Energy Consulting and Engineering

Energy Consulting and Engineering

Energy Audit

NrG believes that each customer is unique and faces their own energy challenges. We begin with a complete review and understanding of your energy use by conducting an audit of your facilities and buildings.

The goal of the audit is to determine the current energy consumption of a facility and establish the scope of energy solutions that will be beneficial to your business. In doing so, we accurately size a system to the baseload of your facility to ensure there is no “uneconomical” feed-back into the grid or wasted excess energy.

As part of our audit process, we evaluate your energy metering, data analysis and management systems. We ensure that we can accurately monitor your systems and measure results to collect necessary data.

Our audits are aligned with the following standards:

  • UNIDO, King III and ISO 50001 international best practices and standards
  • National Cleaner Production Center, part of the Industrial Energy Efficiency Improvement Project
  • Private Sector Energy Efficiency Program launched by the National Business Initiative
  • Measurement & Verification Reports generated in accordance with IPMVP 2012 (International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol)
  • Six Sigma DMAIC methodology
  • Government departments and external funders

Energy Efficiency Projects

Picture1Our Team’s Approach

Implementing energy saving and efficiency projects is the first stage in improving any organization’s sustainability and reducing its environmental impact. The NrG team’s approach starts with a site audit to determine what and how much energy is used. Next, we identify and implement energy efficiency projects, before considering the installation of renewable energy generation technologies. All of our auditors are Certified Measurement & Verification Professionals (CMVP’s). The energy efficient technologies proposed to clients include efficient lighting, variable speed drives for motors, power factor correction and boiler efficiency improvements. In some cases, specialized audits on compressed air systems, refrigeration and boilers are completed to provide insight on both the demand and supply sides of a company’s energy approach.

In addition, energy savings can be achieved through implementing a management system focused on training staff and employees to become active contributors to the initiative. Each energy management system is based on the ISO 50 001 framework used globally, and auditing principles are applied using a combination of Six Sigma/DMAIC, International Measurement & Verification Protocols (IPMVP) and UNIDO principles.

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