Final Energy Audit Report
The exact format of an audit report depends on the exact objectives of the audit and on the nature of the plant under audit. There is no particular standard format for audit reports, but it is important that the report be clear and concise rather than being written in a rigid predefined format. It should involved charts and graphs to display information graphically whenever possible. All assumptions should be clearly begun and explained. Recommendations must be as clear as possible and include quantitative detail.
A classic report should hold the following elements: Preface, Executive Summary, Background and Plant Description, Findings and Recommendations. We now briefly elaborate each element.