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Energy Audit

Our field personnel have performed energy services on commercial buildings, including commercial office space, supermarkets, retail establishments, and more. These services include energy auditing, utility incentive services, energy efficiency modeling and reporting, commissioning and retro-commissioning, functional performance testing, and owner outreach. Our energy auditors are also experienced with evaluating commercial refrigeration systems, energy management systems, lighting systems, and HVAC systems.

                        Purpose Of An Energy Audits:


  • Enhance building performance by saving energy and reducing operational costs.

  • Identify and resolve building system operation, control and maintenance problems.

  • Reduce or eliminate occupant complaints and increase tenant satisfaction.

  • Improve indoor environmental comfort and quality.

  • Document system operations.

  • Analyze the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) personnel training needs and provide such training.

  • Minimize operational risk and increase asset value.

  • Extend equipment life-cycle.

                          Benefits Of Energy Audits


  • Comfort – Energy Efficient homes are inherently comfortable because of better insulation, better cooling and fixed heating leaks.

  • Improved Indoor Air Quality – During an energy audit, focus is also given on how the indoor air quality can be increased. The ventilation and Air Conditioning is scrutinized for proper operation.

Higher Resale Value – Energy prices increasing the value of energy efficient buildings always ensures high market value of your house as much as 25% .


Level I - Walk-through Assessment: energy bills are analyzed and, usually a brief visual survey of the facility is conducted. The subsequent report identifies no-cost and low-cost opportunities. This is the least costly of the three levels.
  Level II - Energy Survey and Analysis: a more detailed analysis is conducted, including a breakdown of how energy is used within the building. Recommendations consider an owner’s operations and maintenance, constraints, and economic criteria. Potential capital-intensive opportunities are identified in the final report for further research and analysis. This is the typical level of audit.
  Level III - Detailed Analysis of Capital-Intensive Modifications (Investment-grade Audit): this analysis focuses on capital-intensive opportunities and provides a higher degree of monitoring, data collection, and engineering analysis. The report includes detailed cost and savings information with a high-level of confidence sufficient for major capital investment decisions, and may include a reasonable timeline for implementation of each recommendation.


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