Definition of energy audit
By JMD 5825/2010 concerning the
Regulation of Energy Performance of
Buildings (K.En.A.K), the energy audit
of existing and new buildings is
necessary. The energy audit is an
important action to save energy, and
applies to both industry and building
sector and for all energy technologies.
The energy audit is defined as the
process of assessing the actual energy
consumption of a household or a
workplace, the factors affecting them and methods to improve energy savings in buildings.
An energy audit includes:
. recording of energy consumption and characteristics
. processing of measurement results
. identification of specific energy
saving measures under the previous energy analysis. The objective of energy audit is the
energy classification of the building.
Definition of Energy Inspector
audits are conducted by the energy inspectors, who are licensed by the YPEKA and are
registered as Energy Inspectors. Energy Project has certified energy inspectors, who after
consideration of architectural and E/M projects, the insulating properties of your building,
maintenance sheets and other data relating to the building, prepare Energy Performance
Certificate which is valid for 10 years from the date of issue and propose solutions to
Who this may concern
By institutionalizing the process of energy audits of buildings and issue Energy Performance
Certificates, is required as of January 9, 2011 onwards, energy performance certificate for
transfers and the hiring of entire buildings. On July 9, 2011 the obligation extends to lease
parts of buildings. This certificate is necessary because without this there will be no transfers
The process of energy audit and issue Energy Performance Certificates for buildings, real
estate is equipped with a valuable tool directly related to the value of the property. A
valuable tool for both the real-estate agencies and for the individual buyer or tenant.
. The installation of double glazing saves up to 20%
. Insulation in walls and roofs up to 40%
. The maintenance of an energy home is lower than a conventional
Functional benefits that help manage an industrial unit or a building to improve comfort,
safety and efficiency of its employees (or their tenants of the building) or otherwise improve
the overall operation.
. reduce carbon dioxide emissions due to reduced consumption of energy produced from
. reduce emissions of nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide (noxious substances) due to reduced
consumption of energy produced from coal.
The aim, as expressed by the new European Directive on Energy Performance of Buildings is
that until 31/12/2020 all new buildings are buildings with nearly zero energy consumption.
Cost of energy audit
For the cost of an Energy Audit please call us.