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An energy audit is completed at a residential or commercial building to determine its energy efficiency. Simply put, energy efficiency means using less energy to do the same job. The audit will provide you with a complete electricity consumption and energy efficiency assessment. You can obtain important information regarding your energy usage and Energy Star rating from the audit report. With this information, you can identify and correct any energy usage issues to cut electricity costs. It’s advisable to always undertake an energy audit before implementing a renewable energy system.

An energy audit is an analysis of energy flows for energy conservation and to find energy losses. It is a process by a collection of detailed data related to energy usage and comparison of collected results. An energy audit is a process by which we can reduce the amount of energy input to the system without a negative impact on the output. It must be the first step in commercial and industrial real estate to identify an opportunity to reduce the billing cost and waste of energy.

Who Conducts an Energy Audit?

A registered energy advisor or energy auditor will conduct a home energy audit or business energy audit. In addition, energy auditors are responsible for completing energy efficiency assessments of commercial and non-commercial buildings.

What Is Done During an Energy Audit?

There are three parts to an energy audit: evaluation, testing, and efficiency recommendations. Once the audit is complete, the auditor will provide you with a report outlining energy consumption, a final energy grading, and home improvement suggestions to cut energy costs on energy bills. An energy audit is recommended to determine the energy consumption associated with a facility and the potential savings associated with that energy consumption.

From a general point of view, an energy audit provides enormous benefits in different areas:
It helps reduce energy costs in your facility.
With a reduction in production costs, the competitiveness of your company will be improved.
It helps reduce the dependence on foreign energy sources.
It helps reduce environmental damage and pollution.
It can increase the security of your energy supply.
It can reduce the consumption of natural resources.
It can reduce damage to the environment associated with the exploitation of resources.
It helps reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions.

At a particular level, among the major benefits of doing an energy audit are:
It helps you to lower energy bills.
It enables you to increase the comfort of those in the facility.
It helps you to increase the life span of the equipment in your facility.
It discovers any unaccounted consumption that may exist at the facility.

In summary, an energy audit can identify energy consumption and energy costs of the facility and it can evolve over time to develop measures to eliminate waste, maximize efficiency and optimize supply energy.

The energy audit affects three key factors:

profitability through optimization of energy expenditure
productivity through optimization of equipment and processes
performance, thanks to the rationalization of energy use.

Our Accreditation

CDG is one of very few inspection agencies in India which are accredited (ISO 17020 accredited by ILAC channel) for ‘energy efficiency audits’.