An analysis of the property's energy use with inventory of investments and long term maintenance plan.
Do you know how much energy and climate emissions of your real estate could be reduced and how the occupant conditions could be improved?
Do you know how the most sensible investments could be arranged, could energy be produced locally or what other repairs to real estate should be performed in the next few years?
The solution can be found in an energy audit and a long-term plan (LTP).
An energy audit identifies and analyses the energy use of an auditable facility, the energy saving potential, and presents the saving measures, their profitability calculations and the impact on CO2 emissions. An energy audit also examines the opportunities for using renewable energy sources.
In connection with an energy audit, we map out the building service technology systems in detail, interview occupants and plan measures.
An energy audit for large companies became mandatory in 2015. The Energy Efficiency Act obliges large companies to conduct an energy audit of a company every four years.
The energy audit obligation applies to companies or groups with more than 250 employees or a turnover of more than EUR 50 million and a balance sheet of more than EUR 43 million.
LTP, the long-term plan for real estate maps its maintenance needs for the next 10 years.
The LTP serves as a strategic tool for maintenance. It can be used to plan maintenance budgeting and decide on investment schedules.
The LTP identifies potential repair needs, for example in terms of energy efficiency and in terms of heat, water, air conditioning, electricity and telecommunications. In addition, the plan reviews the needs related to technical repairs and improvements to real estate’s functionality.