Mohsen Shabaniverki

Electrical Engineer

Energy Engineer

Mohsen Shabaniverki

Electrical Engineer

Energy Engineer

Energy Auditing

As an energy auditor, I have extensive experience conducting energy audits for a variety of buildings and facilities, including residual and industrial units. 

I have done more than 15 energy audits for different industries over the years. In each of these projects, I conducted a thorough analysis of the facility’s energy consumption, identifying areas for improvement and recommending cost-effective measures to increase efficiency. By implementing my recommendations, these facilities were able to reduce their energy costs and lower their environmental impact. 

Here are some of the biggest organizations and companies that I worked with.

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Mohsen shabani project with LG

Some considerations that might be taken into account during an energy audit of a residual or industrial unit might include but not limited to:

  • The type and age of the facility and its systems: Older facilities and equipment tend to be less energy efficient, so identifying and replacing outdated systems can be an effective way to increase efficiency.

  • The facility’s operating hours: Energy use may be higher at certain times of the day or week, so understanding the facility’s operating schedule can help identify potential opportunities for energy savings.

  • The facility’s energy use patterns: Analyzing the facility’s energy use over time can help identify areas of high energy consumption and potential opportunities for improvement.

  • The efficiency of specific systems and equipment: Evaluating the efficiency of individual systems and equipment can help identify opportunities for improving energy efficiencies, such as upgrading to more efficient lighting or HVAC systems.