We also work closely with our UK counterparts who have successfully carried out Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme (ESOS) requirements for clients.
- Veolia is an SEAI-approved Registered Energy Auditor
- Skilled assessors experienced in site surveys and energy analysis
- Proven track record in implementing energy management systems that conform to ISO 50001
- Tailored pricing solutions to achieve compliance
- Energy Performance Contracts to realise the value of the Energy Audit Scheme recommendations
Can anyone complete an audit?
In short, no. The legislation states that it must be carried out by qualified and/or accredited experts.
In response to legislation and its appropriate application, the sustainable authority of Ireland (SEAI) is developing a Register of Energy Auditors.
It sets out the compliance criteria for Ireland and recommends that to comply fully, you must use a Registered Energy Auditor.
Your guide to the Energy Audit process
- Examine energy use
Assess and audit the energy use of your key buildings, transportation and industrial or commercial processes.
- Identify significant energy use
Determine the areas that represent at least 70% of the total energy consumption.
- Appoint Energy Auditor
Appoint a Registered Energy Auditor capable of managing the requirements set out in the Energy Audit Scheme.
- Identify efficiency savings
Find cost-effective ways to improve energy efficiency in areas of high energy consumption.
- Sign off and compliance
Notify SEAI once the CEO or Director has signed off a completed Energy Audit assessment and you are compliant with your obligations under the scheme.