The Energy Access, Efficiency and Demand area (DAEE) of the National Energy Directorate (DNE), within MIEM, offers Energy Efficiency Certificates (CEE) that allow obtaining a monetary income for the implemented measures.
With this instrument, the DNE seeks to reward the implementation of energy efficiency measures in companies and institutions, including their fleets and different modes of transport. The replacement of fossil fuel vehicles with electric vehicles is considered an energy efficiency measure as long as it allows the same service.
Measures with at least one year of operation can be applied by submitting a report of compliance with the results by an Energy Savings Certifying Agent registered with the Ministry of Industry, Energy and Mining (MIEM). A monetary recognition is obtained for the energy savings that will occur in the useful life of the measure.
In addition, every year the DNE carries out the National Energy Efficiency Award, where the mobility category has been incorporated since 2020.
Learn more about the Energy Efficiency Certificates and the Energy Efficiency Award.