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Dec

19

2018
The role of the price of CO2 in the Energy transition

The role of the price of CO2 in the Energy transition

Putting a price on carbon is an important step, and many in the private sector firmly believe which governments must go in that way to effectively approach climate change – The World Bank

What price must have the CO2 gas to leave out?

Last October 2018 we saw how coal and gas combined cycle acted in support of Spanish electrical system. The funny thing is that this has been going on in recent years. But, according to the government’s plans, this situation may end because, as we know, coal has its days numbered and the gas will be increasingly penalized by the increase in the price of CO2 emissions.

spanish-energy-mixIn December 2018, the UN in its Environment section published the annual disparity report on global emissions, in which 3 scenarios are proposed based on global warming objectives: less than 1.5ºC, 1.8ºC and 2ºC. In addition, the UN talks about urgent and unprecedented measures if we want this to not get out of hand.

On the other hand, the trend of global warming in the period 2014-2017 has been stagnant, being alarmed the increase experienced in this 2018. With these data, it is stated that only 40% of the countries will have achieved their emissions targets in 2020. This report talks of 3 fronts to mitigate the adverse data: effective policies on renewable, efficient transport and forestry.

Instead the study reveals that only 10% of the CO2 emitted globally is penalized with a tax effective enough to encourage not issued. Therefore, in order to achieve the goal of less than 2ºC of global warming, it is estimated that the value of the penalty is between 34-68 € / Ton CO2.

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Remember than 1 GWh produced with natural gas emits 202 Ton CO2, more than double if we do with coal. Doing accounts, and knowing the current competitiveness of the gas compared to other ways of generating, we can advance that in penalization ranges above 70 € / Ton CO2, it would not be profitable to generate electricity. Therefore, it is very possible that these plants had to be transformed to renewable gas, such as hydrogen.

In conclusion, I would like us to reflect on these data and we answer these questions. Without policies of penalization to the polluting technologies, a country like Spain will be able to realize a real energetic transition? Did you know the CO2 market and how it works? Do you see it right?

I invite you to leave comments.

Thank you!


Sep

17

2018
Streetlights history: from Catalan Society of Gas to Barcelona Energy

Streetlights history: from Catalan Society of Gas to Barcelona Energy

We have all seen in movies those oil lamps or candles lighting the streets of cities, but when is street lighting modernized in Spain? What was the first public tender to manage this facility? In Letter Engineers we recently arrived at Barcelona City Council and we have found very interesting data.

We must go back to the nineteenth century, namely the year 1826, so that in Barcelona lights as street lighting system the first gas lamp. According to historians, it is the first time that the streets are lit enough to not feel unprotected.

The City Council of Barcelona convened in 1841 a public lighting contest won by a French industrial engineer. This one founded two years later the company Catalan Society for gas lighting. We currently know it as Naturgy or, the most backward, by Gas Natural Fenosa. As a curiosity, to comment that the street lighting service comes to Barcelona before running water to homes.

During the twentieth century, with the discovery of electric light, began the decline of gas lights since this new system was much cheaper, comfortable and durable. The gas discharge lamps arrive in which, through electricity, the luminescence phenomenon is achieved. One of the first gases used is mercury vapor which, for those who do not know, emits with a wave in which the ultraviolet predominates. Later improves efficiency in street lighting with the arrival of sodium vapor and its characteristic orange color. A few years ago, and it entered the new century, break into the LED technology in street lighting.

Because of the energy transition we live currently marketing energy undergoes radical changes daily. For more than 20 years, the electricity sector in Spain has been liberalized and, nevertheless, it has not been an effective Law as such. Therefore new models to appear Energy Barcelona have emerged. The council manages the generation and marketing in their own facilities. To generate uses different renewable sources such as photovoltaic and wind. However, it is methane from garbage which it gets its greatest green energy.

In Letter Engineers committed to new energy management models for municipal street lighting. We believe that these new models have a lot to say and here we will be to help them in this difficult way.


