G-Energy offers its experience in the energy sector for conducting energy audits, aiming efficient use of available resources and consumption reduction.
Recent regulatory developments have highlighted the importance of energy audits in meeting energy efficiency targets, in some cases these activities are mandatory by law.
In the civil sector energy audit of buildings is required in case of restructuring or new installation of thermal plants of heat output greater than 100 kW.
In the industrial sector, in Italy, the Decree no. 112, 4 July 2014 – Implementation of Directive 2012/27 / EU on energy efficiency- requires that by December 5, 2015 large companies and enterprises with high energy consumption are submitted to energy audit every 4 years.
Regardless of regulatory constraints, the diagnosis is a very effective tool that allows the customer to become aware of the energy consumption profile of the building or analyzed process. Not only that, a fundamental aspect of diagnosis is to identify interventions to improve energy efficiency and quantification of energy savings opportunities with detailed analysis of the cost-benefit ratio, taking into account the payback of investments.
G-Energy makes available to the Customer its extensive experience in the energy sector for conducting energy audit activities both in the civil sector than in industrial plants.
G-Energy has developed a methodological approach which allows over time the systematic reduction of energy costs for the customer, thanks to an intense interaction with specialized companies and a team of rapid and efficient professionals. All this without compromising the precision and accuracy of analysis.
The diagnostic procedure takes advantage of the use of specific equipment, such as infrared thermal imagers and the use of specific software, and always includes an initial site visit for data collection. We believe that this phase is crucial for a correct description of the system, and we can boast a rich database developed during more than four years of field work.
Each case is analyzed according to the specific production process and the diagnosis is always based on accurate initial activities relating of data collection. The data collection activities is then followed by a phase of analysis and processing of the data obtained, during which the energy models are constructed and opportunities for improvement are evaluated. The final result is a technical report where interventions considered optimal from the point of view of cost-benefit are identified.