Energy Audits

Energy Audit is the process where energy efficiency experts (auditors) evaluate the energy performance of buildings, premises, industrial processes and vehicles, including the energy efficiency of all equipment, machinery and systems, which are used to support the operations of the audited organization. During the energy audit, energy gaps and inefficiencies are identified and evaluated, specifying possible energy saving solutions and renewable energy solutions which could be implemented. The identified energy improvements measures are assessed technically and financially (cost-benefit analysis) in order to have a reliable assessment regarding the feasibility and viability of each energy saving & renewable energy solution. Based on the feasibility study results, the energy auditors and consultants develop and present their suggestions and recommendations, for improving the energy efficiency of each audited building, industrial process or vehicle. The main objectives of the energy audit are: the energy efficiency improvement, the operational cost savings, the integration of renewables, the air quality and thermal comfort improvement, and the reduction of the greenhouse gas emissions (CO2) of the audited organization.

Energy Audit

In more details, the energy audit includes mainly the following:

  • On-site energy inspection of the buildings, premises, equipment, systems, industrial processes and vehicles
  • Energy efficiency assessment of the audited facilities
  • Identify the energy gaps, inefficiencies and losses
  • Specify the possible energy saving and renewable energy solutions which could be implemented
  • Technical evaluation of the energy saving and renewable solutions identified
  • Financial analysis and evaluation of the energy saving and renewable solutions identified
  • Environmental analysis and calculation of the avoided greenhouse gas emissions
  • Energy audit report including energy efficiency suggestions and recommendations