The CTCV provides consulting services in the area of energy, being qualified as a Level 2 Energy Services Company (ESCO) by the DGEG, according to Dec. Law No. 29/2011. With almost 30 years of experience and a vast portfolio of Services provided to companies, the CTCV and its Auditors / consultants are recognized by the DGEG under the SGCIE - Energy Consumption Management System and Cogeneration and provides Audit Services And Consulting to support the implementation of short, medium or long term measures, with the objective of creating energy rationalization plans (PREN) to improve energy efficiency.


The permanent development of new products / services, methods and processes, together with the experience and technical know-how in the areas of energy, sustainability and habitat, has enabled the CTCV to expand its area of activity, with the creation of the Laboratory Energy Services (LSE).


The LSE is a state-of-the-art laboratory accredited by IPAC (L0676) to carry out the tests on Thermal Solar Systems according to EN ISO 9806 and EN 12975-1 with a view to its certification, being recognized by CERTIF and DIN CERTCO / TUV Rheinland and integrated in the the Keymark Solar Group, which congregates certification bodies, as well as the globally recognized laboratories.


- Energy Diagnostics
- Audits and Energy Certification
- Power Management Systems
- Energy consumption monitoring system
- Technical and economic studies of Energy and Renewable Energies
- Support for applications for Energy Savings Projects

Thermal Solar Collector Tests

Internal pressure test
Resistance test at high temperature
Exposure and pre-exposure testing
Internal termal shock test
External thermal shock test
Rain penetration test
Resistance to freezing test
Mechanical load test
Thermal performance test
Impact resistance test


Artur Serrano
T. +351 239499200 | Tm. +351 966490462

CTCV solar : nano
iParque - Lote 7
3040-540 ANTANHOL | Portugal
(GPS) 40º10'46,72N - 8º28'9,65W








* Entity and technicians recognized by the DGEG under the SGCIE and Cogeneration