Aug

24

2018
Smart Territories – Efficient Solutions by Letter Engineers

Smart Territories – Efficient Solutions by Letter Engineers

“NATIONAL PLAN OF INTELLIGENT TERRITORIES. A strategy for a “smart Spain” that seeks to maximize the opportunities offered by the proper use of digital platforms to provide better public services in the city and in rural areas, and where Letter Engineers has much to offer”

Energy Efficiency: the starting point of an Intelligent Territory

Since 2007, European 20/20/20 targets were established:

  • 20% reduction of greenhouse gas emissions (in relation to 1990 levels)
  • 20% renewable energy in the EU
  • 20% improvement in energy efficiency

In Spain, there have been multiple strategies and announcements, focused on the Energy Efficiency of our towns and cities, since consuming more efficiently helps us to achieve the targets and we also contribute to reduce our Carbon Footprint.

“We have a common challenge: to plan, manage and govern our cities in a sustainable way, maximizing economic opportunities and minimizing environmental damage”

All this has given way to the use of digital platforms able to manage efficiently:

  • ENERGY CONSUMPTION OF PUBLIC LIGHTING
  • EFFICIENT WATER CONSUMPTION IN THE IRRIGATION SYSTEM OF PARKS AND GARDENS.
  • EFFICIENT ROUTES IN WASTE MANAGEMENT
  • INTELLIGENT ROUTES IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT

hence, the goal of transforming traditional cities into “SMART CITY”.

To make all of us much clearer, a Smart city is a sustainable and innovative city, since it uses Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) and other means to improve decision-making, the efficiency of operations, the provision of urban services and their competitiveness.


Although it is many steps to go in parallel in Spain it has unveiled NATIONAL PLAN OF TERRITORIES INTELLIGENT, which is part of the digital strategy for Intelligent Spain and it is aligned with the described context and target of the Smart City.

What is a Smart Territory?

The term intelligent territory comes after the peculiarity of our cities and our environment, since the city must be treated as an entity whose boundaries go beyond proper limits. All this is because our cities are included in a much larger area connected to other nearby municipalities.

Another new feature included in this National Plan is the integration of strategy in our rural areas, with the approach of developing a policy named SMART VILLAGES. And it is that 82.8% of the Spanish municipalities are rural and they occupy 72.8% of the total area of the country.

What role does Letter Engineers in the development of Intelligent Territories?

Since the beginning in 2013, LETTER INGENIEROS has opted for technological innovation as an intelligent solution in the energy management of a city or town.

Our team is not only made up of engineers and environmentalists who are experts in energy efficiency, but also supported by the management platforms developed by our Innovation and Development department, composed of computer engineers and experts in the development of applications.

This is the case, for example, of the EFILUX intelligent management platform, which allows the visualization and search of lighting inventory as well as energy management and maintenance.

This platform has been developed with the latest technology to work quickly and efficiently, with a simple, intuitive and clean interface. It also allows to visulise absolutely all the characteristics of any point of light, control center or part of the installation as well as to manage the electronic invoices and to locate disagreements.

Being a management platform of own development allows us to adapt it to the needs of each customer, being functional for another type of management, such as: EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF IRRIGATION OF PARKS AND GARDENS, among other functions.

The proposed Telemanagement and Energy Efficiency system will allow a complete management of the maintenance from the control center as well as from the work posts of the maintenance staff, both in their facilities and on the street.

Letter Ingenieros is committed to the smart development of our cities and rural environments as the only solution to sustainable development.


Aug

17

2018
Vehículos Eléctricos en punto de Recarga

Experts in Exterior Electricity Projects – Recharge Points

One of the great challenges of this society is to achieve the change of the current energy model for another more sustainable, more efficient, more environmentally friendly and, of course, to ensure an improved social and economic world

That is why, and the unsustainability of the current energy model based on the consumption of fossil fuels that has so many harmful effects for all of us (when I say of harmful,  I not only am referring to climate change), that the Electric Vehicle is being introduced in society as a GREAT alternative to our system of public and private mobility.

