Based on the EU Energy Efficiency Directive, the Austrian Energy Efficiency Act (EEffG) makes energy audits mandatory for large companies. The companies can decide whether they want to carry out an external energy audit every four years or introduce an energy management system (EnMS) according to ISO 50001.
e7 has the required qualification according to EEffG and is approved as a qualified energy service provider for all three areas buildings, processes and transport and is entered in the public register according to EEffG.
An energy audit by e7 focuses on the identification of energy saving potentials that have a particularly good cost-benefit ratio and can be implemented within a short period of time - often without investment costs.
In order not only to comply with the law, but also to increase the economic potential of an energy audit, e7 also accompanies the implementation and evaluation of measures - this is e7's "Energy Audit Plus".
Energy Management System according to ISO 50 001 / Environmental Management System According to ISO 14 001
An energy and environmental management system (EMS/UMS) follows organisational and strategic management approaches, collects energy and environmental data and develops technical and organisational measures to improve the energy and environmental performance of the company. This creates the prerequisites for sustainably reducing the company's energy consumption and environmental impact and saving costs.
e7 supports the analysis of the current situation, organizes internal workshops and helps to set up the management system. All energy flows and environmental impacts are systematically documented and deviations from the target path are analysed. Furthermore, e7 offers internal audits to ensure the continuous improvement of internal processes.
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