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Energy Audit
An energy audit is a detailed study of a facility to determine how and where energy is being used or converted from one form to another, to identify opportunities to reduce energy usage, evaluate the economics and technical practicality of implementing these reductions, and to formulate prioritized recommendations for implementing process improvements to save energy.
As per the Energy Conservation Act, 2001, an "energy audit" is defined as "the verification, monitoring and analysis of use of energy including submission of a technical report containing recommendations for improving energy efficiency with cost benefit analysis and an action plan to reduce energy consumption."
An audit should attempt to balance the total input of energy with the use and costs. When an energy audit is completed, it shows how much energy came into the business during a month and how it was used in the plant. Eco Energy Rating Ltd has the resources and the competence to conduct Energy Audits to monitor and reduce domestic and industrial energy use to reduce GHG(CO2) emission and improve energy rating.
Elements of an Energy Audit
Establishment of a baseline.
Identifying areas for savings and wastages.
Data collection and clarity on data and use.
Mass and energy balance.
Energy conservation opportunities.
Energy saving potential.
Prioritized recommendation.
Types of Audits
Preliminary Energy Audit (PEA)
Detailed Energy Audit (DEA)
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