While it is true, we still have many who have doubts and especially when we think: where do I plug it if I go on a trip? … since, in many territories, there is not yet a recharge network that gives us peace of mind when we move our electric vehicle. To do this, there are a number of existing aid to carry out investments in charging equipment for electric vehicles.

Aids to encourage the use of the Electric Vehicle

In Andalusia, within the Intelligent Networks area of the Program for the Sustainable Energy Development of Andalusia we find very interesting incentive lines that have the following aims:

PROMOTE THE TRANSFORMATION OF OUR COUNTRY TOWARDS A SMART CITY MODEL, THROUGH A SUSTAINABLE ENERGY DEVELOPMENT THAT IS RESPECTFUL TO THE ENVIRONMENT

With this aid: what is encouraged?

The purpose of this line of aid is the development of infrastructures that facilitate the use of electricity, or the use of gas or hydrogen in the transport of people or goods, with actions such as:

CHARGING FACILITIES FOR SINGLE USE

RECHARGE FACILITIES PUBLICLY AVAILABLE

O RECHARGE ADVANCED FACILITIES

and for municipalities with fewer than 20.000 habitants, the percentage of aid can reach up to 70% of the fundable costs.

How can Letter Engineers help you?

Letter Engineers experts in efficient energy management systems, has a technical office formed by experts from various branches of engineering and environment, who are responsible for advising our clients and potential clients on fundable projects, such as those related to the Electric Vehicle

In addition, in our engineering department LETTER ING we have experts electrical engineers in ELECTRICITY OUTSIDE and relaxed experience in technical assistance for project development, preliminary and tender documents, design and project development, licensing, environmental impact studies and management of projects of this type.

Do not hesitate and contact our experts, a sustainable future is possible if we all take part.


Aug

10

2018
Estación de recarga TESLA de vehículos eléctricos.

The electric vehicle, how does it work?

Because of the major environmental problems, congestion in cities, their high levels of pollution, and the new energy framework of Spain, the electric vehicle is taking a special role in our daily conversations.

How does an electric car work?

From Letter Engineers, we will try to explain in a clear and simple way how an electric car works. For this, we will focus on its two fundamental parts: the electric motor and the battery.

Basic concepts

The first thing we have to understand is the concept of current as well as the two types of current that we have, continuous (DC) and alternate (AC). The current is basically the flow of electrons through a conductive medium such as a cable. Depending on the amount of flow we have more or less amperes (A), which is how the intensity or electric current is measured. For the electrons to move, a potential differential (Volts) is necessary, just as a river needs a height difference for the water to run.

If the flow of electrons is more or less constant and in one direction, from one pole to another, we are talking about direct current. On the other hand, if the flow changes every certain time (cycle), we will have alternating current. In Spain these cycles are 50 Hz, meaning the direction changes 50 times per second.

Normally we will use direct current for small electronic devices to about 24V. We use the alternating current for more voltage, for example at home we get 230V in single phase (one phase) and 400V if we had a supply in three phase (three phases). We use alternating current because unlike the continuous one it can be increased or decreased its voltage easily in transformers. If we want to move electrical energy at a great distance we will increase its voltage at the cost of decreasing its intensity so that we will have less losses (Ohm’s Law). The great advantage of direct current is that we can store it, chemically, for example in a battery, then we will see how. This is how our mobile works.

The device that converts alternating current into continuous is called a power supply, while the device that converts the continuous current into alternating current is called an inverter.

The product of the current (A) by the voltage (V) gives us the power that is measured in Watts (W); Well, this is not entirely true, but we can do for now. Do not confuse the power in W with the energy that is measured in Wh. Energy is the product of power by time.

We have summarized the most to make it clear and simple, however, if you have questions on these concepts you can contact us so that we expand these fundamentals.

Traction Battery

It is one of the most important parts of an electric car. Not to be confused with the service battery that is 12 or 24V we currently have and that feeds the lights, radio, etc.

