Public Sector Energy Audit

Our aim is to improve energy efficiency in buildings, amenity facilities owned by County Councils across the country.

  • Reduce the cost and level of energy consumption for the council and other public sector organisations.
  • Reducing the carbon emissions of the council.
  • There is a direct financial incentive for the Council to monitor, control and reduce its overall outputof CO2
    emissions, primarily in relation to the Carbon Reduction.

Energy use of buildings monitored and reviewed, report with opportunities to reduce energy consumption identify and quantify in terms of the estimated amount of energy reduced, energy cost reduction and energy cost savings.

Commercial Energy Audit

Is your business on the right tariff? Are you using excessive energy?

As a business owner you need to know if you are on the right tariff and the right supplier for your electricity consumption. This can be achieved by extensive monitoring of your property.

  • Energy Survey.
  • Energy Audit.
  • Energy supply network monitoring.
  • Energy supply billing analysis.
  • Lower Energy Bills and Improve Energy Performance

We provide energy assessments to small businesses and non profit organisations to help them make informed electrical, heating and hot water energy decisions and implement energy efficiency strategies. Our commercial assessments help identify economically viable improvements that yield substantial annual energy savings.

Industrial Energy Audit

We can now offer a comprehensive solution to your energy usage and consumption management. Our energy audits assist industrial companies or facilities in understanding how they use energy and help to identify the areas where waste occurs and where opportunities for improvement exist. An energy audit is a key to assessing the energy performance of an industrial plant and for developing an energy management program.

  • Energy supply billing analysis.
  • Energy supply network monitoring.
  • Energy supply usage trending.
  • Production plant energy consumption zoning, trending and cost analysis.
  • Specific asset consumption, trending and cost analysis.

We offer the following: Energy Survey, Energy Audit, Energy Monitoring, Energy Management, Energy Efficiency, Energy Procurement, Site analysis and system design, Billing analysis, Software and Systems Data Backup, Thermal Imaging, PAT Testing, Hardware and control systems supply.:

  • Energy Survey,.
  • Energy Audit,
  • Energy Monitoring
  • Software and Systems Data Backup

Any Thermtec survey carried out will only be a first step on your journey to lower energy costs, improved environmental performance, and the benefits of active energy management.

Home Energy Audit

Have you ever thought of reducing energy usage in your home as you have as you have high electricity bills over the last months?

What can a home energy audit do for you?

When a home energy audit has been conducted in your own home, they highlight where your home is using excessive energy will be pointed out. A home energy audit also allows you to recognise how effective your heating system is. Furthermore, a home energy audit will also give you ideas on how to conserve the hot water that you use on a daily basis.

Why do you need to employ a home energy auditor?

A home energy audit is the first step to assessing the amount of energy that you consume in your home and it also offers you ways on how to evaluate the appropriate measures which you can apply to conserve your energy use and reduce your monthly bills.

Who can you rely to conduct the home energy audit?

You can hire an expert home energy auditor or do it yourself. Of course you will be paying for the services of the home energy auditor. With an expert, you know that they can perform a thorough audit of your home energy consumption. An auditor makes use of a series of equipment and techniques to determine the precise energy structure existing in the home. Among the equipment used in home energy audit are electricity monitoring devices, infrared cameras are used to reveal hard to detect areas of poor insulation as well as the blower doors that gauge the leaks in the entire building envelope.