Energy management and audit is a process including Inspection, Survey & Analysis of energy flows for energy conservation in a building, a process or a system to reduce the amount of energy input into the system.
The type of industrial energy audit conducted depends on the function, size, and type of the industry.
- Defining the audit criteria & Scope
- Selection of energy audit team
- Making an audit plan & checklist
- Conducting the initial walk-through visit
- Collecting energy bills and available data and information
- Conducting the preliminary analysis and provide the final report
- Identify areas of opportunity for energy saving and recommend the actions to reduce energy cost
- Identify areas of energy wastage and suggest measures for minimizing energy losses or suggest alternative energy saving measures
- Conduct energy performance evaluation and study process optimization.
- Conduct efficiency test of the equipments and make recommendations for replacement
- Suggest improved operational control practices.
1. What is Water Assessment
Water resources assessment aims to measure quantity and quality of the water in a system, including data collection, data validation, and water accounting techniques.
Conducting a water resources assessment provides you with a comprehensive understanding of the quality and quantity of water resources in your area. Only by having a detailed understanding of the water resources in your area, allows large-scale change in your water system.
- Conduct a gap assessment of your existing water system or water management program
- Identify and assess current and future saving opportunities
- Identify and evaluate existing control measures
- Recommend new control measures or improvements to existing control measures, critical limits, monitoring procedures and corrective actions
- Provide suggestions for validation
Carbon accounting is crucial to efforts to tackle climate change, providing data on where emissions emanate and where they are absorbed. Decision-makers rely on the best information about the earth’s changing sinks and sources as they seek to constrain global emissions.
GHG inventories are used to establish baselines, track GHG emissions, and measure reductions over time for that entity. The perspective of inventories depends on the timeframe used to evaluate GHG emissions.
- Provides a comprehensive accounting of GHG emission as per industry standards
- Create and publish the Green house inventory
- Establish baselines, goals, and targets for reductions
- Assist to report the company’s footprint
- Align the company’s methodology to GRI framework