According to art. 3 of Royal Decree 56/2016 “Large companies or groups of companies must undergo an energy audit every 4 years”.
What is an Energy Audit and why should it be done?
An energy audit is a technical study of energy consumer systems and analysis of their profitability, which audits the consumption of electricity and other energy sources (Natural Gas, Propane, Diesel, Fuel, Biomass …)
This study covers the energy consumption of buildings, industrial/commercial facilities, and vehicle fleets, fulfilling two objectives:
- Analyze and evaluate the installation energetically.
- Find measures that provide consumption savings.
According to Art. 3 of Royal Decree 56/2016 “Large companies or groups of companies must undergo an energy audit every 4 years,” with the deadline for the audit being 11/14/2016, through an inspection and sanctioning system established by the CCAA.
The energy audit allows the analysis of the state of the systems that comprise buildings, facilities for:
- Identify the specific needs of the company
- Evaluate installed equipment and modes of use
- Knowing the energy demand of the company
This is how it’s done:
- Establish improvements in energy management
- Determine the investments to be carried out
- Identify the payback period for these investments
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