The Energy Efficiency Audit stands out because it is conducted for individual investments. Typically, companies and public institutions require it to obtain White Certificates or financial support from specific programs offered by funds such as RPO, NFOŚiGW, WFOŚiGW. The Energy Efficiency Audit is often confused with the Mandatory Energy Audit for Enterprises.
The Energy Efficiency Audits are regulated by the Act of May 20, 2016, on energy efficiency, and the Regulation of the Minister of Energy of October 5, 2017, regarding the detailed scope and method of preparing Energy Efficiency Audits and calculating energy savings.
As part of the conducted Energy Efficiency Audit:
- we assess the technical condition of the facility, its installations and equipment, and analyze how much energy they consume,
- we present possibilities to improve energy efficiency – how much savings can be achieved through modernization and what is its cost-effectiveness,
- we confirm the planned reduction in energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions so that your company can meet the requirements of grant programs.