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Energy Auditor / Audit Training Program
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How to Become an Energy Auditor

B.F. Environmental Consultants Inc has collaborated with a leading energy audit company to help train energy auditors.   The training program provides an introduction to residential and commercial energy training and the educator offers a certification program.    The energy training programs are provided online so you can learn in your free time from the comfort of home and are specifically designed to help people start their own energy audit business without spending a large amount of time or money in the process. 

An energy audit is an inspection, survey and analysis of energy flows in a building, process or system with the objective of understanding the energy dynamics of the system under study.  Typically, an energy audit is conducted to seek opportunities to reduce the amount of energy input into the system without negatively affecting the output(s). When the object of study is an occupied building then reducing energy consumption while maintaining or improving human comfort, health and safety are of primary concern. Beyond simply identifying the sources of energy use, an energy audit seeks to prioritize the energy uses according to the greatest to least cost effective opportunities for energy savings.

Featured Program- Energy Auditor Training and Energy Audit Certification -
RESNET- BPI- NEASI Energy Auditor Certification


Program # 1 - Home and Home Business Energy Audit Program 

A home or business energy audit is the first step in making your home, office, business, or institution more efficient. An audit can help you assess how much energy your home uses and evaluate what measures you can take to improve efficiency.  When a home owner gets an energy audit in their residence, they are immediately aware of areas in their home that are wasting energy. They are also educated on how to reduce, modify, or replace trouble areas. Here is a short list of how an energy audit helps homeowners.

1. Helps homeowners and home-based business understand how to Read Energy Bills.   You can finally show home owners how to understand what they are being charged for and educate them on how to see their cost savings in action every month as they start living more energy efficiently.

2. Indoor & Outdoor Lighting
- They understand bulb wattage and finally understand the costs and benefits associated with changing out their old light bulbs for the new “curly” CFL light bulbs.

3. Vampire Power
- They learn how their home electronics & major appliances are robbing them of energy and how it adds up on their bill every month.

4. Water Conservation
- They understand the benefits of “Low Flow” shower heads, reducing their water heater temperature and lots more. 

5. Heating & Cooling System Savings - They understand what changes can easily be made and how to calculate payback to determine when a major upgrade will start saving them money.

 For more information on the Residential Energy Audit Program.

Program # 2 -Business / Commercial Energy Audit Program 

The primary purpose of a business energy audit or commercial energy audit is to evaluate the energy consumption of commercial facilities or small business locations and make recommendations to eliminate wasted energy and lower monthly energy costs.  In most corporate settings, upgrades to a facility's energy infrastructure must compete for capital funding with non-energy-related investments. Increased energy costs and new tax credits from cities and the federal government are enabling small business owners to affordably update their commercial facilities and reduce their monthly energy costs.

"Comprehensive Commercial Energy Audit" training which focuses on lighting changes, major energy consuming systems, and water usage as these are the easiest areas for business owners to upgrade and provide the fastest return on their energy efficiency spending.  Based on information provided by the training center, the average savings shown from an Energy Audit is approximately 30%.  There are over 5 million small businesses in the United States that are currently in need of an energy audit.  Since BPI and RESNET only provide energy audit training for houses, this is an untapped market that you will be able to easily capitalize on. You can also earn a substantial income doing commercial energy audits because you will be able to charge into the thousands of dollars per inspection with no competition versus only charging a couple of hundred dollars per inspection in the residential energy audit marketplace.

 For more information on the Commercial Energy Audit Program.

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