• Tapping Solar energy to become energy independent & reduce power bills.
  • SolarEdge Company engineers at work.
  • Turning parking lots into solar power plants
  • Solar water heating systems
  • SOS Mombasa-Grid-tied Solar PV System
  • Solar PV system at St. John the Baptist,Ikalaasa, Mwala.C/O: Sisters of the Providence for The Abandoned Children-Off-grid solar PV system
  • Bishop Kioko Hospital
  • Grid-connected Solar PV System

Energy Audits

An energy audit involves assessment of energy consumption trends in an institution to establish its consumption patterns and practices so as to identify areas where energy is wasted or is inefficiently used in order to identify Energy conservation opportunities (ECO’s) available to the given institution. Energy Conservation Measures (ECM’s) are recommended for implementation at the end of the audit exercise. In most institutions energy audits have revealed the possibility of about 10-20% savings without any capital costs and up to 25-45% with some form of investment in energy conservation equipment.
Benefits from an energy audit.
Lower operational costs: arises from savings on energy bills when the recommended ECM’s are implemented and subsequently a healthier bottom line for the institution.
More informed product and service pricing: An audit will give your management vital information on energy costs associated with production and provision of particular services. This will be useful in evaluating the related prices.
Informed energy management decisions: The management will receive information detailing energy intensive operations in your institutions and hence will be empowered to make informed decisions when considering improved energy management practices.
Institution-wide energy conservation culture: The energy audit process will raise the consciousness and awareness levels of staff toward conservation making them more responsive to energy management initiatives.

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