Energy Auditing

Generally speaking, Energy Auditing is done to ensure that energy is being used in the most sustainable manner whilst manufacturing. This is in-keeping with the Energy Conservation Act 2001. Certain methodologies can reduce the consumption of energy to a great extent. Energy audit looks into the following aspects –

  • Equilibrium between mass and heat
  • Flow of energy
  • Use of energy
  • Waste of energy

Most of the time, an energy audit report would focus on the energy that is being wasted and suggest ways to minimise it.

The whole and sole aim of an Energy Audit in compliance with the energy audit act is to minimise wastage of energy with optimum usage of capital. This could decrease the consumption of energy by a huge margin.

Our energy auditing team consists of highly qualified and experienced professionals in the field on Energy Auditing. It is our endeavour to serve our clients in the best possible way, and this is the reason that our team members are always in the process of learning new strategies for energy auditing.

Our team has an extensive experience in the field of

  • Textile manufacturers
  • Steel wire industries
  • Chemical and power plant industries
  • Commercial constructions

Our team is also efficient at –

  • Talking to requisite agencies and 3rd parties that are into liasioning
  • Project management
  • Designing of electrical systems
  • Auditing and assessment of HT/LT apparatus
  • Management of energy
  • QES
  • Maintenance of the factory
  • Manoeuvring the benefits of the Site

Our team has all the equipments that are requisite for Energy Auditing. We are also capable of working for a company on Government subsidies. We can authorise the passing of a loan for a company for machinery that is requisite for high quality manufacturers.

An Energy Auditor is required to

  • Collect information on the amount of energy consumed
  • Balance out the consumption of energy with costs
  • See if the manufacturer indulges in efficient consumption of energy
  • See the difference between the existing energy consumption levels and the requisite one.
  • Come up with energy saving measures
  • Calculate the costs of implementing these measures and minimise them.
  • Recommendation of usage of energy efficient technology
  • Writing a record and following up to see if the measures have been implemented

There exist 8 phases of audit, they are

  1. Collection of data
  2. Conduction of a survey
  3. Experimentation
  4. Calculation of consumption of energy
  5. Coming up with energy saving measures
  6. Minimising costs or calculating cost benefits while saving energy
  7. Preparing a report
  8. Follow up