All existing data about the customer’s company is gathered and joint site inspections are carried out. The collected information is merged into an energy balance sheet. From this balance sheet, we deduce optimisation measures for existing processes, or alternatively help define newly planned projects. Within the energy audit concrete measures are defined und their profitability is calculated within a feasibility study. A joint realization strategy including identification of public funding possibilities is defined. The value of cost reductions and public funding is normally higher than the costs of the energy audit.
The first steps are equal to the energy audit. In addition, an ongoing monitoring system is implemented. This enables a constant optimization of processes, even if they change. kleinkraft supports you in the implementation of certified energy management systems such as ISO 50.001 and 14.001 as well as EMAS.
At the end of the feasibility study, we provide an economic calculation and sizing, as well as recommendations for specific public funding opportunities and communication measures.
Supporting the implementation
The implementation of optimization measures is carried out by our customers and or partner companies. kleinkraft offers assistance in project management for these steps.
kleinkraft assists you in the selection of the fitting public funding program, as well as with the complete process of submitting and conducting these projects.
Selling of measures
Under the 2015 energy efficiency law of the European Union energy suppliers are obliged to reduce the amount of sold electricity or face penalties. To offset this, energy suppliers can purchase energy efficiency measures from third parties.
kleinkraft assesses your measures and gets the best price for them.
kleinkraft assists its customers with the submission of awards, which are then promoted via the awarding organisation, the communication channels of our customers, and our own social media channels.
For this purpose, kleinkraft develops new technologies and processes in the area of energy efficiency and renewable energy, as well as systemic solutions. Our research partners are the Austrian Institute of Technology, the Technical University of Vienna and the University of Applied Life Sciences.