Climate change and global warming, as well as the realization that mankind plays a part in these developments, present us with a window of opportunity to reduce the effects of the global climate crisis. We are convinced that there is a need to take action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions through reduced emissions of pollutants and through reducing electricity consumption. With this in mind, we at Vortex do our best to make our own contribution through advancing energy efficiency in Israel.
Scientific consensus indicates the need to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions by over 50% by 2050. It further states that the developed countries must reduce these by 25%-40% as a minimum in order to avert a climatic catastrophe of global proportions.
Above and beyond efficient energy economy management, reducing the use of polluting generating facilities or replacing them with non-polluting alternatives are just the first step toward a more sweeping change. We at Vortex Energy believe we have the power to make a difference and to influence the environment. The Vortex business model saves on customer energy consumption while at the same time also making a substantial contribution toward energy efficiency, which has a direct impact on the environment and on public health.
Our vision is to create a management and optimization system leveraging the information available on the grid to accomplish smart energy efficiency for any energy-consuming structure. Installation cost savings can be accomplished for the consumer through sharing this information, placing it at the disposal of all users, thereby making our contribution toward reduced emissions and a better future for the world.
Vortex Management has decided to improve the quality of its work by implementing the requirements of the international quality management standard – ISO 9001:2015, and the environment standard ISO 14001:2015. As part of the ISO requirements, we have chosen to commit to the implementation of quality management and to improvement in all our activities in Israel.