Commercial 1,279 0,00044 1,170 0,0030 0,01790 >13GWh*:0,00231
Industrial 1,279 0,00044 1,170 0,0030 0,00691 <13GWh*:0,01277

*Refers to the total annual consumption
Charged Capacity: The Measured Maximum Peak Demand of consumption between 11:00-14:00

Calculation Formulas:

  • Transmission System: Fixed Unit Charge (FUC) x Measured Maximum Peak Demand (MPD) x Days/30
  • Other Charges: Total Consumption (kWh) x Unit Charge
  • National Distribution Network: ((FUC) x (MPD) + Total Consumption (kWh) x Variable Unit Charge/Power Factor (cosφ)
  • Public Service Obligations: Total Consumption (kWh) x Unit Charge
  • Special Duty for the Reduction of Air Pollutant Emissions (ETMEAR): Total Consumption (kWh) x Unit Charge

Other Third Party Charges: 

The following charges are levied on all consumers irrespective of the electricity supplier selected, are collected via the payment of electricity bills and are remitted to the State:

  1. Excise Duty – EFK (Law 3336/05) and the calculation formula is:
    Total Monthly Consumption in kWh x 0,005)
  2. Special Customs Rights Duty 5‰ – DETE (Law 2093/92) and the calculation formula is:
    [(Consumption Charge) – (ΕΤΜΕΑΡ Charge) + (EFK Charge)] x 0,005
  3. Municipal Duties – Municipal Taxes – Real Estate Duty (TAP), Laws Ν.25/1975 and Ν.2130/1993
  4. Hellenic Radio and Television-ERT (Greek Government Gazette 44Α/29.04.2015).
    This charge is fixed; 3 Euros on monthly basis.

Hydroelectric Plants

COPELOUZOS GROUP is also active in the development of small Hydroelectric Plants in Greece as well as in the Balkans. The mountainous terrain of Greece, combined with the rain and snowfall, develop proper conditions for the construction and exploitation of small Hydroelectric Plants.

COPELOUZOS GROUP has accumulated significant experience in the assessment of hydrological conditions, design, feasibility studies, environmental analysis, cost analysis, time scheduling, project management, construction and operation of small Hydroelectric Plants.

Two projects have been constructed and put into operation: the first at Inahos River, in Perivoli area of the Municipality of Sperchiada, near the city of Lamia, with a capacity of 4.5 MW and the second at Glafkos River in the prefecture of Achaia, with installed capacity of 5.5 MW.

Moreover, affiliate companies of the Group are collecting and analyzing hydrological data from many areas of Greece and Bulgaria, aiming at the development of new projects.

Photovoltaic Parks

COPELOUZOS GROUP has included PV systems in its portfolio of activities in the renewable energy sector.

This fact, combined with the ownership of two state-of-the-art industrial units for the production of PV modules, strengthens the leading role of COPELOUZOS GROUP in the Photovoltaic sector in Greece and the greater Mediterranean area.

COPELOUZOS GROUP, under the framework of its long and successful involvement in the field of Renewable Energy Sources, is developing a portfolio of self-owned PV plants of a total capacity of 126,82 MW, located in areas with high sun radiation, such as Crete, Rhodes, Central Greece and Peloponnese.

This investment has been characterized as «Strategic Investment» by the Ministers Committee of Strategic Investments (National Gazette 2459/03.11.2011) and has been included in the Fast Track licensing procedures of Strategic Investments (Law 3894/2010).

Until today, COPELOUZOS GROUP has installed and put in commercial operation its own PV plants of 180 MW total capacity.

Wind Parks

COPELOUZOS GROUP, through ELICA GROUP, joint company of DAMCO ENERGY S.A. ( 50% ), member of COPELOUZOS GROUP and INTERNATIONAL CONSTRUCTIONAL S.A. ( 50% ), as one of the major participants in the RES market of Greece, has developed and constructed a large number of wind parks and small hydro plants, possessing the third position in the RES market of Greece, having set in operation wind parks of total installed capacity 150 MW, approximately 10% of the domestic market share.