Lighting Audits & Consultation
AES Lighting Group has been producing high quality lighting audits for over 10 years. Lighting technology is changing rapidly. Updating outdated lighting systems with new integrated lighting and controls can reduce your energy and maintenance costs and increase sustainability.
Our Energy Audit Process
Our energy consultants utilize a four-step process to collect information, assess financial considerations, provide recommendations and assure proper implementation so you receive a well founded plan with a minimum of risk.
1. GATHER BUILDING INFORMATION
Review floor plans and ceiling plans, verify dimensions and characteristics of the site, building and interior spaces.
2. GATHER OCCUPANT INFORMATION
Determine use and occupancy of each space. Interview stakeholders about their individual and corporate lighting needs and issues.
3. GATHER CURRENT LIGHTING SYSTEM INFORMATION
Existing fixture listing by space. Current number and type of lamps, ballasts and controls. Light level measurements and light fixture condition.
4. GATHER FINANCIAL INFORMATION
Get copies of the current energy bills including demand and other charges. Verify local rebates and other incentives available. Determine sources of financing and available finance options.
AES Lighting Group will take this information and generate an integrated solutions audit report and recommendation specific to your building and site. We can provide a Quick-Audit report that gives you an overview of how you can save operational dollars all the way to a highly detailed, value specific audit that compares various systems with supporting facts, figures and documentation that defines the benefits provided. Complete ROI analysis helps to keep any hesitation at a minimum.
To assure your new integrated lighting solution runs smoothly AES can help with the purchase and installation of your new system.
- Assist in preparation of bidding documents
- Coordinate the installation
- Lighting Controls start-up and commissioning
- Help prepare applications for financial incentives from local utilities and government agencies