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Energy Auditor | Energy Audit

energy auditor

Energy Auditor | Energy Audit

Energy efficiency improvement:

Energy Auditor conducts Energy Audits And gives the detail report to address the key factors in Energy. Now a days it became a key factor in deciding the product cost at micro level as well as in dictating the inflation and the debt burden at the macro level. Energy cost is a significant factor in economic activity at par with factors of production like capital, land and labor. The imperatives of an energy shortage situation calls for energy conservation measure, which essentially mean using less energy for the same level of activity.


What is energy audit:

Energy Audit attempts to balance the total energy inputs with its use and serves to identify all the energy streams in the systems and quantifies energy usage’s according to its discrete function. Energy Audit helps in energy cost optimization, pollution control, safety aspects and suggests the methods to improve the operating & maintenance practices of the system.

It is instrumental in coping with the situation of variation in energy cost availability, reliability of energy supply, decision on appropriate energy mix, decision on using improved energy conservation equipment’s. instrumentation’s and technology


Why Energy Audit

  • To reduce energy losses up to 80% which in turn could save energy cost by 7 to 10%.
  • Save energy with no / low investment or investment with good ROI.

What benefits the energy audits can bring to business:

  • Reduce energy costs of the facility.
  • With a reduction in production costs, the competitiveness of the company is improved.
  • Reduce the dependence on foreign energy
  • Reduce environmental damage and pollution.
  • Increase the security of your energy

Applicable to:

Paper and Pulp, Cement, Iron and Steel, Sugar, Power Plants, Fertilizer, Pharmaceuticals, Facility management companies, high rise buildings, malls, commercial establishment, hospitals and IT companies.      



As per BEE guidelines and Industry practices.


Types of Energy Audit:

  1. Preliminary Energy Audit

The Preliminary Energy Audit focuses on the major energy suppliers and demands usually accounting for approximately 70% of total energy. It is essentially a preliminary data gathering and analysis effort. It uses only available data and is completed with limited diagnostic instruments.

  1. Detailed Energy Audit

The detailed audit goes beyond quantitative estimates of costs and savings. It includes engineering recommendations and well-defined project, giving due priorities. The detailed energy audit is conducted after the preliminary energy audit. Sophisticated instrumentation including flow meter, flue gas analyzer and scanner are use of compute energy efficiency.


Scope of work for detailed Energy Audit

  • Data Collection,
  • A B C Analysis,
  • Field Study,
  • Data Collation and Analysis,
  • Report Preparation and submission.

Areas covered:


  1. Electrical utility, and 2. Thermal utility.
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