Energy audit

1. Energy audits are carried out by licensed energy auditors as required by law.
2. The energy audit is accompanied by a report that includes:
a) an assessment of the current level of energy consumption for the energy audit object, such as buildings, industrial facilities and other objects being evaluated;
b) proposal of energy saving measures to be taken, including economic justification;
c) data on the total amount of savings available;
ç) the final opinion of the energy auditor's expert on the potential for energy efficiency and related technical solutions.

3. The auditor shall send a copy of the energy audit report and the relevant technical solutions to the Energy Efficiency Agency for those persons subject to mandatory audit or when the audit is carried out under a program funded by the Energy Efficiency Fund.

4. Energy audit is mandatory for:
a) all natural and legal persons applying for a program funded by the Energy Efficiency Fund to promote and improve energy efficiency;
b) state institutions or entities that are large energy consumers and funded entirely or partially by the state budget; c) all natural and legal persons, not included in letter "b", of this point, who are large consumers of energy.

5. Mandatory energy audits are performed:
a) every 3 (three) years for natural and legal persons, as defined in letters "b" and "c" of paragraph 4 of this article; b) Every time, before a building, industrial object, and other objects being evaluated are put into operation and / or when they are first constructed or undergo a substantial renovation.

6. Public buildings and industrial facilities that are major energy consumers subject to mandatory audit should, within two years of receiving audit results, meet the recommended measures and actions to improve efficiency of energy.

7. Physical or legal entities, subject to energy audits, shall pay the expenses incurred by the auditor, as well as the expenses for the implementation of the technical solution provided by the auditor for saving and saving energy.

8. The detailed content of an energy audit and minimum fee for the energy auditor is set out in the regulation drafted by the Energy Efficiency Agency and approved by the Minister and the Minister responsible for construction.