Energy audits are an examination of a building for energy efficiency improvement purposes. Through analysis of energy usage, building characteristics, weather data, and the typical usage of the building, our energy audits uncover energy conservation opportunities for our clients.
Energy benchmarking examines the historic utility data of the building and compares it against similar buildings. This uncovers inefficiencies of the building and allows for an educated decision on whether an audit is worthwhile.
A walk-through audit is a brief assessment to identify low cost energy improvements and areas where more detailed future audits can focus. This can be done on your BMS maintenance vists.
A general energy audit is a comprehensive evaluation of the building and potential energy conservation measures through detailed information collection, in-depth interviews with facilities or operations managers, and the analysis of energy profiles created through interval metering.
An investment-grade audit is a comprehensive analysis of energy efficiency improvements with a distinct focus on financial concerns and return on investment.