Basic Energy Auditing

Middlesex Community College


Target student: A field engineer, junior energy auditor or accomplished residential energy auditor aiming to become proficient in auditing large commercial and institutional facilities. This program introduces the student to the wide variety of energy using systems found in large commercial and institutional facilities. This 20-hour course will cover components that make up the various systems; how they work, how they are controlled, and the many ways in which energy consumption can be reduced.

Energy using systems to be studied include: HVAC systems, cooling towers, chillers, boilers, ighting, fans, pumps, motors, etc. This class dovetails into Advanced Energy Auditing, where calculation methodologies are taught. This class will grant 20 PDHs or 2.0 CEUs.