EXERGIA successfully completed a study, conformed to the Joint Ministerial Decision 1915/26-01-2018 (Government Gazette 304B/02-02-2018) in compliance with the Directive 2014/52/EU, which relates to the expected environmental impacts resulting from the project vulnerability to the risks of serious accidents or natural disasters related to this project on behalf of a private client. The report consisted of a sensitivity, exposure and, then, a vulnerability assessment in order to identify the potential impacts of the project to the environment. Finally, a risk assessment conducted, taking also into account the safety study and the dangerous substances that could potentially be involved in an accident, as well as the monitoring, prevention, control and mitigation measures of a potential accident or natural disaster.
EXERGIA supports the first integrated national energy and climate progress reporting under the Governance Regulation
Aware of the importance to have information of quality to monitor climate policy, EXERGIA is glad to announce its...