The traction battery is a set of cells that store continuous electrical energy in a chemical way. Electric power is obtained from an external plug (at home or on public roads where we already know that it is alternating energy), but the battery has to arrive in continuous mode so we use a power source (known as a charger).

The BMS monitors the loading and unloading status of each cell, let’s say it is the one that controls the battery. It is very useful to manage, for example, fast loading. Here what we do is take each cell up to 80-90% of its capacity leaving the rest free. In a battery which is the longest completely filled cell and fast charging it makes use of this topic.

Electric motor vs combustion

Due to Nikola Tesla in 1893, today we have AC motors, a simple way to convert electrical energy into mechanical. Due to mechanical energy we can move the wheels of a car passing previously by the transmission shaft.

An electric motor is nothing more than an enclosure where you have a stator (fixed part) and a rotor (moving part). Depending on the engine type we have some magnets which have a power to create a electromagnetic fields that move the rotor. The good thing about this is that investing in the engine cycle can act as a generator and spend mechanical energy into electricity. This is used to store energy in the battery taking advantage of braking and lowering.

Most electric cars are powered by a three-phase AC motor. From the battery, where we know that we have continuous power, we need an inverter to pass it to AC. Depending on the energy that passes through the engine we have more or less revolutions (RPM) and therefore power. Out of curiosity comment that we can reach 15,000 or 20,000 RPM. The maximum power in an electric is obtained from the initial moment since we have the maximum torque.

A combustion engine (those of a lifetime) instead of electricity works by combustion of a fuel (gasoline, diesel, gas …) in an explosion-compression engine in pistons. The main problem is that as a byproduct of the reaction, gases are generated that, depending on the fuel, are more or less polluting.

An electric motor is much smaller than a combustion engine and with many fewer parts. We also have much less friction parts and therefore less maintenance. The power curve in an electric motor is linear and we have all the power available at the start, however, in combustion we have little power at low revolutions. This causes that in an electric we do not need a gearbox.

Electric car charging point


Jul

20

2018
Nuevo Panorama Energético Español

Energy Transition in Spain. We explain it to you

“The most difficult thing is to leave from a model where there is a series of investments and positions created, towards another much more plural, diverse and positive energy model”

“It’s time for sustainable development” words of Teresa Rivera, Minister of Energy and Environment.

For any citizen is becoming common to hear talk about “decarbonisation of energy”. Mainly we need energy for the buildings and for the transport leaving aside other uses such as the industrial one. We are going to focus on analyzing what is happening in these two sectors with the energy transition that we are already experiencing.

To understand the concept of decarbonisation we have to comprehend which the energy we need is obtained from fossil fuels (coal and gas in combined cycles), nuclear or renewable energy plants. According to the recent report by Spanish Red Electrica (REE) electricity demand in 2017 was supplied as follows:

The new Government, with Minister Teresa Ribero at the head, has already indicated its intention to finish in less than 10 years (2028) with the coal and nuclear power plants. We quickly realize that we will need 38.1% of the 252 TWh of current annual demand. We can already get an idea of the potential that renewables have in this transition.

On the other hand we have the issue of CO2 emissions. We all know which the nuclear ones do not have emissions and they contribute to reduce the global compute. This year we have increased our emissions by 5% and is expected to continue being done in the coming years. Therefore it is very important which everything is done very well analyzed as it is also expected that the ton of CO2 will pass in a few years to cost € 30 to € 100. Yes, you listened well, we paid for the emissions. We even pay for nuclear waste, in this case € 75,000 / year to France.

According to the International Labour Organization, throughout this transition process will be created four posts jobs for every one destroyed. The sectors with more opportunities: renewable in buildings, sustainable mobility with electricity and gas, energy management active and intelligent of smartcity. Among them are synergies as the exchange of energy between cars, urban equipment and buildings, all aimed to build cities of the future in which the citizen owns his energy, produce and consume.


Jul

13

2018
Nuevo código de la Edificación, 2018

El nuevo CTE 2018, hacia el consumo “poco” nulo

Como sabéis hace unos días el Ministerio sacó a audiencia pública el nuevo texto del Código Técnico de la Edificación más conocido como CTE. Ya se han manifestado diferentes voces y ahora es el turno que demos nuestra opinión desde Letter Ingenieros.

