Energy Audit

Introduction

Energy assessment/audit has become an accepted norm in identifying and implementing various energy efficiency opportunities in residential, commercial, institutional and industrial facilities. The objective of an energy audit is to identify economical energy/cost saving measures that do not adversely affect the quality of work/product and the environmental consequences of the equipment and processes.

Scope of an Energy Audit

Energy audit is a necessary step in implementation of any detailed and sizable energy efficiency project. Often, there will be the need for engineering design before implementation/ execution of the project. The major impetus behind an energy audit is that the analysis of energy consumption and identification of potential conservation measures in facilities relate to various disciplines of engineering. This is often beyond the expertise of one person or small engineering firms.

For the less complex energy consumers in the residential facilities, energy consumption depends on the structure of windows and doors, lighting, HVAC and refrigeration systems as well as cooking equipment.

On the other end of the spectrum, in manufacturing facilities, the energy consumption is very process-dependent and greatly varies from facility to facility. Industrial facilities do not often lend themselves to standard prescriptive energy efficiency measures customarily used in residential, commercial and institutional facilities.

At Dynamics Circuit, we are able to deliver customised cost saving measures to reduce your monthly bills! At the corporate-level, we offer tests that include vibration analysis and thermal imaging.