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Energy Audit

Energy Audit
Energy Audit
Product Code : 07
Product Description

Backed by our rich industry experience, we are engaged in offering Energy Audit services to our clients. These services are rendered by our adroit professionals who possess enormous experience in their respective domain and well versed with all the latest technological advancements. Offered services are highly demanded in various industries for minimizing the energy cost. Our professionals posses vast experience in this domain and provide these services as per their exact needs. Highly appreciated for their hassle-free management, reliability, timely execution and cost effectiveness, the offered Energy Audit services are available at market leading prices.


  1. Identify fast-payback retrofit oppoutunities

  2. Make well-informed decisionson capital investments in your buildings

  3. Identify low-cost O&M measures that have an immediate impact

  4. Develop integrated capital improvement programs that coordinate energy programs with other planned improvements



Advantages: Advantages of the walk-through energy audit include faster results and lower cost. EMO's can be implement faster. Duringthe walk-through audit if the auditor uncovers EMP(Energy Management Opportunities) that could benifit from a comprehensive audit, the auditor may well recomment a more sophisticated-audit for a specific part of a system or process.

Disadvantages: Not as sophisticated as a comprehensive energy audit, less data collected and analysed.


Advantages: The standard energy audit is more detailed that the walk-through audit, more data is collected and anlysed. Being more through less likely to over look more complex EMO's

Disadvantages: The standard energy audit takes the auditor more time, data loggers are used to collect additional data. Therefore the is more expensive than the walkthrough audit. Often time comsuming data colection is far to too exhaustive to add value.


Advantages: A very comprehensive energy assessment of the facility and its energy foot print, no stone is left unturned in the search for EMO's (Energy Management Opportunities). Suitable for capital intesive investment programmes.

Disadvantages: Very detailed, but time consuming. The detailed energy modelling and analysis requires many man hours. Time to market opportunities may be lost.



  1. Reduce costs  Reduce energy costs via a structured approach to identifying, measuring and managing your energy consumption.

  2. Improve business proformance  Drive greater productivity by identifying technical point solutions and affecting behavioural changes to reduce energy consumption.

  3. Engage top management Position energy management in the boardroom as a key business issue.

  4. Comply with legislation Meet current of future mandatory energy efficiency targets and / or the requirements of GHG emission reduction legistration.

  5. Reduce your GHG emissions  Meet stakeholder expectations or obligations now and in the future.

  6. Formalise energy policy and objectives  Create respect for the energy management policy and embed energy efficient thinking in your organisation.

  7. Integrate your management systems Align your EnMS with existing management systems for incremental benefit.

  8. Secure energy supply  Understand your energy risk exposure and identify areas of the organization at greatest risk.

  9. Drive innovation  Develop opportunites for new products and services in the low-carbon economy of the future.

  10. Flexible and scalable  Applicable to any organisation, large or small and from any industry.



In addition to saving energy and reducing utility expenses, there are additional and often unreported benefits from conserving energy. These non-utility benefits contribute valve worth an additional 18 to 50 percent of the energy savings. Non-utility benefits can be expressed many ways, but generally fall into the following four quantitiable categories:

  1. Entended equipment life,

  2. Reduced maintenance costs,

  3. Reduced risk to energy supply price spikers,

  4. The ability to sell carbon credits.

  5. Enhanced public image &

  6. Reduced risk to environmental / legal costs.