Energy Efficiency

Energy Audit

Energy Audit targets to increase energy efficiency and comprised of following stages; data collection, measurement, evaluation and reporting.

The implementation of measures determined by Energy Audit under a project which targets to increase the energy efficiency is called Efficiency Improvement Project (EIP).

Altensis’ certified energy administrators and expert consultants offer all the services required for Energy Audit and Efficiency Improvement Project (EIP).  Under the guidance of the relevant regulations, these services include the following topics;

a) The optimization of combustion systems, combustion control and efficient combustion of fuels,
b)Achieving the highest efficiency in heating, cooling, air conditioning and heat ,
c) Thermal insulation of hot and cold surfaces in line with the standards, isolation of all units that are heat producing, distributing and using in order to minimize undesired heat losses or gains,
d) Increasing efficiency in converting heat to work,,
e) Prevention of losses in electricity generation,,
f) Increasing efficiency in converting electrical energy to mechanical energy or heat,
g) Minimization of the human factor with the help of automatic control applications,
h) To be considered in the selection of inputs in order to ensure an uninterrupted supply of energy,
i) Selecting mechanical equipment with high energy efficiency technologies by paying attention to the requirements of standardization and quality assurance,
j) Designing and applying the processes in order to reduce the unwanted heat loss or heat gain to a minimum in accordance with the provisions of the project,
k)Supply and installation of measuring devices related to energy efficiency during the construction and assembly stages,
l)The analysis of renewable energy, heat pumps and co-generation applications,
m) For lighting, selection of high-efficiency lighting fixtures and lamps, electronic ballasts, implementing lighting control systems, equipment and finding ways to use more daylight,
n) To ensure minimum efficiency criteria for energy-consuming or converting equipment which are defined in the provisions of the relevant legislation.