Energy Audit/Energy Efficiency
Based on DIN EN 16247 or the alternative system of the German Surplus Settlement Efficiency System Regulation (SpaEfV, Spitzenausgleich-Effizienzsystem-Verordnung), we perform a detailed analysis of your energy use based on measurements in order to identify potential savings. We calculate the cost-effectiveness of concrete measures, summarize the results of the energy audit in a report and apply for suitable subsidies, if possible.
Energy audits are an ideal basis for the development of an energy management system according to ISO 50001. Our employees in the field of energy are constantly trained and are approved as consultants by the Kreditanstalt für Wiederaufbau (German Development Bank). Together with our project partners, and despite increasing know-how in the companies, we are therefore able to develop innovative and practical improvement measures.
Since 2009, Learning Energy Efficiency Networks (LEEN) have been promoted in Germany by the government. Information on this project can be obtained from the LEEN Web site. Some of our employees have improved their skills as network moderators and energy consultants in accordance with the requirements of the LEEN system, and are involved in the implementation of various LEEN projects in Germany, for example, in Munich and Upper Bavaria, in the Rhine-Main region, Southern Hesse and Chiemgau-Rupertiwinkel .
However, the concept of energy efficiency networks as an effective instrument to increase operational energy efficiency is also gaining increasing attention abroad. A prerequisite for a successful transfer and introduction of the networks abroad is the adaptation of the concept and topics to the specific national conditions in the respective target region. We can provide valuable support here, due to our many years of experience in the development and realization of business networks in Germany, but also in almost all of the key global growth regions (such as Brazil, India, China, South Africa, and Mexico) in conjunction with our services for international cooperation.
- Reduction in energy costs,
- Increased efficiency,
- Processing of all steps of an energy audit according to DIN EN 16247,
- Basics of an energy management system according to ISO 50001,
- Active climate protection,
- Exchange of experience with other companies,
- Public recognition.