Energy Assessments - ASHRAE LEVEL I, II and III

What's an Energy Audit in the First Place?

An energy audit is the very first step to making a commercial facility more energy efficient. It identifies where, when, and how energy is being used in a building. It can also identify areas where energy efficiency upgrades will produce energy savings.

Auditing your building’s energy usage is large step to building a solid plan for improving energy efficiency. If you go without an energy audit, you may be spending more money than you think on projects improving your building’s energy efficiency but, in fact, they really aren’t.

ASHRAE categorizes energy audits into three different levels and they differ based on how intense they are and what type of outcome comes from each level. ASHRAE helps you, so you should take some time and learn exactly how.

What does ASHRAE mean or stand for?

ASHRAE stands for the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air – Conditioning Engineers, and was founded in 1894. ASHRAE is a global society advanced through sustainable technology for the built environment. ASHRAE says, “The Society and its members focus on building systems, energy efficiency, indoor air quality, refrigeration and sustainability within the industry.”

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What is the difference between ASHRAE I, II, and III?

ASHRAE Preliminary Audit
ASHRAE LEVEL I : Walk Through Assessment
ASHRAE LEVEL II : Energy Survey and Analysis
ASHRAE LEVEL III : Detailed Analysis of Capital Intensive Modications