Before you use this tool, you may want to read the further analysis presented here: ENERGY EFFICIENCY: Take 10 Steps to Conduct an Energy Audit.
To improve the energy efficiency of your company’s operations, you first need to know how much energy it uses and where. That’s why you should conduct an energy audit.
HOW TO USE THE TOOL
Use this checklist, which is from the Energy Audit Manual and Tool developed by the Office of Energy Efficiency of Natural Resources Canada and the Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation, to develop a mandate for your energy audit that makes the audit’s goals and objectives clear and outlines the key constraints in timing, resources and access to facilities or areas.