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An energy audit is a deep dive into a client’s building and what drives its energy consumption. My goal during an energy audit is to identify what components of the building or its operation are driving the most energy consumption and find solutions to reduce that consumption in a cost-effective way.

A typical energy audit would look at the follow items in a building:

· Lighting · Schedules · Controls · Mechanical/HVAC systems · Water fixtures · Building envelope · Alternative energy options

The result of the audit would be to provide the client the most cost-effective ways to reduce their energy costs. These could include the following Energy Conservation Measures (ECMs):

· LED lighting

· Solar photovoltaic systems

· Natural gas generators

· New mechanical/HVAC equipment

· Low flow toilets and sink aerators

· Roofing, caulking and additional building envelop improvements

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