The ship energy audit is developed to assess the performance of the engines and consumers onboard in order to identify a potential for fuel/energy saving. It gives a comparison of onboard machines including engine performance evaluation: - present and test bed trial and sea trial data. Measures can then be advised to improve the engines’ performance.
The ship energy audit has two main features:
1) To pinpoint areas where fuel reductions may be possible for the vessel’s main consumers
2) Optimize the operation of energy consumers like motors, fans, HVAC Systems, etc.
We have carried out Energy Audits on VLCCs tankers and Aframax Bulkers.