Energy Audit

Energy Audit

Due to increasing energy prices, the need to optimize and manage energy consumption across all categories, especially industries with high energy consumption is necessary and saving energy plays a special role in increasing profit and reducing costs.

Energy Audit

In energy audit studies, the type and the amount of energy consumption as well as the mechanism of the energy conversion must be accurately reviewed, so that appropriate methods for energy efficiency can be determined. In these studies, economic burden of all these methods should be analyzed and after considering all the environmental, technical and economic issues, management policies and techniques to improve energy efficiency will be achieved. AS/NZS 3598 standard categorizes the energy audits into three levels:

Level I: Site Assessment or Preliminary Audits identify no-cost and low-cost energy saving opportunities, and a general view of potential capital improvements. Activities include an assessment of energy bills and a brief site inspection of your building.
Level II: Energy Survey and Engineering Analysis Audits identify no-cost and low-cost opportunities, and also provide EEM (Energy Efficiency Measures) recommendations in line with your financial plans and potential capital-intensive energy savings opportunities. Level II audits include an in-depth analysis of energy costs, energy usage and building characteristics and a more refined survey of how energy is used in your building.
Level III: Detailed Analysis of Capital-Intensive Modification Audits (sometimes referred to as an “investment grade” audit) provide solid recommendations and financial analysis for major capital investments. In addition to Level I and Level II activities, Level III audits include monitoring, data collection and engineering analysis.



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