CTE 2018

Hace un año hacíamos nuestro propio análisis, puedes verlo aquí (http://letteringenieros.es/los-5-anos-revisar-cte-se-acaban/). Básicamente se mantiene gran parte del análisis en este borrador. Lo primero que llama la atención es el nombre que le han dado a la HE1, cambian la palabra “limitación” por “control”. Esto ya adelanta que ahora lo que se limita es el consumo, un error desde mi punto de vista y que dista mucho de lo que quiere Europa: primero limitamos demanda al máximo (15 kWh/m2 como dice Passivhaus sea demasiado… vale), y después esa poca energía la combatimos con renovables. Para nada este CTE va en esa línea, lo dicho un gran error y una gran oportunidad perdida.

Se introducen en la HE1 dos conceptos nuevos. El control solar es un avance, pero poner ahora un coeficiente global de pérdidas Kg me recuerda a la normativa del año 1979. Me parece que no se puede asegurar la limitación de la demanda porque no considera ni la orientación ni el % de huecos ni la estanquidad del edificio … esto más que un avance me parece ir para atrás.

Analicemos otros aspectos importantes. En cuanto a quien aplica, se ha mejorado el tema de rehabilitaciones para que no se sigan haciendo tantas trampas, pero el cambio de uso debería asimilarse a edificación nueva. El tema de renovables ahora se abre a otras tecnologías en la HE4 y HE5 sin citar que tiene que ser con energía solar.

Hay un tema que no termino de entender: En las condiciones de uso de un edificio  sabemos que necesitamos menos calefacción cuando tenemos mayor carga interna.  Sin embargo el nuevo CTE nos permite consumir más a medida que estas cargas pasan de bajas/medias/altas. La verdad que esto de las cargas puede dar lugar a mucho trampeo y deberían dejarlo mejor definido. Lo mismo ocurre con los valore límite de U, me da la sensación que en algunas zonas climáticas son menos restrictivos que en la anterior versión de 2013.

Un tema clave en el estándar alemán Passivhaus es la hermeticidad del edificio. Hemos dicho muchas veces que es necesario en el CTE se exija el ensayo de forma obligatoria y que este valor no se deje en el aire. Al menos que se le de más importancia. Desde la Plataforma Española de Passivhaus valoran la modificación como un importante avance, pero echan en falta una limitación temporal en el cumplimiento de los objetivos y unas pautas a seguir.

No quiero concluir tan negativo ya que hay aspectos positivos que ya iremos desgranando, pero hoy me he querido centrar en cosas que no comparto y que esperemos que con las alegaciones se mejoren.

Y vosotros,  ¿que opináis? En Letter Ingenieros queremos conocer tú opinión. 


May

08

2018
Letter Ingenieros te mostramos los programas de ayudas Vigentes

Gestionamos tú ayuda para la Eficiencia Energética

Programas de ayudas para proyectos energéticos

Los compromisos ambientales adquiridos, sumado al alza que viven los precios de la electricidad y resto de combustibles energéticos, hacen que la Eficiencia Energética sea un interés de las políticas públicas y se convierta en el mejor aliado para aumentar la rentabilidad de nuestro sistema de producción, de ahí los Programas de Ayudas. 

Para ello, y con el fin de que nos sea más fácil adoptar Estrategias de Eficiencia Energética en nuestra base empresarial, existen convocatorias de ayudas, estatales y autonómicas, que nos facilitan la adopción de medidas de éste tipo.

Desde el departamento técnico de Letter ingenieros, te informamos que en la actualidad existen las siguientes programas de ayudas, con convocatorias abiertas: 

 

Murcia

Si eres una Pyme afincada en la Región de Murcia puedes solicitar tú ayuda hasta el 16 de mayo.

