Green Zone Surveys, an energy evaluation company based in Newcastle, has launched a revolutionary new energy analysis software, GreenAudit. This software offers a superior level of detail and analysis compared to existing energy audit reports. GreenAudit also provides a deeper breakdown of energy consumption, which allows for a better understanding of energy reduction opportunities. The software will enhance the standardization of energy audits across the company’s services in terms of format and recommendations, simplifying the customer’s comprehension and reaction to the reports. GreenAudit stands out in the market since it automates the compilation of consumption information, rather than relying on manual inputs.
According to Ben Palmer, Technical Manager at Green Zone Surveys, “GreenAudit will be an important tool in our delivery of energy audits from our in-house technical team, increasing the speed of calculations, report delivery and client understanding of energy saving opportunities.” A commercial energy audit can detect areas where energy is being consumed inefficiently, potentially resulting in a decrease in costs by up to 17% annually. Furthermore, audits can suggest proper investments in energy-efficient technologies such as LED lighting, energy-efficient plant and equipment, or energy monitoring systems.
The GreenAudit software is a ground-breaking tool for businesses that want to understand their energy consumption and reduce their energy output, as well as costs. The software enables businesses to monitor their energy consumption more efficiently by detecting areas of wastage and unnecessary usage. Consequently, GreenAudit can assist businesses in their cost reduction efforts, minimize environmental impact by identifying carbon outputs, and reaching their sustainability goals.
Callum Thompson, CEO of Green Zone Surveys, states that “GreenAudit is a revolutionary tool in assisting businesses to better understand where they are consuming energy and to introduce measures to reduce their output and ultimately their costs.”