Energy Audit For Buildings Paper Presentation & Seminar

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This topic provides an overview of the energy audit procedure suitable for commercial and industrial buildings. Energy audit has a vital role in the implementation of energy conservation measures. This enables them to meet the Energy Efficiency Standards. There are several types of energy audits that are commonly performed by energy service engineers with various degrees of complexity.

The key aspects of a detailed energy audit procedure and a systematic approach to identify cost efficient energy conservation measures are discussed here.The energy crisis in the present day world has led us to the design of new energy efficient buildings. However the existing buildings consume a lot of conventional energy and minimizing them will help us to conserve them for future. Moreover it would help us to meet the Energy Efficiency standards. The capital costs for this conversion would be very high, but lower energy bills over a long period of time would offset them and helps to achieve significant profits for the industry as well as the environment. Energy audit involves the systematic collection and analysis of energy data from a particular facility for implementing energy conservation measures.

An energy audit establishes both where and how energy is being used, and the potential for energy savings. It includes a walk-through survey, a review of energy using systems, analysis of energy use and the preparation of an energy budget, and provides a baseline from which energy consumption can be compared over time. An audit can be conducted by an employee of the organization who has appropriate expertise, or by a specialist energy-auditing firm. An energy audit report also includes recommendations for actions, which will result in energy and cost savings.

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