Energy Audit

Have you considered even just a level 1 energy audit?

An energy Audit could be less than $2000 and provide considerable useful information which has the potential to save 3 or 4 times the initial cost, if not more.

Energy Management System

We work with older buildings, both Commercial and Residential; From Retail to Warehouse including office blocks and mixed-use; from 500 square meters to 40,000 square meters to 35 levels high.

Our very first questing is: – Do you have energy management or monitoring system (EMS) already installed?

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Commercial buildings have a variety of control systems, there is always an opportunity for improvement.

It Doesn’t take a third-party expensive software suit or a $500/hour consultant to reveal fundamental and easy opportunities for improvement. Sure, these things have their value. That said, if you have an older building that you are seeking to improve the Nabers rating to improve income performance, then start with the “Low Hanging Fruit”. Organise and repair the fundamental opportunities NOW so you have reduced energy bills next month.

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Energy Audit Creates Visibility

An energy audit, Level 1, is the first stage to gaining control and visibility into your energy consumption within your facility. The level 1 Energy Audit sets the benchmark to make improvements from which to take measurements and verification The Audit is the first component to making your commercial building a more sustainable building.

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Energy Audit | Energy Management Solutions

There is a plethora of Energy Management Systems and solutions to improve your energy consumption. A level 1 Energy Audit is critical to establish where the money is being spent and to observe the strategies already in place.

Creating a “Ground Zero” gives you a task list and support to update those items that are at “end of life” and you are still maintaining.

“Run to Fail” is a great strategy for saving costs on maintenance, but not when it comes to energy conservation and reducing energy bills. Keep in mind, what you save on one bill, you could be spending on another. What are the economics? Can you balance the ledger and remain confident in your current strategies?

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Audit LevelDescriptionAccuracy
Level 1is an evaluation of the overall energy consumption of a site or location. It provides benchmarks so that future energy use can be tracked and evaluated. It also identifies where savings can be made and a shortlist of high-priority recommendations where actions can be taken, including a statement of costs and potential savings.+/- 40%
Level 2identifies the source of energy to a site, the amount of energy supplied, and what the energy is used for. It also identifies where savings can be made and recommends actions that can be taken to reduce energy use, and provides a statement of costs and potential savings.+/- 20%
Level 3provides a detailed analysis of energy usage, savings that can be made, and the cost of achieving those savings. Detailed economic analysis with an appropriate level of accuracy is required. It identifies where savings can be made and recommends where actions can be taken and provide a statement of costs and potential savings.+/- 10%
 AS/NZS 3598:2000 

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