An Energy Audit is a process to inspect, survey and analysis of energy flows for energy conservation in a building, process or system to reduce the amount of energy input into the system without negatively affecting the output.
It is important to note, there is a direct relationship between the scope, and therefore the cost, of an audit (amount of data collected and analyzed) and the number of energy reduction opportunities that can be identified. In addition, there is a significant difference between an Energy Audit for a commercial building, which focuses on the building envelope, lighting, Air Conditioning and ventilation requirements and an Energy Audit conducted for an industrial plant, which also focuses on production or process system energy requirements.
THE AIM OF ENERGY AUDIT
- Identify the type and cost of energy consumption
- Understanding how energy is used and the possibility of waste
- Identification and analysis of alternative development and operation techniques or new equipment substantially reduces energy costs
- Economic analysis than the alternatives and determine the effective cost to the business or industry
- Meet regulatory requirements and standards relating to energy management: Government Regulation (PP No. 70 Year 2009 on Energy Conservation)
- Establish baseline parameters of energy utilization, and meet the requirements of the ISO 50001 Energy Planning, Energy Management Systems (EnMS).
- Corrective action and reduction of energy costs
Maximize system efficiency.
- Reduce waste arising / idle operation.
STAGE OF AUDIT ENERGY
SCOPE OF AUDIT
– Electricity Supply and Distribution
– HVAC System
– Lighting System
2. Industrial & Plant
– Electricity Supply & Distribution
– Fans and Blowers
– Compressed Air System
– Process / Water Pumps
– Chillers and AC System, Cooling Towers
– Boilers / Hot Water Generators
– Furnaces, Kilns and Ovens
– Process Equipments
– Lighting System
– Exhaust Gas Analysist
– Fuel Consumption
WHAT WE OFFER?
1. Preliminary Audit
- Allows evaluation of the overall energy consumption audit object, as an indicator of the level of performance of energy use reasonable or excessive.
- Gives the initial size of energy consumption Facility / Facilities so that the effect of energy saving measures can be monitored and evaluated.
- This audit can be done in the form of activity ‘desk audit’, but information provided to or gathered auditor should be sufficient to determine the level of efficiency of facility / facilities overall.
2. Detailed Audit
- Identify the source of energy used by the object energy, Total energy supplied and energy used for just about anything.
- Identify opportunities for energy savings that can be done.
- Recommend steps to be taken.
- The report gives the estimated costs and potential savings.
3. Investment Grade Audit
- Provides an analysis of energy usage, savings that can be achieved and the cost in achieving savings in detail.
- The audit covers the entire Facility or concentrated on specific processes within an industry.
Specialist auditors to carry out certain activities or installation of part measuring and recording devices.
- Audit report became the basis of the value of investment justification by the owner or contractor who requires a detailed economic analysis with a high degree of accuracy.
4. Priority Savings
- NO Investment
- LOW investment
- MEDIUM Investment
- HIGH Investment
We have experienced do audit energy in several high raise building and hospital building, but we also familiar with Energy Audit in industrial sector start from small scale plant until large ones. Our most recent audit was Haji Hospital Jakarta, we finished in a week for field audit and the rest for analysis and recomendation.