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energy redesign is a private consulting office with 12 years of experience in the field of energy auditing and energy conservation.
Any energy user needs a "energy redesign", because we all consume energy in different ways and most of the times more then we really need.
we say that any energy user can reduce a lot of his energy consumption with only redesigning their energy.
Energy redesign is a new way of thinking about the every day work that we do and how we can do it better and much more efficient, it is comparable to any redesign work we do, in which the energy user is convinced that he is able to reduce energy consumption by working with the same systems or without changing his way of thinking.
our office in Israel has a lot of satisfied customers. Among our customers are business and public organizations from a wide variety of sectors. The sectors include: industrial factories, universities, hospitals, governmental facilities and service centers, hi-tech companies, retail chains, commercial centers, office buildings, etc.
energy redesign aims to become a global company in the energy auditing and conservation (electricity, fuel, and gas),
for the profit, benefit, and the environment conservation.
what is An energy audit
An energy audit is an inspection survey and an analysis of energy flows for energy conservation in a building and plants.
It may include a process or system to reduce the amount of energy input into the system without negatively affecting the output.
In commercial and industrial buildings, an energy audit is the first step in identifying opportunities to reduce energy expense and carbon footprint.
Industrial energy audits
Increasingly in the last several years, industrial energy audits have exploded as the demand to lower increasingly expensive energy costs and move towards a sustainable future have made energy audits greatly important. Their importance is magnified since energy spending is a major expense to industrial companies
This growing trend should only continue as energy costs continue to rise.
For industrial applications, it is the HVAC, lighting, and production equipment that use the most energy, and hence are the primary focus of energy audits.
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