GUILDFORD, SURREY, UK — Monday, 7th January 2013: Ecopare Ltd today announced that it has now standardised its energy auditing services and energy management solutions on the BS EN 16247-1 energy auditing standard. By adopting the BS EN 16247-1 standard Ecopare is able to constantly deliver its services and solutions at the highest level of quality and relevancy.
Initially Ecopare will use the BS EN 16247-1 general requirements standard which defines the attributes of a good quality energy audit, from clarifying the best approach in terms of scope, aims and thoroughness to ensuring clarity and transparency. All Ecopare’s services and solutions that deliver recommendations on how to reduce energy have been adapted to ensure a common reporting structure. This structure is based on the structure outlined in the BS EN 16247 standard.
Ecopare are also anticipating the adoption of part 3 of the EN 16247 standard which deals with energy auditing of industrial processes.
Craig Astfalck, Managing Director of Ecopare said: “Our clients expect us to lead them through a process of energy usage identification and energy waste elimination by using world class methodologies. By adopting the BS EN 16247-1 standard we can ensure that we are delivering our solutions with the highest level of quality.”
Since the launch of the BS EN 16247-1 standard in October 2012, Ecopare has tested the standard against a number of client energy audits and energy management solutions during the last quarter of 2012. Ecopare is confident that all its energy auditing and energy management processes and reports have been adapted to comply with the standard.
Ecopare is a dynamic new company that specialises in practical Energy Management solutions for the Manufacturing Sector. These solutions include energy audits, Lean Energy Management implementations and Energy Reduction programmes. Ecopare understands that manufacturers operate in a complex environment where simple energy reduction programmes may not add value. By revealing the power in the process, Ecopare can help manufacturers reduce wasteful energy practices.
For more information please see: http://www.ecopare.co.uk