1. Energy Audit which results in Energy Saving for a Plant translates into Significant Saving on Production Costs which can be anywhere from 5% to 10% depending on size of the plant and various other factors.
C Energy is the 2nd largest component in the Production Cost. In 2012 - almost all the States of India hiked power prices with hike ranging from 5% to 30%. With ever-rising cost of Energy – Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency can directly impact P&L Statement. Energy Audit will thus result in significant Energy Saving - as mentioned in this post - Does Energy Audit really save Energy? [link]
2. Energy Audit works for every single Plant or Commercial Facility as there is always scope for Energy Optimization through Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency.
C Every plant goes through some changes over a period of time. Moreover an external Energy Audit team works across departments and brings in rich experience gained from Energy Audit of several plants. This not only results in gaining fresh perspective of Energy saving possibility by an external team also results in bench-marking based on similar parameters.
C Energy Audit does not mean only studying the energy aspects but also a comprehensive study of the plant with respect to performance and output. As mentioned in the New Age Industrial Energy Audit [link] post - an Energy Audit includes several aspects of improvement in output at an Industrial plant with Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency as the central theme.
4. Nearly all the Industrial Units and Commercial Complexes have a potential to save 10-15% on Energy Bills (in Electrical Power alone) and additional savings in Thermal Energy.
C Verified by Government Agencies and hence BEE has selected Designated Consumers to carry out periodic Energy Audit. In any case an Industrial Plant or Commercial Facility is certain to gain from an Energy Audit which gives them an opportunity to periodically review their Energy goals and ensure optimum energy levels for the plant.
5. Many of the Energy Saving measures recommended as part of an Energy Audit may require little or no investment but results in significant savings.
C Energy Audit Report [link] - submitted at the end of the Energy Audit - consists of several recommendations including many which may require negligible or no investment – but can result in savings of 5 – 8%. Further savings possible through implementation of additional recommendations in the report.
To know more please read - Energy Audit : Why Should a Plant go for it [link].
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