Within the framework of the German energy efficiency efforts, the Energiedienstleistungsgesetz (EDL-G) has legally required companies that are not classified as a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) to implement energy audits. A company is considered to be subject to audit if one of the following criteria is met:
- At least 250 employees or
- An annual turnover of more than 50 million euros or a yearly balance sheet of more than 43 million euros.
However, an energy audit for your company is worthwhile not only for legal reasons, but also for revealing weak points and for identifying potentials in energy efficiency, thus, assessing and realizing long-term investments in current energy technologies. Based on an energy audit according to DIN EN 16247-1, the energy input and consumption of your company are examined and the main energy consumers are identified. As a result of this analysis, opportunities for improvement are determined and corresponding measures for energy saving are proposed. Energy efficiency is the key factor for a sustainable corporate management. The careful use of energy and raw materials reduces costs and increases competitiveness, at the same time.
The FC-Gruppe provides comprehensive consulting on the topic, including the preparation of a specific roadmap for your company to conduct an energy audit according to DIN EN 16247-1 and the EDL-G. Our energy experts will be at your disposal from the initial discussion to the final report. Based on carefully selected calculation and estimation methods, your consumption data are qualitatively and quantitatively determined and clearly presented in the final energy audit report. Use our experience in enhancing energy efficiency, in order to design economical and customized measures for your company.