Energy audits of buildings and plants
An energy audit of the building entails the analysis of energy characteristics and technical tread the same building in order to determine the existing energy consumption, followed by the adoption of conclusions and recommendations for improving energy efficiency.
The main objective of an energy audit is that the collection and processing of a range of data on construction characteristics of the building in terms of thermal protection as well as the energy performance of different systems of energy and water, gain better insight into the energy balance of the existing facility, followed by proposing concrete measures to increase energy efficiency.
The preliminary energy audit of the building contains all the elements of the energy consumption in the building, elements that affect energy consumption and analysis of the data collected. Data on the energy performance of buildings is collected by a customer visiting buildings and talking with authorized and competent customer representatives. Data on actual energy consumption based on the invoice are very essential for the proper consideration of the potential savings in energy consumption. The report on the preliminary energy audit is the basis for activities to improve the energy efficiency of the building.
Detailed energy audit of the building contains all the elements of the building that affect the energy consumption and other data from the Preliminary energy audit. In the detailed energy audit, check data on the energy performance of the building by measuring and to those who are preliminary energy audits identified as essential for improving energy efficiency. The report on the preliminary energy audit is the basis for a decision on the selection of measures for improving energy efficiency and the development of project documentation for improvement of energy efficiency of the building. A detailed energy audit determined the necessary data for making energy passport for building.