An industrial energy audit is a process that facilities energy usage patterns, equipment efficiency, and overall building efficiency, is determined in order to propose energy efficiency measures. The result of a successful energy audit is decreased energy consumption, reduced raw material usage and increased quality of the end product. The data collected by an energy auditor is the basis on which the energy efficiency suggestions will be created.
The implementation of these measures will reduce manufacturing costs and also the negative effects on the environment. Industrial energy audit is a process aimed at finding loopholes in the production process, a design task in order to save raw materials and energy. Performing industrial energy audits makes it possible to save raw materials, energy, optimizing the manufacturing process or raising the company's profits and increase competitiveness. After an industrial energy audit, the client data will have an accurate list of energy efficiency measures which will reduce costs and the environmental impact.
The industrial energy audit consists of the following steps:
Step 1.Data collection
Step 2 Data processing
Step 3 Analysis of results and reporting