Large companies have less than a month left to comply with the energy audit obligations regulated by the Energy Efficiency Act. MVM Partner offers a new service package, which includes performing the audit for the customer, or introducing the ISO 50001 standard energy management system, which replaces the audit process.
An energy audit process is a specific methodology for assessing the points of the particular building or premises, where energy loss is possible, and determining or quantifying the opportunities for saving energy. In addition to discovering the energy losses, the possibilities for the application of modern technologies are also explored during the audit, such as renewable technologies, utilising waste heat as well as suggestions or measures for energy-conscious consumption.
The energy audit may be avoided, if the company is operating an energy management system according to the ISO 50001 standard, which has been certified by an accredited organisation. This is a management system, which aims at measuring and following up the company’s energy-efficiency and energy-consciousness in a continuous and quantifiable way, and the continuous monitoring of the impact of the already introduced measures, and in consequence increasing energy efficiency.
The MVM Partner Zrt. – recognising customer needs – introduced a new service package, which includes carrying out a full compulsory energy audit process, or, according to customer demand, setting up the energy management system based on the ISO 50001 standard. MVM Partner will be first assisting its customer working in the machine industry, Phoenix Mecano Kecskeméti Kft., in addition to Spar Magyarország Kereskedelmi Kft., and the Szombathelyi Erdészeti Zrt., in carrying out the energy audit process.