Energy Efficiency Audits

Successful and proactive procurement strategies are no longer sufficient to keep energy costs low. Business and the public sector must now also look at how efficiently they use the energy they purchase and consume; the cheapest unit of energy is the one you don't use!

One of the first steps in taking control of the energy consumption of an organisation is to understand the energy usage within their premises by undertaking a site survey and audit. This will help to identify the opportunities for improving energy efficiency and reducing costs aside from improved energy rates.

Our expert Energy Assessors will assess current performance and identify priority areas for action, with the best return.

The results and recommendations from the Energy Survey will be delivered in a detailed report outlining the building, current energy management practices, energy costs and consumptions, benchmark results, observations on all energy-consuming equipment and controls. Recommendations on energy savings will be made, showing energy and CO2 emissions savings, estimated implementation costs and payback periods.

The results and recommendations from the Energy Survey will be delivered in a detailed report outlining the building, current energy management practices, energy costs and consumptions, benchmark results, observations on all energy-consuming equipment and controls. Recommendations on energy savings will be made, showing energy and CO2 emissions savings, estimated implementation costs and payback periods.

An Energy Survey will provide:

  • A complete understanding of building energy consumptions across all utility types. This will involve an awareness of all the energy consuming equipment on site and their control strategies, leading to an understanding of energy flows through the building.
  • Identification of energy-saving opportunities, implementation costs and payback periods. Depending on the level of energy survey commissioned, this may only identify areas of potential energy cost savings, with more specific work required in certain areas.
  • A complete understanding of energy costs across all utility types. Premises can then be benchmarked against industry standard performance indicators to assess each building’s relative energy performance.

What are the benefits?

  • Improved energy efficiency, resulting in substantially reduced energy costs.
  • Lower carbon emissions, minimising the impact of environmental legislation.
  • A deep understanding of where energy is used within their organisation
  • Comply with the EPBD

Why Bluemark Consultants ?

We understand that our clients have diverse energy needs, and with our breadth of Knowledge and experience we can design and implement energy solutions that are tailored to the operational and financial requirements of your organisation, with results going straight to your bottom line.