A new G.I.S.I. initiative in favour of energy requalification

Energy is one of the most precious assets. Optimising its use in industry means helping to save the planet, especially for future generations, but it also means reducing a company’s operating costs. The energy requalification in the industrial field consists in the realization of all those interventions which allow an improvement in terms of quality and efficiency of processes, such as the improvement of regulations, the efficiency of heat exchange, the requalification of generators and the recovery of dispersed energy.
As we know, the expenses incurred for interventions aimed at saving and requalifying energy, carried out on buildings belonging to any category, that is, residential and instrumental, benefit from a tax deduction which implies a tax saving.
More specifically, the 2020 Budget Law (Law no. 160 dated December 27th, 2019) extended to 31 December 2020, to the extent in force in 2019, the tax deduction from personal and corporate income tax for the energy upgrading of existing buildings, whether they are private or instrumental. The deductions are intended to encourage both the recovery of the building stock and the energy requalification of buildings.
The 2020 Ecobonus extends tax benefits also to instrumental buildings used for business or professional activities. Even for the current year, therefore, companies will be able to invest in systems to improve the energy efficiency of existing buildings.
In order to help associated companies to implement the most appropriate interventions, G.I.S.I. has set up a new Energy Efficiency Committee which also includes experts in the field, competent both in the purchase of energy (gas, electricity) and in the identification of structural interventions. A clear response to one of the most important emergencies and a strategy to reduce costs.