Solutions to optimize government offices


  • Short-term solutions for reducing electricity consumption and costs in government buildings:

1- Appointing one of the specialized employees in this field as the person in charge of building energy

2- Personnel training, personnel training, and personnel training again (has the highest productivity)

3- Informing the personnel and creating a sense of responsibility in the correct use of energy at work

4- Using saving information banners (water, electricity, gas) in different places and reminding colleagues and clients frequently.

5- Using teachers of energy fields in motivational training to optimize energy consumption

6- Preparation of a complete copy of the as-built map of the electrical facilities of the office building

7- Maximum use of sunlight in lighting the rooms

8- Cleaning windows and removing dirt and environmental pollution

9- Cleaning the lights and periodically checking the health of all lamps

10- Timely replacement of burnt lamps and replacement with low-consumption lamps

11- Replacing old transformers with fluorescent lights and installing electronic ballast on the same lamps

12- Installing timers for lights in low-consumption areas

13- Installation of optical sensors in staircases and corridors

14- Review and inspect the power of the lights installed in the rooms and increase or decrease if necessary

15- The guard’s control and inspection of the shutdown status of the rooms at the end of working hours

16- Creating individual or group incentives for the correct use of energy resources

17- Finding high energy consumption points and providing a suitable solution to control that space

18- Light control of the lights next to the window with one bridge and the lights on the entrance side with another bridge

19- Setting computers and monitors during idle time to quickly go to standby mode

20- Setting copiers, printers, and fax machines to go into Energy saving mode during idle time

21- Buying office equipment and supplies of low consumption type with high efficiency and with the ability to enter standby mode and equipped with a key to be in Energy saving mode in all new purchases.

22- Ensuring that office equipment and lights are turned off at the end of office hours and during meetings, missions, and hourly holidays.

23- Turning off lighting systems and all electrical equipment in rooms that are not in use

24- Placing the layout of office desks in such a way that the highest light output is received from the windows of the room. (Shine from the side to the desk)

25- Installing the self-closing device on the doors of the rooms and closing the doors of the office rooms in the summer season

26- Using office louver drape curtains for windows that are exposed to direct sunlight.

27- Installation of awnings for windows exposed to direct sunlight

28- Installation of canopy for all split condensers that are located in open space

  • Long-term solutions for reducing electricity consumption and costs in government buildings:

1- Replacing old and heavy-duty lights with LED lights

2- Installing a smart lighting system

3- Installing light control timers in office rooms

4- Installation of optical motion detector sensors in office rooms – corridors and open spaces of office premises

5- Using the ambient thermostat system for offices with air conditioners and ceiling or floor fans

6- Replacing window coolers or high-consumption split coolers with grade less than B with low-consumption coolers with grade A+

7- Installing a solar system (photovoltaic panels) to provide office lighting that greatly reduces costs.

  • Necessary solutions for reducing energy, gas, and water costs in government buildings:

1- The use of double-glazed windows in the building

2- Preparation of a complete copy of the as-built map of the mechanical facilities and engine room of the administrative building

3- Informing the personnel about the expenses related to the consumption of water, electricity, and gas by the administration, and their impact

4- Annual service of thermal terminals (radiators) and their acid washing

5- Control the appropriate number of radiator fillings with the available space and increase or decrease if necessary

6- Checking the health of the upper and lower valves of the radiator

7- Checking the correct installation and alignment of the radiators

8- Complete ventilation of the heating system

9- Setting the radiator thermostatic valves to 22 degrees

10- Control the closure of doors, windows and the health of their fittings

11- Sealing openings and ducts of air channels

12- Thermal insulation with nanomaterials for the wall of the building preferably north and west

13- Thermal insulation of walls, ceiling, and floor with nano insulation

14- The use of five-layer pipes in the water supply and heating system

15- Removing or closing the radiators of unnecessary spaces

16- Insulation of all metal and polymer-facing pipes in the open space

17- Health control of water taps for public services

18- Installation of intelligent engine room system

19- Presenting a blackout program suitable for the holiday situation

20- Controlling leaks and water leakages in all thermal and spa systems

21- Not using electric heating equipment inside the rooms

22- Not using gas heaters in office rooms

23- Using louver drape curtains in rooms to store thermal energy in the winter season

24- Using thermostatic valves for radiators

25- Installation of automatic sensor valves in public services

26- Controlling and monitoring the appropriate temperature of office spaces by the energy officer in the cold seasons of the year

  • Engine room maintenance solutions

1- Inspection of the engine room boiler and its accessories

2- Reviewing registered items by operators

3- Inspection and cleaning of engine room burner

4- Opening the front door and checking the firebricks

5- Check the firebricks located in the front door and repair them if needed

6- Close and seal the rear door with a new gasket if needed

7- Cleaning and vacuuming the fire-eating part of the boiler and the breeching smoke pipe

8- Check the firebricks of the back door and repair them if needed

9- Opening the rear door of the boiler and inspecting the refractory bricks

10- Close and seal the front door of the boiler with a new gasket if needed

11- Inspection of the waterside for deposits and corrosion or other cases. Note that you have to clean the side of the fire eater with high-pressure water.

12- Taking out and opening and cleaning the cutoff valve of the lower water level

13- Cleaning the pulverizing air system (source and compressor and other equipment

14- Changing and replacing all boiler inspection valve gaskets

15- Check the function of connectors, controllers, and their settings if needed

16- Checking the performance of the fan

17- Inspection of engine room feed water controls

18- Lighting the burner and starting the boiler and, if possible, finding leaks in the doors

19- Check the burner combustion quality and adjust it if needed

20- Revision of the inspection results

21- Installing the hot water boiler in the engine room in a level, watertight, smokeproof manner in accordance with the permitted standards

22- The installation of the engine room boiler according to the instructions and plan

23- The installation of the engine room boiler is level and according to the plan

24- The installation of the engine house boiler as a watertight and smoke-proof system according to the plan – the installation of the boiler accessories according to the instructions

25- The construction of the motor house collector based on the executive plan in alignment, level, and level

26- Construction of the collector according to the executive plan and publication 128

27- Construction of engine house collector in a level way

28- Construction of the branch pipes with respect to verticality and alignment

29- Building the engine room collector as a water seal

30- Heating engine room piping according to the plan and based on technical and safety principles

31- The installation of the collector of the engine room according to the plan and observing the alignment and verticality

32- The installation of the engine room collector valves according to the plan and in the form of a water seal

33- Installation of the support in accordance with the instructions and publication 128

34- Preparation of piping parts between engine room devices as a water seal

35- Connection piping between engine room devices according to the plan and instructions

36- It was recommended to install the expansion source based on technical and safety principles and in accordance with the map

37- The presence of a foundation with sufficient strength and in accordance with the plan

38- Deployment of the expansion source on a level and according to the map

39- Piping of the expansion source in the form of a water seal and gas seal according to the plan

40- Correctly connecting the expansion source of the engine room to the feeding system to protect urban water in accordance with the national building regulations of Iran

41- Setting up and delivering the air conditioning system with hot water by observing the technical principles and safety tips and using the necessary tools

42- Starting the engine room burner and pump and measuring the current according to the manufacturer’s instructions

43- Ensuring the correct operation of the engine room chimney

44- Installing a solar water heater system to provide hot water for consumption

  • In conclusion, the experienced engineers of this company are ready to complete the training of the above systems and the solutions to modify the consumption pattern of the respected department, and they have the necessary cooperation.


Mohammad Mehdi Jazeb Niko


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