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ENERGY AUDIT

Energy Audit

Our Team is made up of certified and licensed auditors and offers heat and energy audit services both for individual dwellings and for residential developments, office buildings and business premises. 

Energy Audit is a procedure that serves to identify the main heating and energy features of a building and of the building heating system. After the building thermal audit is conducted, the energy audit analyzes the results achieved and finds efficient solutions both in technical and financial terms in order to renovate and upgrade the building and the relevant plants thereof for increased heating efficiency. 

Such solutions, as well as a number of other recommendations on the choice of the best option will be detailed in an energy audit report, which is the key item of the entire audit process. 

In a nutshell, the audit report describes:

  • How the audit was conducted; 
  • The main energy features of the audited building;
  • Proposals for the modernization of the building and of the building plants;  
  • Conclusions and judgments about the most efficient measures to be implemented, particularly in financial terms.

With regard to the presentation of the report, it is always adjusted according to the customer’s request, since it is the customer that makes the final decision about the investment in the building energy upgrading. However, there are a few constant features regarding the presentation of the energy audit report: "irrespective of customer, the report must be drawn up in clear words and easy to construe".

The documents necessary in order to obtain the building Energy Audit Report

In order to have the energy audit conducted and to obtain the audit report and the Energy Performance Certificate for the audited building, the customer must produce to the auditor all the documentation necessary for the audit report.

However, in case the customer does not have all the documentation related to the building structure, measurements and scale drawings need to be effected.

Therefore, the following documents of the building log book are required:

  1. building site plans;
  2. building structure drawings;
  3. drawings and description of the building installations;
  4. technical data about the construction materials that were employed, about the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system equipment, hot and cold water providers, etc.

As to the consumption incurred by the existing new or old buildings, the following data will be required:

  1. electricity consumption/month for at least one year;
  2. gas consumption/month for at least one year;
  3. cold and hot water consumption/month for at least one year;
  4. sewerage and waste consumption /month for at least one year.

As to the consumption to be incurred by a new building to be erected, the following data will be required:

  1. Information about the equipment and the material to be used for the building installations (can be found in the building permit design and in the basic design engineering according to which the Building Permit is issued and the building is erected).
  2. Description of the electricity, gas, hot and cold water supply systems and sewerage systems of the building (can be found in the building permit design and in the basic design engineering according to which the Building Permit is issued and the building is erected).