Energy Audits

  • NEEP

NEEP Building Energy Benchmarking

Client: Polytechnic of Namibia

UNDP/MME/GEF supported Namibia Energy Efficiency Programme project. Investigation to benchmark energy consumption of 52 buildings across Namibia, including offices, large commercial shops and hotels. Study indicated a wide range of energy consumption patterns.

energy audits
  • energy audits

NEEP Building Energy Audit

Client: UNDP/MME/Polytechnic of Namibia

The Namibia Energy Efficiency Programme for buildings project called for Energy Audits of 12 buildings across Namibia. The energy audits provided bankable recommendations for retrofit interventions to save significant energy costs as well as carbon emissions reductions.

  • UNAM

UNAM hot water system investigation.

Client: University of Namibia

Survey and analysis of hot water generation using diesel boilers and electrical geysers on the campus. Feasibility study for solar water heating conversion which showed an 18 month breakeven period.

  • polytechnic

Polytechnic Energy Audit

Client: Polytechnic of Namibia

A survey of all electrical equipment and power logging performed on the Polytechnic main campus. Analysis showed that the Polytechnic could benefit from the implementation of energy management options. This included solar water heating, radio based ripple control system for air conditioning, energy efficient lighting conversion and a remote monitoring system.

  • NPTH

NPTH HQ Electrical Infrastructure & Energy Audit

Client: Namibia Post & Telecom Holdings

Electrical infrastructure investigation into the condition of the central NPTH/NamPost/Telecom Namibia building complex, together with an energy audit.

lodge enegry
  • lodge enegry

Lodge Energy Assessments

Client: WWF

This WWF sponsored project required Energy Assessments for 24 Conservancy based lodges across the Kunene and Caprivi regions of Namibia, with a view to converting from predominantly diesel generators to solar/diesel hybrid solutions. The assessments included energy efficiency conversions and considerations of carbon emissions reductions, which would result in lowering the total cost of energy. Implementation will provide a win-win benefit to both the local communities and lodge operators.