WHO WE ARE?
We are your one-stop shop to adopt renewable energy and lessen your fossil fuel reliance, reduce your carbon footprint, lessen your grid dependence, increase your energy independence, lower your life-cycle energy costs, restructure your energy finances, or to simply increase and improve your energy supply.
Reenergia-Enhar is an energy consulting and services company based in Pakistan, and the sole partner of Enhar, Australia in Pakistan. With our combined experience, we apply principles of environmental sustainability, sound science & engineering, as well as profitability, social acceptability and regulatory compliance, to assist our clients to bring RE projects from concept to reality. We provide services in the following areas.
- Design, supervision, nurturing and M&EE
- Standards, Testing and Quality Control
- Renewable Energy application assessments
- Energy Audits
- Renewable Energy Analytics
- Energy Efficiency Services
- Research Collaborations with Academia
- Energy Policy Research (scope: national to communal)
- Closing the “Energy Access Gap”
- Renewable Energy Logistics
Our partners, Enhar, are sustainable energy consultants in Melbourne with services encompassing renewable energy, energy auditing and sustainability grant funding assistance. Enhar’s services are designed to support client organizations who are committed to improving energy efficiency, reducing running costs and improving productivity and work environments. Their team has extensive experience of working with businesses to implement energy efficiency, through energy audits, grant scheme applications (e.g. CTIP and SRSB, Australia) and verification of energy savings. Their experience is at the ‘coal face’ of assisting individual organizations to improve energy efficiency through changes to hardware, software and behavior. They have worked with Schools, manufacturers and local government to identify energy saving opportunities, create business cases for upgrades and improvements, and measure the savings. Enhar understands the success factors for effective energy efficiency projects to make them meaningful to real organizations facing real pressures. They understand the commercial context in which Australian organizations make their energy and productivity-related decisions, and are helping us to implement the same in Pakistan as well.