Energy efficiency case studies in the commercial sector

Our expert team has carried out assessments in energy efficiency and renewable services all around the world. With the potential to reduce your energy consumption by up to 50%, it could offer a big cost saving and meet the energy requirements of the country you operate in.

Energy audit at KPMG office blocks – Dublin

KPMG is a top international consultancy company. Its global network of professional firms provide audit, tax and advisory services to thousands of customers worldwide. An energy audit of its two large office blocks in Dublin uncovered a savings potential of up to 40% of its annual energy usage.

Tallaght University hospital energy audit – Dublin

Tallaght University Hospital is one of the largest hospitals in Ireland. When they decided to improve their energy efficiency, they contacted Maximpact for help. An energy audit was conducted and a potential energy saving of 35% was identified.

Penneys department store project: uncovering a potential energy saving of 26%

Penneys is one of Ireland’s leading retailers. The largest store is located in Dublin’s Dundrum shopping centre, one of the largest shopping centres in Europe. An energy audit carried out for Penneys by Maximpact identified a potential energy savings of 26%.

Energy efficiency project: Croke Park stadium – Dublin

Following a redevelopment programme that began in the 1990s, Croke Park stadium had a capacity of 82,300, making it the third-largest stadium in Europe. Maximpact conducted a comprehensive energy audit that identified a potential energy savings of over 40%.