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ДТЭК ЕСКО надає послуги з фінансування та реалізації «під ключ» заходів щодо енергоефективності за умовами договору енергосервісу, допомагає своїм клієнтам впроваджувати системи енергоменеджменту, проводить енергетичні аудити, навчає співробітників клієнтів і всіх бажаючих основ енергоменеджменту та енергоаудиту.

Energy audit

An energy audit allows to determine the potential of energy resources saving by an energy-consuming site (a building, an enterprise, equipment), and to determine a plan and resources to achieve the saving.


The energy audit is often compared with “diagnosis” of the site before “treatment” of this site. Calculations and benchmarking of the site’s actual condition and energy consumption against standard indicators account for 90% of work to conduct the energy audit. A difference between these indicators allows to determine the saving potential.

In order to conduct the energy audit, a structure of the site itself (walls, a roof, windows, an attic, a cellar, doors and a basement), heating, ventilation and refrigerating systems, air-conditioning systems, hot and cold water supply system, pumping equipment, electric engines, internal and external electric lighting, utility systems, power supplies (boilers, renewable energy sources, heat pumps, etc.) are examined.

Energy audit report

An energy audit report means a document in the form of a business plan with annexes and figures, in which the following information is provided:

  • energy resources saving potential;
  • necessary energy efficient measures plan;
  • description of and recommendations for implementation of measures;
  • payback period for each measure;
  • possible sources of financing (client’s funds, loan or grant financing, investments through the mechanism of energy service);
  • annex with thermograms.


Types of energy audit

DTEK ESCO specialists carry out the following energy audits:

  • energy audits of buildings and facilities of public and municipal sectors – schools, kindergartens, universities, hospitals, clinics, spa resorts, community centers, public authority premises;
  • energy audits of apartment buildings, in particular those which have apartment building co-owners associations and housing cooperatives established, and audits ordered by managing companies;
  • energy audits of commercial buildings – office centers, trade centers, warehouses and hotels;
  • energy audits of enterprises – a complete energy audit of the whole enterprise, individual workshops and production areas, equipment, production premises, office and amenity buildings, enterprises’ boiler houses and CHPPs;
  • energy audits of electric lighting systems – city street lighting, electric lighting in offices, enterprises, trade centers and other sites;
  • energy examination of private houses and apartments;
  • thermal imaging of a site with recommendations to prevent heat losses. To find energy audit examples, please refer to Our Projects section.

To find energy audit examples, please refer to Our Projects section..


Experience in energy audits

Energy examinations are carried out by certified DTEK ESCO energy auditors, experienced in audits of the following sites:

  • more than 650 buildings and facilities – dwelling, administrative and office buildings, kindergartens, schools, hospitals, community centers, trade centers, production premises and warehouses;
  • 40 industrial enterprises;
  • 12 DTEK enterprises; 3 coal concentrating mills, 3 mines, 3 TPPs, 3 energy supplying companies.

Equipment in use

When conducting an energy audit, our specialists use special equipment:

  • thermographic camera – to determine clearly where heat is lost;
  • pyrometer – to quickly measure a temperature of object’s surfaces;
  • illumination meter – to determine a level and quality of illumination;
  • thermal mass flowmeter – to measure the speed of air flow, its temperature and humidity; used to reveal draughts and examine the quality of ventilation in a building;
  • laser ranger – to check actual dimensions of examined premises and the structure of a building;
  • current clamp – to accurately measure currents, resistance, voltage, frequency, capacity of condensers and to measure temperature.


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