Energy audit

A company conducts an energy audit to monitor energy use and consumption, e.g. regarding IT systems, building technology and manufacturing facilities. The aim is to technologically and economically improve the company's energy supply systems to reduce operating costs and to protect the environment.

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German energy-efficiency regulations require  large  companies (payroll of more than 250 and annual sales exceeding 50 million euros or a balance sheet total of more than 43 million euros) to do an energy audit first by December 5, 2015, and then every four years. Alternatively, it is possible to provide evidence of implementation of an energy and environmental management system. Small and medium-sized companies who voluntarily undergo an energy audit are not governed by the regulations.

The legislation is part of a series of initiatives to achieve German energy savings goals and transposes the European Union energy efficiency directive, dated 2012, into national law. Under the EU directive, energy efficiency in the EU must increase by 20 percent by 2020.

More information is available from the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Energ Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie