Energy Audit Checklist gives an overview of Preliminary Energy Audit of a Facility. This refers to the basic data capturing for assessing the present status of Energy Efficiency. This Energy Audit checklist is only for a quick assessment and not a detailed Energy Audit. For a detailed study Our Energy Audit experts from this field who are IIT-B alumnus and B.E.E. Certified need to make a comprehensive Energy Saving Plan for Energy Optimization.
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While energy-intensive Industrial plants are taking all possible steps to improve on Energy Conservation and Energy Efficiency one point worth mentioning is that the Energy Audit concludes with the Energy Audit Report submission.The end-user is left to implement the energy conservation and energy efficiency measures on their own., which is the general practice.
However the key to complete the cycle of Energy Audit is to implement the solutions and recommendations made in the Energy Audit Report. Without which the entire exercise of Energy Audit is rendered futile. There could be 2 possible scenarios under this -
- The plant / end-user Company may invest in the energy saving recommendations on their own. This is the general practice all across India in 99% of the cases.
- The energy audit Company invests in these recommendations and shares the benefits of Energy saving with the plant on ESCO basis.