Energy Audits

We provide three types of energy audits:

Walk-Through Audit (WTA):

This review includes a patrol inspection of the facility to identify maintenance, operation, or defective equipment problems and identify areas for further evaluation.

Audit results include identifying energy saving opportunities, qualitative analysis of the implementation of energy saving measures, and estimating potential energy savings. Final audit reports generally involve basic comments on the feasibility of the project.

Energy Diagnosis:

Audits include performing economic calculations and may include the use of some meters to identify actual energy consumption and losses.

The results of energy diagnostics include a list of energy balances (failure to use energy) and energy performance measurements from the facility or building facility. The results also include financial analysis of each measures identified for classifying and prioritizing each measures.

Investment Grade Audit (IGA):

This audit is a detailed account of energy use, including a quantitative study of the implementation with detailed investments and operational and maintenance costs and an analysis of the investment model.

The results of an Investment Grade Audit include the real energy demand and an energy balance. Likewise, the audit suggests a number of energy saving measures, including the calculation of energy savings and the investment needed to carry them out. This audit proposes bundled measures, with a financing plan as well as implementation and savings verification plans.