Energy Audit Report Evaluates Energy Consumption and Identifies Cost-Effective Energy Conservation Measures

Somerset County Business Partnership

DeFeo Associates performed an extensive energy audit of the Somerset County (N.J.) Business Partnership's 8,000 s.ft. office building to evaluate energy consumption and identify cost-effective energy conservation measures and corresponding carbon emissions reduction.

Somerset County NJ Business Partnership Energy Audit.
Somerset County Business Partnership

Lower Energy Consumption Energy Audit Poor Windows.
The original building has old style, poorly designed thermal windows.

Reduce Energy Costs with Motion Sensors.
Lights installed with Motion Sensors can help reduce energy costs.

Friendly reminders can help train employees to also reduce energy costs.
Friendly reminders can help train employees to also reduce energy costs.

A non-operational exit sign is a safety issue.
A non-operational exit sign is a safety issue.

Electronic devices left in the ON position result in energy loss.
Electronic devices left in the ON position result in energy loss.

Natural Daylight can be an effective energy conservation method.
Natural Daylight can be an effective energy conservation method.

Thermostats were reconfigured to maximize energy savings.
Thermostats were reconfigured to maximize energy savings.

A non-insulated heating unit can result in standby heat loss.
A non-insulated heating unit can result in standby heat loss.


The study included a physical survey, equipment assessment, energy consumption analysis and payback analysis.

DeFeo Associates examined the impact of building construction, the thermal envelope, lighting and lighting controls, office equipment and HVAC systems on the SCBP's energy costs.

DeFeo provided the Somerset County Business Partnership a number of recommendations to lower energy costs, ranging from behavioral changes to equipment and environmental upgrades.

View the complete Energy Audit Report from NJ’s DeFeo Associates

View the complete Energy Audit Report from NJ’s DeFeo Associates

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