We carry out energy audits (EA) in commercial buildings, industry, and fleet road sector, with the aim of improving energy efficiency, in compliance with Dec-Law 68A/2015, Regulation for the Intensive Energy consumers (RGCIE), and Regulation of management of energy consumption for the Transport Sector (RGCEST). Our methodology is based on international standards (ISO50002) and the International Protocol for Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP).
We provide Indoor Air Quality Audits, in order to comply with the Environment Agency regulations, with regard to Indoor Air Quality.
The Audit gives a clear idea of the IAQ and provides a set of recommendations on how to operate air conditioning systems in accordance with International Standards and recommendations from the World Health Organisation. As well as presents solutions on how to operate systems in the presence of COVID-19.
The Indoor Air Quality is carried out according to the criteria described in the regulation in force, DL118/13, 20 August 2013, ordinance 353-A 04 December 2013 in conjunction with APA methodology.
Energy audit of a building is a systematic procedure that aims to evaluate the building’s existing energy consumption, identify the potential energy savings, and report the findings. It helps to reduce costs in your facility, the impact of greenhouse gas emissions, and inevitably, brings green solutions. "If we can´t measure it we can't improve it"
“In the society, we live in, people spend about 80 to 95% of their time indoors. The high permanency of people in indoor environments presents the possibility of exposure to contaminating agents that are potentially harmful to public health.“
Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) has been a target of great interest by the scientific community in recent years, mainly because of the evidence that poor air quality has harmful effects on its occupants, affecting health, comfort, and productivity. According to World Health Organisation (WHO), 35.7% of respiratory diseases, 22% of chronic diseases, 5% of bronchitis, and 5% of cancers are caused due to Indoor contamination levels. Currently, research in Indoor Air Quality seeks to establish a harmony between occupancy comfort, energy efficiency, and compliance with current regulations with the main objective, the protection of human health.