A COMPREHENSIVE ANALYSIS WITH PROPOSALS TO REDUCE CONSUMPTION
The goal of the audit is to find savings opportunities and to improve the energy efficiency in a building or part of it. Following a detailed analysis of the building’s energy consumption, our technicians proposed a series of actions to reduce it and improve the property’s energy costs through an action plan based on profitability criteria.
The Royal Decree 56/2016 of 12 February that conforms to the Energy efficiency European Directive 2012/27/UE requires large companies and corporate groups to perform an energy quality audit before 13 November 2016 and then with a minimum frequency of four years. This audit shall cover at least the 85% of the total energy consumption of all the buildings that the company currently occupies in the conduct of its business activities.
Tinsa Certify, with a highly qualified technical network throughout Spain, maintains a partnership with Lavola, a company with 30 years experience in sustainability and over 3,600 energy audits under its belt.
WHO IS IT FOR?
LARGE COMPANIES AND CORPORATE GROUPS
COMPANIES AND CORPORATE GROUPS WITH OVER 250 WORKERS, OR THOSE WITH A BUSINESS VOLUME EXCEEDING 50 MILLION EUROS AND A BALANCE SHEET EXCEEDING 43 MILLION.
NEEDING TO PERIODICALLY REVIEW THEIR REAL ESTATE ASSETS.
COMPANIES FROM ANY SECTOR
COMPANIES UPDATING THEIR INSTALLATIONS DUE TO OBSOLESENCE OR ENERGY INEFFICIENCY.
PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANIES
1. THE SITUATION.
A client has a 26-year-old commercial building. Its energy installations are old and obsolete, making its energy costs very high.
2. OUR SERVICES.
Tinsa Certify, together with Lavola, performed an energy audit of the building by carrying out a study on the savings opportunities and energy efficiency, an inspection of the installations and their external shells, and consumption studies of various installations.
3. THE RESULT.
The energy audit performed by Tinsa Certify-Lavola provided the client with a report containing 15 actions and potential savings of €205,000/year (7.3%) and an overall return period of six years.