The European Energy Efficiency Directive 2012/27/EU requires that every enterprise that is not an SME (small and medium enterprise) needs to have a valid energy audit by December 2015. The audit will assess the existing energy consumption and identify the whole range of possibilities to save energy. This should then result in proposals of well-defined energy saving measures. To obtain compliance with this environmental legislation the results of the energy audit must be officially registered and updated every 4 years.
This energy audit is part of the binding measures established by the Energy Efficiency Directive to help the EU reach its 20% energy efficiency target by 2020.
On October 27 Agoria, the Belgian federation for the technology industry, hosts an event sharing best practices with regard to energy savings both for buildings and industrial processes and demonstrating how to register the results of the energy audit.
BAC supports this event and will be present to advice on how evaporative cooling and the BAC solutions can help large enterprises save energy.