Conducting an Energy Design Review

May
2013

Formal energy design reviews help to ensure that energy is treated as a key factor in decision-making throughout the various stages of a design project. This approach can significantly improve a site’s energy performance.

An energy design review (EDR) is a structured, interdisciplinary analysis of the design of an industrial project to determine the most-efficient energy solutions that also allow the project to operate safely and reliably. Companies carry out these reviews to help maximize the energy efficiency and competitive advantage of their facilities, thereby reducing lifetime operating costs and improving the return on their investment.

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