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Detailed Energy Audit

Energy Audit is defined as “the verification, monitoring and analysis of the use of energy including submission of technical report containing recommendations for improving energy efficiency with cost-benefit analysis and an action plan to reduce energy consumption”.

We carry out an energy audit to establish and quantify the cost of the various energy‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌‌ inputs and consumption flows within an organization over a given period.

The primary objectives of an energy audit are to identify and evaluate opportunities to reduce energy consumption per unit of product output and reduce operating costs through energy conservation and planning. An energy audit provides a “bench-mark” for managing energy in the organization and also provides the basis for planning more effective use of energy throughout the organization. We carry out Preliminary Audit,/Detailed Audit, Investment-Grade Energy Audit, Baseline Energy Audit.

Detailed energy audit includes a complete description of the facility, including an equipment inventory, an energy balance, detailed energy savings and costs associated with each low-cost and not-cost measure, financial analysis of each recommended measure, identification and rough estimates of capital project costs and savings. Energy savings and economic feasibility are determined as accurately as possible. The reports contain more detailed descriptions of the measures.

The portable instruments, trend logs and data loggers are used in detailed energy audits for assessing the current performance accurately.The scope of an energy audit includes an examination of the following areas:

  • Energy generation/conversions equipment like boilers, furnaces, Heaters, pumps, fans, compressors, transformers etc.
  • Energy distribution network of electricity, water, steam, condensate, compressed air etc.
  • Energy utilisation efficiency of all equipment and buildings.
  • Efficient planning, operation, maintenance and housekeeping
  • Management aspects of design and operating data collection, field measurements, data analysis, and training

We conduct a detailed audit in three phase’s namely Pre-audit, Detailed Audit and post-audit as per BEE’s 10 step methodology for effective results

The Results

Immediate savings through no-cost recommendations
The expected reduction in utility costs from 10-30%
Long-term roadmap for ongoing utility savings
Compliance with benchmarking and regulatory/mandatory laws
Preliminary Visit
We undertake a preliminary visit to your organisation for assessment and understanding your requirement with respect to audit and training. On hearing from you, our consultant will visit your plant for the detail discussion.

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