Improving energy efficiency plays a central role in the national energy policy – a policy which is also promoted by Adrem Link. Law 121/2014 regulates the methods by which certain categories of consumers must observe this national objective.

The categories of consumers defined by the law are:

  • commercial companies with a consumption exceeding 1000 toe (tones of oil equivalent)
  • local public administration authorities (localities with more than 20,000 inhabitants)
  • commercial units with a fleet of over 25 vehicles

These consumers are under the following obligations:

  • to put together programs to improve energy efficiency
  • to appoint an energy manager (internal or external contractor) certified by ANRE
  • to conduct an energy audit drafted by an ANRE-authorized institution every 4 years (compulsory only for consumptions exceeding 1000 toe)


Adrem Link helps meet the legal requirements through its energy manager services, both for localities and for the industry, which include services such as:

  • organizing, conducting and managing energy processes
  • proposing the energy efficiency plan
  • ensuring an interface between the institution and the National Energy Regulator (ANRE)

As an interface between your institution and ANRE, Adrem Link’s energy managers provide the following services:

  • They validate and manage the flow of documents for the purpose of reporting to ANRE
  • They help fill out the Energy consumption statement and the Energy analysis questionnaire, which must be submitted yearly, until the 30th of April
  • They develop and update the Program for the Improvement of Energy Efficiency and submit it to ANRE yearly, until the 30th of September


Aside from providing compliance with the legal obligations, the Energy Manager service provided by Adrem Link gives you a series of competitive advantages, such as:

Improvement of energy efficiency and performance

  1. Reduction of energy consumption
  2. Optimal energy management

Improvement of the organizational processes

  1. Support and interface in relation to ANRE
  2. Enhancement of the commitment to energy issues

Improvement of technological processes

  1. Increase of the energy efficiency of the plants
  2. Increase of productivity on the production lines

Environmental protection

  1. Monitoring of pollutant emissions