Energy Audits

The purpose of energy audit work is to analyze the energy use of the premises being audited in order to find out the potential for energy savings and to present proposals savings measures for calculating profitability.

Energy audits also help clarify the possibilities for the use of renewable energy sources. In addition to the energy savings potential, the audit report presents an estimate of the impact of the proposed measures on CO2 emissions.

In order to carry out energy audits for the service, industrial and energy sectors clients can apply for support from the Ministry of Employment and the Economy.

An audit model has been developed for the energy audits of apartment blocks. Support for carrying out energy audits of residential premises can be applied for from the Ministry of the Environment’s residential premises energy assistance support.

Conveyor chains’ energy audit involves a comprehensive inspection of commercial transport conveyor chains. The audit especially benefits the procurement industry of transport services, the business sector and municipalities. From the perspective of conveyor chains, energy audits can intensify energy use, cut costs and reduce CO2 emissions. In addition, an energy audit provides the tools for improving the logistics of transport services provided by businesses.

The energy audit of conveyor chains focuses on reducing the energy consumption and CO2 emissions of the transport of raw materials and products by industry, commerce and municipalities.

Page last updated 19.8.2015