Once all buildings have been constructed, it is inevitable that they will degrade over time due to frequent usage, neglect, and aging. This also applies to electromechanical systems, as they too will eventually experience a decline in performance. In order to assess the current operating conditions and performance of the electromechanical system, energy studies are conducted. Based on the results of these studies, necessary improvements are identified and reported.
The energy audit is a two-stage process:
Preliminary Energy Audit: This stage involves determining the energy needs of businesses or buildings. Relevant information and documents regarding the enterprise or building systems are collected, and possible measures and their associated costs and recovery times are identified.
Detailed Energy Audit: Building upon the data obtained from the preliminary study, detailed energy studies are performed on subjects that have been deemed suitable for further research. Data collection and measurement studies are conducted, and specific objectives and programs are established.
Every 7 years for residential and commercial buildings
Every 4 years for industrial facilities.
In public buildings, it must be renewed every 10 years.
At ERKE, our team of experienced engineers conducts comprehensive energy efficiency studies to identify areas of focus and quantify energy consumption. This information is then used to establish a comprehensive and effective energy management system within buildings.
With the use of specialized tools and portable measuring devices, the current status and energy efficiency potential of the building are precisely assessed and documented. The findings are then presented to our clients in the form of a detailed and professional report, offering valuable insights and recommendations for maximizing energy efficiency.