Energy Auditing

Detailed Energy Audit On Electrical / Thermal / Diesel / Water / Gas Utilities:

What is Energy Auditing? 

Energy Auditing means the verification, monitoring and analysis of use of energy, including submission of technical reports containing recommendations for improving energy efficiency with cost benefit analysis and an action plan to reduce the energy consumption of an organization.

Detailed Energy Audit is a comprehensive audit and results in a detailed energy project implementation plan for a facility, since it accounts for the energy use of all major equipments. It considers the interactive effects of various benchmark projects and offers the most accurate estimate of energy savings and cost. It includes detailed energy cost saving calculations and project implementation costs.

Iot Based – Detailed Smart Energy Auditing On
Electrical / Thermal / Hvac / Gas / Water Utilities


Need for Energy Audit in an Organization

  • In any organization the three top operating expenses are energy (both electrical and thermal), Labour and materials.
  • Energy would emerge as a top ranker for cost reduction.
  • The Primary objective of Energy Audit is to determine ways to reduce energy consumption per unit of product output or to lower operating costs.
  • Energy Audit provides a “bench-mark” for managing energy in the organization.

The Scope Of Electrical System Energy Audit Includes

  • Collection of Data – Data collection from Generation, Distribution & Consumption areas.
  • Data Analysis & Identify Opportunities – Analyze collected data and derive energy saving opportunities.
  • Implementation of identified opportunities – Identified opportunities to be classified in to following categories and technical support to be provided for implementation.
  • Specific energy saving calculations.
  • Energy monitoring mechanism to track energy conservation.
  • Revalidation of cost saving opportunities post implementation.

Benefits Of Detailed Energy Audit In An Organization

  • Determination of energy efficiency and performance of electrical and thermal equipment’s and identification all possible energy saving measures to minimize energy consumption.
  • About 10-15% of energy cost conservation potential obtained in similar industries based on our experiences.
  • Savings from straight implementation without any investment.
  • Savings from medium investment with payback.
  • Savings from long-term investment with Payback.


The methodology that would be adopted by NAVITAS is given below

  • Discussion with plant head /field personnel.
  • Review and analysis of past performance data.
  • Measurements of required parameters using Energy audit instruments.
  • Conduct of efficiency and performance improvement trials/tests .
  • Discussion of the findings and recommendations with plant personnel.
  • Detailed techno economic analysis and Presentation to Management.
  • Report submission