EnerCoSS Key Strengths

EnerCoSS believes we will bring a number of key strengths to bear in conducting the assessment as follows:
• We are very familiar with SNI/ISO 50002:2014 Energy audits — Requirements with guidance for use;
• We have members of staff who are United Nation Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)’s trained experts and our founder is National Project Coordinator of Industrial Energy Efficiency (IEE) project in Indonesia;
• Our team members are certified as Energy Auditor and Energy Assessor;
• We have members of staff who have already conducted Energy in Mining, Food & Beverage, Oil and Gas, Petrochemical and Heavy Industry;
• We have members of staff who has a Master degree in turbine especially gas turbine.

EnerCoSS’s approach to providing a detail energy audit focuses on the identification of the potential for energy improvements, understanding the general processes that have major impact to Our client’s energy performance as well as financial performance.
We believe those attributes together with our working experiences, place us in a unique position to assist in this program.


Energy Audit Output

The type of energy audit conducted in accordance with ASHRAE (American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers) is divided into three types:
• ASHRAE Level 1 Energy Audit: Walk-through Analysis / Preliminary Audit
• ASHRAE Level 2 Energy Audit: Energy Survey and Analysis
• ASHRAE Level 3 Energy Audit: Detailed Analysis of Capital Intensive Modifications / Investment Grade Energy Audit (IGEA) – Where there is no level 3 audit in Indonesia, there are no regulations that regulate it and it is rarely done.

Audit level 1 and level 2 as explained above can already be used to abort the requirements in PP 70 of 2009 and PerMen ESDM Number 14 of 2012 related to Energy Audits, the reporting differences between the two levels and their implementation in the generally industry are as follows:

Level 1 Energy Audit Report Output (At Agreed Audit Limits) Industry Implementation
· Executive Summary
· A brief description of the target audit object/facility (according to audit limits)
· Audit scope/methodology
· Preliminary analysis in the form of benchmark analysis of secondary data from the company
· Energy review process and energy use profile (Energy Review)
· The process of determining Significant Energy Uses (SEU)
· Energy Baseline Determination Process
· General description of Energy Management implemented by the company
· List of no-cost and low-cost implementations of Energy Management
· Potential savings that can be considered going forward
· Explanation from the company regarding energy flow and production processes
· Collection of data – secondary data on energy users and energy consumption
· Site visits to each energy user within the limits of the energy audit
· Discussions and interviews with PIC from the company
Level 2 Energy Audit Report Output (At Agreed Audit Limits) ·Industry Implementation
· All items in the Level 1 audit
· More comprehensive analysis of energy use
· Descriptions of energy-consuming devices and descriptions of energy systems
· Description of energy improvement recommended or not economically feasible
· Summary of installed costs, energy savings, and Operational and Maintenance (O&M) savings
· Detailed energy calculation analysis
· Measurements and Verification (M&V)
· All items in the Level 1 audit
· Measurements of energy users agreed within the audit limits. Measurements when possible use equipment from the auditor to the extent possible
· Measurements are usually carried out on significant energy users and in accordance with audit limits, for example:
· Measurement on the Gas Turbine Generator (GTG) exhaust gas stack for temperature parameters and O2 or CO2 content using a flue gas analyzer
· Electrical measurements at GTG output
· Electrical measurements for electric energy users, for example in (Conveyor, Pumping Systems, Motor Systems)
· Visits and measurements focus on significant energy users and focus on audit constraints