LiCEA Tools & Guidelines

Our vision is to contribute to reduction of energy consumption and related savings of energy costs within production processes of Central European SMEs and their clusters. We believe we can fulfill our vission through raising awareness about innovative, simplified and SMART LiCEA Tools that have been researched and developed within LiCEA initiative with aim to facilitate the performance of simplified LiCEA energy audits in order to analyze energy flows and identify potential energy savings in manufacturing companies. Everyone knows the reduction of energy costs leads in increased competitiveness.

Moreover, LiCEA Tools provide 2 benefits:

Firslty, they are specially designed for self-performing of energy analysis by staff of SMEs as LiCEA Tools are simplified and user-friendly. Secondly they consider also supply chain in a life cycle assessment perspective (= contain LCA part).

To get familiar with innovative LiCEA Tools, let us provide you here with selected previews from them as well as with related guidelines on how to work with Tools and how to perform LiCEA energy audits from the beginning till the end.

Would you like to get this innovative LiCEA Tools for free? Then please contact us via CONTACTS section.

Latest news

19 December

LiCEA project at Enermanagement Conference

LiCEA project at Enermanagement Conference

Around 200 energy managers, energy experts and technicians participated at Enermanagement conference dedicated to the energy management. The event held on 4th December 2014 in...

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18 December

LiCEA Final Conference in Mantova

LiCEA Final Conference in Mantova

On the 16th December 2014, the Final conference of the LiCEA project took place at the AULA MAGNA of the University of Mantova. One-day conference was hosted by Province of...

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04 December

LiCEA Training Seminar in Slovakia

LiCEA Training Seminar in Slovakia

AIEC in cooperation with external LiCEA auditors provided the employees of SIEA with the training on how to get oriented and how to use LiCEA Tools for simplified auditing of...

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