Whether you own a manufacturing business or a large commercial facility, it’s important to take programs and incentives that will help you save money on your energy bills. There are measures that can & will generate savings for you to positively make an impact on your bottom line immediately, also longer-term strategic initiatives to assess your needs and neutralize your energy spending in the longer run.
The very first thing to be done is to understand when you receive the audit report. Skim through the material that the energy auditor has provided you with, and make sure you understand it by heart.
In the best-case scenario, involve the auditor & discuss the findings of the whole audit. Hopefully, your auditor will make an in-depth presentation at the end of field study itself and also be available and able to answer follow-up questions later. Let this be carried out in the presence important personnel, including the heads of maintenance, plant manager, the in-charge of budgeting.
2. Prioritize and Implement the Changes
Start preparing for these steps right after you are done with the audit and make use of everything that you have gotten from the energy audit reports. The insights from the walkthrough of your audit journey will also play an important part in building up the essential foresight to achieve the energy management & will potentially save you from consuming more energy.