A pre-project analysis is a comparison of the expected price of an investment with the cost of operation, over a long period of time.

It takes into account all the options selected during the Consultation phase. The method involves comparing a minimum of two alternatives (let’s call them tentatively V1 and V2), in terms of (A) expected investment cost and (B) probable operating expenditures (usually captured on an annual basis). Such a comparison would boil down, for example, to a summary of results, as in the table:

A comparison of expected investment vs. operating costs over the long term will determine which option is most advantageous in a given situation.

A version to compare:Price of investment (A)Maintenance cost (B)
Option V1Price for V1Cost with V1
Option V2Price for V2Cost with V2
ResaultV1 lub V2V1 or V2
The most advantageous choiceV1 or V2, because...

What does the pre-design analysis provide for the designated facility?

  • Reduces the price of investment in HVAC installations,
  • Prepares the facility for upcoming heat/energy sources,
  • Allows accurate allocation of costs among owners/tenants of premises,
  • Minimizes dependence on fluctuations in heat and energy prices on the market.

What does the analysis provide regarding the efficiency of an existing facility?

  • It iteratively reduces the annual cost of operation,
  • It indicates a clear path for saving on heat and energy,
  • Identifies irregularities in the facility’s heat and energy management,
  • It points the way to recuperate heat from the object’s intrinsic sources (heat recovery assimilation).

Pre-Project Analysis is also Up-to-date Investment Pricing, with acquisition date!

 Pre-Design AnalysisThe current investment price
Current condition of buildings and installations
E.g. an inventory of the actual equipment and condition of the facility. Its development is an essential element for action, in existing facilities.
Digital model of the building, which we compare with actual energy consumption
E.g. 3d object modeling includes information on both the strengths and weaknesses of a building. The model is a tool when analyzing heat and energy consumption data, and captured in the EnobEMS.
The optimal heat source for HVAC
E.g., how to optimally configure heat sources so that both the price for heat and the expected time (and cost) of operation are at an acceptably low level.
The optimum way to provide ventilation
E.g., comparing variants with central mechanical ventilation and decentralized ventilation. We also compare the capacity adjustment itself during under-utilization of the facility - potential over-flow.
The optimal way to provide air conditioning
Air conditioning is not just cooling. Systems based on heat pumps, whose operation is based on the transmission of heat and cold inside the building, are becoming economically viable.
The need for and benefit of systems integration (Smart)
E.g., measuring heat and power consumption for part of a facility, or for a dedicated technical process. Such data will outline an invaluable picture of the possibilities for improving the economic efficiency of facility operations.

Pre-Project Analysis

The potential for reducing the cost of investment and heat and energy consumption

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