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An Energy audit is a comprehensive review of the energy use of a facility that results in a report regarding ways to reduce energy use through changes to buildings, equipment and procedures. The audit collects detailed information about every use of a particular utility resource, such as electricity and prioritizes strategies to reduce consumption.
Recommended changes may include improving building insulation, improving existing infrastructure efficiency, replacing equipment with more energy-efficient models, implementing sophisticated system controls, changing maintenance procedures, repairing leaks and changing occupant activities. The primary goal is the reduction of operating costs through lower energy use without negatively impacting the facility operations, processes, occupant comfort or safety.
Energy Savers Engineers are AEE ‘Certified Energy Auditors’. Their experience and expertise in conducting Energy Audits across various commercial & Industrial facilities allow for in-depth knowledge of a range of electrical equipment, diligent data gathering with class A analysers and handover of detailed and easy to understand reports for the benefit of Engineers, financial departments and owners alike.
Energy auditing includes a broad spectrum of studies that ranges from a quick walk-through to a comprehensive analysis of all energy consumption.
Energy Savers offer 2 main types of auditing services: –
A preliminary energy audit is an overview of the major energy-consuming processes of a facility to identify only significant inefficiencies. This type of audit is the simplest and quickest type of audit. Generally involving a walkthrough of the facility, review of the major consuming loads, snap shot of the electrical parameters and interviewing the qualified facility personnel in charge of engineering or maintenance.
Energy Savers provide an assessment report based on the data gathered during this walkthrough that includes the data gathered, a simple prioritized list of corrective measures, cost estimates and potential savings with a simple payback analysis.
Typically, only major problems such as significant leaks or inappropriate setpoints are uncovered during this type of audit. However, depending on the situation, this may still be the most cost-effective option.
An investment grade audit is a comprehensive facility energy study that expands on the preliminary energy audit and requires collecting involves developing a dynamic model of energy-use characteristics of a facility. The model is calibrated against actual utility data to ensure that it provides a realistic baseline. Then, the model is used to simulate the results of proposed energy conservation and efficiency measures. This provides the most accurate estimates of potential energy savings, which are then included in the financial analysis report.
Energy Savers are able to guarantee the energy Saving potential for each proposed conservation measures outlined in the Investment Grade energy Audit report.
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