USAENE conducts energy audits to determine where, when, why and how energy is used on-site, identifying opportunities to improve efficiency. We lead the audit process by working closely with building owners, staff and other key participants throughout to ensure accuracy of data collection and appropriateness of energy efficiency recommendation.


Energy Audits include:



  • Collect and analyze utility data

  • Calculate EUI and compare to similar facilities

  • Assess energy efficiency improvement potential



  • Interview building staff

  • Visually inspect building and key systems

  • Collect data



  • Evaluate utility and site data

  • Analyze energy and cost savings

  • Develop list of recommended measures



  • Summarize findings

  • Exit meeting held to walk through final report

  • Action plan developed for next steps


USAENE’s EEA certified auditors work with clients to understand their project goals, available budget and determine which level of audit is needed. As an Energy Services Company (ESCO) we identify energy improvements, provide the capital required to install improvements, offer turn-key installation services, and guarantee energy savings.


Energy Audits Benefits:


  • No-cost operational or maintenance adjustments that will save energy

  • Short-term, low-cost energy efficiency retrofit recommendations

  • Action plans for energy efficiency capital investments

  • Comfort and code issues that can be addressed immediately

  • Opportunities for better adherence to lighting and comfort standards

In order to provide the best energy efficiency recommendations, energy use is analyzed holistically with certified technicians and experienced energy engineers. USAENE performs customized audits following the ASHRAE Standards, on three level scales depending on individual project needs. As audit complexity increases, so does thoroughness of the site assessment, the amount of data collected and the detail provided in the final audit report.


Level I: Site Assessment or Preliminary Audits identify no-cost and low-cost energy saving opportunities, and a general view of potential capital improvements. Activities include an assessment of energy bills and a brief site inspection.


Level II: Energy Survey and Engineering Analysis Audits identify no-cost and low-cost opportunities, and also provide Energy Efficiency Measures (EEM) recommendations in line with the client’s financial plans and potential capital-intensive energy savings opportunities. It also includes an in-depth analysis of energy costs, energy usage and building characteristics and a more refined survey of how energy is used on-site.

USAENE has specialized analysis software that give us access to database information and benchmarking. Also our team uses dedicated to compare and contrast thermal, electric and heat combined equipment.


Level III: Detailed Analysis of Capital-Intensive Modification Audits provide solid recommendations and financial analysis for major capital investments. In addition to Level I and Level II activities, Level III audits include monitoring, data collection and engineering analysis.


USAENE’s experience within the energy auditing field has allowed us to take part in several industrial cogeneration projects that were in need of electrical and thermal generation integration. The results of such projects are reflected in the outstanding energy and financial savings for our clients.


A stable industrial economy could allow renewal by balancing new technologies and services with the extincion of less effective practices. USAENE will look with some other like policymakers, business schools, modern entrepreneurs, new business concepts and established business that are environmental concerned, for new industrial paradigms to transition societies to a sustainable future.



Project Description: To perform preliminary assessments in 4 medium size companies in order to improve technological upgrading and financial profitability through energy efficiency.


For each of these companies, we performed a technical visit, where it was identified and analyzed the production process, identifying potential energy efficiency and technological opportunities conversions. We reviewed and made improvements in the following areas:


  • Organizational Capacity

  • Production Processes

  • Energy Matrix

  • Energy consumption


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Market Opportunities For Clean Energy and Energy Efficiency

Energy audits are the first step towards reducing energy use and improving the performance of facilities.


Energy audits are a pivotal tool to uncover operational and equipment improvements that will save energy, reduce energy costs, and lead to higher performance. Audits can be done as a stand-alone effort but may be conducted as part of a larger energy sustainability analysis across a group of facilities.