Cost reduction, less CO₂ emissions: you have good reasons to save on energy. But where to start? How do you find out, for example, where an installation consumes the most energy? Ask us for an Energy Check. We measure your energy consumption per component or area and record our findings in a structured manner. The detailed overview that arises will help you discover which measures will enable you to make optimum savings.
Get a grip on energy consumption
Our Energy Check includes:
- a report with our findings
- an assessment with advanced measuring equipment
- an overview of our measurement results
- a discussion of possible improvements
- an estimate of the time required in advance
An Energy Check also helps you to save money, for example, by reducing the reactive power of your installations. This can also prevent a possible conflict with your energy supplier. Would you like to know more? Make an appointment with one of our experts.
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