THE ENERGY AUDIT
«Decide what not to do is as important as deciding what to see and do»-Steve Jobs
The energy audit is a standardized procedure for the evaluation of energy consumption of equipment, facilities and services, that identifies a customer's consumption for each timely reconnaissance energy carrier.
The energy audit helps to define a model of consumption, analyzing how energy use in relation to the specific requirements of your business processes. An energy audit activities have as their ultimate goal a series of interventions involving the use of efficient technologies to rationalize energy use, controlling energy waste and save money.
Energy audit activities must be conducted according to the standards UNI CEI/TR 11428 and UNI CEI 16247 for compliance with the obligation laid down in Decree-Law 102/2014.
The energy audit differs in two main phases:
Visual checks through inspections of stations, technological systems and reference sites, including the collection of sensitive data. Starting from these making an analysis of consumption of individual centres/utilities and technical documentation;
Instrumental phase, which takes place through the use of the measuring equipment in order to assess the reliability of the data provided and to identify energy-consumption centers.
The activity of energy audit energy tuning is correct preparation.