En esta convocatoria, son actuaciones elegibles las realizadas por las empresas, en sus instalaciones radicadas en la región, en el ámbito del Programa Operativo FEDER 2014/2020 para la Región de Murcia, correspondientes a los Objetivos Específicos OE.4.2.1 “Avanzar en la evaluación y mejora de la eficiencia energética de las empresas, en particular las PYME”

Las actuaciones elegibles para este Objetivo, y los aspectos relevantes de las cuantías de las ayudas son:

Realización de Auditorias Energéticas

Renovación de equipos e instalaciones.

Mejora de la eficiencia energética de los procesos productivos.

Generación y autoconsumo de energía final.

 

La Rioja

El plazo de solicitud del Programa de ayudas para la Rija está abierto hasta el 30 de junio. 

Son actuaciones elegibles aquellas que consigan una reducción de las emisiones de CO2 y del consumo de energía final, mediante la mejora de la eficiencia energética, en cualquiera de las dos tipologías siguientes:

  1. Mejora de la tecnología en equipos y procesos industriales.
  2. Implantación de sistemas de gestión energética.

Considerando costes elegibles: 

La elaboración de proyectos técnicos relacionados con las actuaciones. 

 

País Vasco

Podrán solicitar las ayudas las pymes del País Vasco, hasta el 14 de septiembre.

Son Actuaciones Elegibles, Renovación de elementos auxiliares y mejoras en instalaciones de procesos industriales, Renovación de instalaciones energéticas en edificios de oficinas de plantas industriales existentes, Nuevas instalaciones de cogeneración, Auditorías energéticas integrales de eficiencia energética e implementación de sistemas de gestión energética basados en la norma UNE-EN-ISO 50001.

Para ampliar la información y la gestión de tu proyecto energético, contacta con el equipo de Letter Ingenieros, puedes escribirnos en el Blog o  enviarnos un correo electrónico , como tú prefieras. 


May

04

2018
Gestión Inteligente del Alumbrado Público – GreenCities

Gestión Inteligente del Alumbrado Público – GreenCities

Letter Ingenieros presentes en Greencities Málaga, un encuentro para todos los agentes implicados en la construcción de ciudades inteligentes. 

Greencities

Un año más, Letter Ingenieros ha estado presente en el foro Greencities, donde instituciones públicas y organizaciones privadas  hablan sobre las ciudades del futuro.

Stand Letter Ingenieros

Sostenibilidad, Accesibilidad, Movilidad, Conectividad, son los retos que se pretenden alcanzar cuando hablamos de ciudades inteligentes, puesto que la sociedad y nuestro planeta necesitan entornos que ofrezcan a la ciudadanía, un ambiente integrado, menos contaminado, cercano a la sociedad, eficiente, capaz de consumir menos recursos y generar menos residuos.

Pero ¿Qué es una Ciudad inteligente o Smart City?

Una ciudad inteligente se define como aquella que apuesta por mejorar la vida de sus habitantes y, a la vez, apuesta por la sostenibilidad, utilizando herramientas que permitan responder a los problemas y prestar mejores servicios públicos.

Por otro lado, el Libro Blanco Smart Cities indica que “el propósito final de una Smart City es alcanzar una gestión eficiente en todas las áreas de la ciudad (urbanismo, infraestructuras, transporte, servicios, educación, sanidad, seguridad pública, energía, etcétera), satisfaciendo a la vez las necesidades de la urbe y de sus ciudadanos”. 

Letter Ingenieros, clave de innovación en la gestión Eficiente del Alumbrado Público

Desde el Inicio, Letter Ingenieros se posiciona como una ingeniera experta en la gestión eficiente del alumbrado Público de una ciudad, no solo aportamos soluciones eficientes y de alta calidad para el alumbrado público de una ciudad, sino que aportamos soluciones de Gestión innovadora e integrada.

Gracias a nuestro departamento de innovación Tecnológica, nuestro  equipo de ingenieros informáticos,  han desarrollado una  plataforma de gestión inteligente que integra la gestión eficiente del Alumbrado público con otros servicios de la ciudad, como puede ser el Riego, la movilidad en bicicletas públicas o el estado de un punto de recarga. 

