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Commercial Building Energy Audit

How is the audit undertaken?

The basic steps of an energy audit are as follows: Planning Basic data collection Measurements and equipment tests Data analysis No cost/low cost recommendations Capital investments Action plan formulation Reporting


What happens after the audit?

After producing a detailed energy audit of the building, the energy consumption of the building is identified (heat energy, electricity, energy for domestic hot water, energy for cooling, etc.) and a list of recommended energy saving measures are provided, aimied at increasing the energy efficiency of the building as a whole and reducing energy costs.


What are the benefits?

Savings on fuel and water use and costs. Reduced risk of frost damage. Building occupant comfort. Feedback on the buildings energy and water performance. Increased awareness of occupants to energy and water / cost saving.


Annual Control Audit

The technical annual service and setting of your heating, hot water and ventilation controls, including: fine tuning of controls to match the buildings energy needs as efficiently as possible. Identification of energy waste or occupant comfort problems. Feedback on your control times and temperature settings advice on beneficial changes to control settings and configuration. Testing communication devices. Proactive malfunction prevention provide full report with recommendations and costs


Whole Building Audit and Survey

Identification of building occupants good housekeeping practices. Fuel and water audit and benchmarking. Information recommendations for capital investment schemes with paybacks recommendations for improvements to good housekeeping practices advice on getting the best out of your building. Information, advice, and support in applying for energy grants.


Energy Management and Action Plan

A flexible bespoke energy conservation service including raising awareness to building occupants, or key staff as appropriate. Awareness campaign promotional material. Practical good housekeeping advice. One to one or group training specific to your building. Self help guidance and support