An energy audit is the first step to good energy management; you can assess your current performance and use this information to reduce consumption and costs, while meeting energy and environmental obligations. A typical energy audit will identify around 15-20 % savings, often through simple opportunities that can be implemented at no or low cost. On-site energy surveys generally include:

  • Lighting
  • Air conditioning plants
  • Space heating systems
  • Mechanical ventilation plants
  • Domestic hot water systems
  • Electrical equipment
  • Distribution systems
  • Building fabric
  • Commercial catering facilities
  • Leisure facilities
  • Chiller/cold storage plants

Carbon Reduction Commitment




We carry out comprehensive energy surveys and audits to assess the feasibility of energy efficiency measures and renewable energy technologies. Our service offering covers:

  • ESOS energy surveys – tailored to the requirements of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme/Article 8 of the EU Energy Efficiency Directive
  • Walk around surveys – identifying opportunities and providing a high level analysis
  • Budget-cost surveys – outlining opportunities and detailing budget requirements for action
  • Investment-grade surveys – identifying opportunities and providing investment advice

To ensure consistent quality and reporting, all our energy surveys are produced using the methodology outlined by EN16247-1. This defines the attributes of a good quality energy audit, from clarifying the best approach in terms of scope, aims and thoroughness, to ensuring clarity and transparency of reporting. By adopting this principle for every audit – regardless of whether it is for a building, method of transportation, or industrial process – we can agree the scope and methodology in advance, tailoring it to your organisation’s needs.

    A typical energy survey report includes

  • An executive summary
  • A graphical review of your recent energy consumption
  • An energy management web, reviewing internal energy policy and staff awareness
  • A list of housekeeping measures to address energy efficiency
    Energy saving recommendations includes

  • The likely cost of implementation
  • Achievable financial and energy savings
  • Thermal images and photographs to clearly identify opportunities




  • Expert advice from our whole team, not just one individual
  • A dedicated account manager so you always have a single point of contact
  • A wealth of in-house knowledge, owing to the 500+ surveys we carry-out each year
  • With a number of CIBSE Low Carbon Consultants in the team we are able to identify and report on a range of projects from simple electrical lighting specifications to complex mechanical production line specification
  • Access to CO2Manager to view proposed projects and associated costs and savings



Call us to discuss your requirements or arrange a visit from one of our experienced team. We can talk you through your exact needs and goals, and develop an energy survey plan to meet your business needs.


Any business looking to carry out energy surveys but lacking the internal resources and expertise to do so
To provide the expert knowledge that enables us to identify projects that will save energy and money
A detailed report highlighting potential energy saving measures, including the likely cost of implementation and expected payback
Q: What is this service?
A: This service is focused on carrying out site based energy surveys/audits, with the aim of identifying projects that could be implemented to save energy and money

Q: What are the benefits of this service?
A: Energise will come to your site(s) and identify energy saving measures that could be implemented. A report identifying the measures with each project written up as a business case, will then be provided.

Q: What can I expect to save by implementing this service?
A: This is really dependent upon how far down the ‘energy saving road’ you are as a company. However as a headline figure, we rarely go to a site and identify less than 10% savings overall.

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