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What is Energy Audit?

An Energy Audit, or Review, is an investigation of all facets of an organisation’s historical and current energy use with the objective of identifying and quantifying areas of energy wastage within the organisation’s activities. It is best carried out by an Accredited Energy Masters Auditor. An Energy Audit establishes the baseline for any improvements in an organisation’s energy use. It provides a comprehensive and systematic method for targeting cost effective efficiency gains. There are many examples where clients have been able to make savings without requiring any significant capital investment.
 
An Auditor should work with their clients to ensure those savings are achieved and sustained in the long term. The objective is to have all identified improvement projects “payout” within two to four years, equivalent to a return on investment of between 25 – 50%. Anybody receiving an accredited Energy Audit should expect to receive recommendations for savings between 5 – 15% as a typical starting point.
 
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Outcomes

  1. A comprehensive report of energy consumption profile
  2. Understand how the energy (and cost) is being spent via load apportioning
  3. Provide feasible technical solution with different investment category

Your Concerns

  1. Rising electricity and energy bill
  2. Lack of information on the energy consumption breakdown for your organisation
  3. Not sure what are the most feasible energy saving options for your plants

Our Approach

  1. Walkthrough audit to identify the low-hanging fruits
  2. Site audit for data collection (data logging, inventory checking)
  3. Conduct interview to access the awareness level of staffs on energy efficiency
  4. Use proprietary tool for data analysis and identify the improvement options
  5. Reporting the results

Our Deliverables

  1. A comprehensive report to visualise the energy consumption profile for your company
  2. Understand how the energy (and cost) is being spent via load apportioning
  3. Provide you a set of feasible technical solution with different investment category