Una plataforma hecha a medida para las necesidades de cualquier ciudad. 

Para más información escríbenos a info@letteringenieros.es


Apr

09

2018
Certificados CMVP, CEM y Passivhaus. Mi experiencia

Certificados CMVP, CEM y Passivhaus. Mi experiencia

En este post, desde el punto de vista de opinión, vamos a repasar tres de los más importantes certificados internacionales que ha día de hoy tenemos a nuestra disposición los que queremos especializarnos en eficiencia energética

CMVP es el certificado del mundo EVO, que es la organización que desarrolla un procedimiento para la medida y verificación de ahorros energéticos.

CEM son las iniciales inglesas de Certificado Gestor Energético. Tanto CMVP como CEM pertenecen a la AAE (Asociación de Ingenieros Energéticos) que tiene sede en EEUU.

En mi caso obtuve el CMVP en 2011, mientras que, actualmente, me encuentro en proceso para obtener el CEM, puesto que me examino el próximo 2 de junio en Barcelona. Por tanto hay cosas que hasta que no las termine no las puedo valorar, pero por ahora ya tengo una idea clara de por dónde se mueve…

Por último, el certificado Designer Passivhaus (titulo que obtuve en 2017) tiene un enfoque totalmente orientado al diseño y evaluación de edificios de consumo casi nulo. Passivhaus es una organización que surgió hace unos 30 años en Alemania y que ya se ha extendido a todo el mundo.

Hablemos de ¿cómo conseguir los certificados? En los tres casos tienes que pasar por un curso de formación y además pagar derechos de examen. En mi caso EVO fue más caro porque eran los inicios, pero hoy en día todos los cursos rondan los 1.800€ más unos 200€ de tasas de examen. Otro tema común a todos ellos es que hay una puntuación mínima bastante alta para aprobar (7 sobre 10) y además en los tres casos puedes tener los libros durante las 4 horas que dura el examen.

Ahora vamos a centrarnos en los contenidos y su utilidad en el trabajo. La duración del curso en Passivhaus es de unas 90 horas, mientras que en los dos restantes se reduce a la mitad más o menos. Desde mi punto de vista los dos primeros tienen un enfoque más orientado a ofrecer servicios exclusivos que sin el titulo no puedes hacer, mientras que Passivhaus te ofrece los fundamentos teóricos en los que se basa la energética edificatoria. Ten en cuenta que este último está desarrollado por físicos mientras que la AAE dispone de ingenieros, así que cada uno tiene su enfoque: fundamentos técnicos VS fundamentos prácticos.

En los últimos tiempos, las administraciones públicas están solicitando este tipo de certificados para poder optar a concursos públicos. Debido a ello las matriculaciones en estos cursos está aumentando en gran medida. No olvidemos que en torno a los certificados gira un gran negocio y que no acaba ahí la cos, pues en los tres casos tenemos que re-certifcarnos cada tres años.

Hoy en día la especialización es algo vital para que una empresa sobreviva. En Letter Ingenieros estamos comprometidos por conocer bien el mercado y por la formación de calidad, así que consideramos que certificarse en muy útil para diferenciarse de la competencia. 

Para terminar te contaré lo que yo haría si tuviera que elegir uno de ellos para comenzar mi especialización en energía. Si te dedicas a la eficiencia pero fuera del ámbito de los edificios huye del Passivhaus pues no tiene sentido. Estoy hablando de aquellos que trabajan en alumbrado público o industria. En este caso yo optaría por el CEM y hacer EVO como complemento o si vas a implantar medidas de ahorro. En el resto de casos, creo que elegir Passivhaus te va a dar un extra de conocimientos teóricos que ningún otro te puede ofrecer. Además de cara a la nueva normativa que ya llega, pienso que es el certificado con más recorrido que tendremos en España. Espero que te haya gustado, si tienes cualquier duda podemos hablarlo en los comentarios, en privado o en las redes sociales de Letter



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