If you Can’t measure it You can’t improve it

Energy Audit Benefits

An energy audit report typically contains a description of the building’s existing energy consuming equipment, an energy balance and most importantly, a presentation of feasible energy conservation measures (ECMs). Each of these measures are developed so that the report includes :

  • A description of the existing conditions
  • A description of the proposed ECM
  • Expected annual savings associated with the ECM
  • Expected cost to implement the ECM
  • Simple payback and/or other financial measures, such as return on investment or life cycle savings.

Some of the ECMs identified in the audit will take decades to pay for themselves, while others will start paying for themselves within months. Once you have the audit in hand, you can make good decisions as to where to invest your energy efficiency money.

Energy Saving Solutions – EnMS ISO 50001

Win the Energy challenge with ISO 50001

ISO 50001:2011, Energy management systems – Requirements with guidance for use, is a voluntary International Standard developed by ISO (International Organization for Standardization). ISO 50001 gives organizations the requirements for energy management systems (EnMS).

Cogeneration System –
Combined Heat Power (CHP)

Connect hot water supply and return flange to load or to absorption chiller
Connect Fuel Flange (NG, LPG, diesel, Biogases, etc.)
Connect electric power cables