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An energy audit is a key to developing an energy management program. Although energy audits have various degrees of complexity and can vary widely from one organization to another, at EneSense, every audit typically involves

♦ data collection and review

♦ plant surveys and system measurements

♦ observation and review of operating practices

♦ data analysis

In short, the audit is designed to determine where, when, why and how energy is being used. This information can then be used to identify opportunities to improve efficiency, decrease energy costs and reduce greenhouse gas emissions that contribute to climate change. Energy audits can also verify the effectiveness of energy management opportunities (EMOs) after they have been implemented.

An energy audit is developing an understanding of the specific energy-using patterns of a particular facility.

Audits perform by EneSense, tend to reveal energy-saving opportunities that are less capital intensive and focus more on operations. Organizations that conduct an energy audit, gain considerable experience in how to manage their day-to-day energy consumption and costs.