The ISO 50001 standard for Energy management systems, which has proven valuable since its introduction five years ago, is now under review to ensure it remains a useful tool.
By the end of 2014 nearly 7,000 organisations had certified to the new standard.
ISO 50001 specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system. The framework helps organisations to achieve continual improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency.
In June 2016, experts from nearly 30 countries met in Stockholm to discuss and advance the revision work, to ensure ISO 50001 remains suitable for all types of businesses and organisations around the world.
An international conference on the implementation of ISO 50001 was also held in conjunction. The event was an opportunity to learn from success stories, such as how 70% of Sweden’s industrial energy is covered by ISO 50001.
How Envantage Can Help
Envantage has extensive experience with effective energy management for industries and businesses, including ISO 50001 accreditation.
To discuss what ISO 50001 would mean for your organisation, speak to our team today.
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