Enhance the material and energy use efficiency – with Energy and Material Flow Analysis
Resources and energy carriers are becoming increasingly scarce and valuable. The highly efficient use of raw, auxiliary and operating materials and energy carriers, coupled with the avoidance of waste and loss, are imperative.
Energy and material flow analysis enhances efficiency of material and energy use. The EU Directive 2008/1/EC (“IPPC Directive“) requires comprehensive analyses of all energy and material flows as part of the approval of new industrial installation, and the modernisation of existing ones. By opting for an Energy and Material Flow analysis (EMFA), you identify potential cost savings in your operations and establish resource and energy efficiency. TÜV SÜD’s EMFA services complements our services in plant engineering particularly for the Chemical, Oil and Gas industry.
TÜV SÜD experts have long-standing experience in plant engineering. As your independent partner we offer third-party testing and impartial assessments which help contribute to your company’s profitability. We can provide you with in-depth knowledge and understanding of all types of production systems, and can support you in the establishment and implementation of your EMFA system. In order to do this, we apply proven and flexible software systems. As your impartial and expert partner, we scrutinise your workflows to determine the best technical solutions that fit your organisation for the highest level of success. We can provide you with reliable solutions through a well-structured and focused approach.
Our services at a glance
- Project selection and project monitoring
- Data collection
- Establishing potential energy and cost savings
- Development of methods to capitalise on potential energy and cost saving
- Selection of suitable EMFA software
- EMFA implementation in conjunction with our clients
- Maintenance of systems and necessary adjustments based on operating conditions