For some years the group has been working on the development of initiatives aimed at exploiting the benefits deriving from the adoption of advanced technological solutions in safety and energy efficiency applications.
On these initiatives, thanks to structural agreements with important investment funds, the group is able to direct private financial resources to be used in the implementation of structural and technological interventions.
The tool for the use of private finance in projects aimed at public bodies is the formula of PROJECT FINANCING or PPP (Art. 183 D. Lgs. 50/2016)
The G7 International Group is proposing a model in which energy efficiency is combined with raising the quality of site safety, which can be completely customized in response to customer needs and requests.
The approach is based on the use of integrated platforms that allow in a single framework, the monitoring, command and control of distributed technological resources functional to both the management of security and the energy management of the sites. In fact, technology allows a reversal of traditional security management paradigms by moving from a reactive logic to a proactive logic (based on prevention rather than repression) and an optimized and functional use of energy resources for safety purposes. Through the implementation of this model, very significant results can be obtained (risk reduction and increase in control and prevention capacity) which imply a reduction in service operating costs, greater plant functionality and greater usability of structural and infrastructural resources.