Our Services

Energy Management

Energy Auditing

A review of the energy use within an installation that will determine the opportunities to reduce or optimise the use of energy.

There are three levels of audits in accordance with AS/NZS 3598.

Energy Management Planning

The development of plans or strategies typically for a five year period and usually based on the results of an energy audit.

An Energy Management Plan will specify the expected achievements and allocate the areas of responsibility within an organisation.

Energy Account Management

Reviewing energy invoices combined with plant monitoring is one of the primary means to identify and evaluate energy efficiency projects. For some Companies energy is a major cost however they do not have the resources or expertise to assess their accounts.

Asset Integrity

Commissioning of Instrumentation and Electrical Systems

Generally from pre-commissioning where defects and “exception items” are identified through to plant livening. This activity is seen as critical to the life cycle of any equipment.

Inspection of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas

Hazardous Area inspections and the development of inspection Programmes. Plans can be tailored to fit an organisation’s particular operation. Inspections are carried out in accordance with AS/NZS 60079.

Electrical Equipment Surveys

The compilation and execution of inspection and testing schedules to ensure the continual technical integrity of electrical equipment.

"Effective energy management does more than reduce costs. Through its effect on production, operations, maintenance and environmental issues it drives the whole business to improved performance."
"Maintenance must be viewed as an integral element of the long term business success of any asset and must be treated as an area of business performance improvement and not as a cost to be wantonly reduced."
Dr. Neil Arthur

About our services

These services have been selected because of the similarities that exist and they are considered to be specialised.

Auditing, pre-commissioning, inspection and surveys all involve the
assessment of equipment and therefore certain activities can be combined.

The development of plans is part of the continuous improvement process
which is a characteristic of any successful organisation.

Technical Energy Developments Ltd. also reserves the right to advise clients of
opportunities that exist within their operation to reduce or optimise the use of energy.