The objective of Energy Audit is to understand how energy is spent in a building and how can we optimize the use of energy and hence reduce the buildings operation cost.
According to the definition in the ISO 50002:2014 standard, an energy audit is a systematic analysis of energy use and energy consumption within a defined energy audit scope, in order to identify, quantify and report on the opportunities for improved energy performance. Therefore, an energy audit is an energy assessment. This evaluation analyses energy flows in a building, process or system to reduce the amount of energy input into the system whilst maintaining or improving human comfort, health and safety. The level of detail of this evaluation determines the type of audit.
Energy Audit is appropriate for facilities and buildings who spend significant money on energy resources such as Electricity, Water, Gas, Chilled water etc.
Conserve Team have Energy Auditors certified by ASHRAE and Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power, India.
Our Energy Audit procedures are as per ASHRAE Commercial Buildings Energy Audit Procedure ISO 50002 Standard
The procedures we follow in Energy Audit are:
- Kick-off meeting with Building’s facility manager
- Data Collection
- Onsite Measurements
- Data Analysis