Energy Management DIN EN ISO 50001

Through the energy management system according to DIN EN ISO 50001, energy saving potentials in companies are continuously implemented, raised and monitored in order to reduce energy consumption and costs in the long term and to protect the climate. Tax refunds and the reduction of the EEG-allocation are significant advantages for energy-intensive companies.

Through the international DIN EN ISO 50001, a framework for the supply, use and consumption of energy in industrial, commercial and institutional companies has been established worldwide since 2011.


  • PLAN Conduction of an energy assessment and analysis of all energy-consumers and processes. Joint definition of strategic and operational energy goals.
  • CREATE Creation and definition of action plans and their implementation Establishment of the communication strategy and involvement of employees
  • CHECK Decide, correct and continuously develop measures for implementation Optimize and adjust energy performance indicators
  • ACT Internal review and further development of system compliance by the energy team Monitoring of all process steps by management


  • Create transparency regarding energy-consumers and reduce energy costs
  • Enable peak tax compensation and generate tax savings
  • Strengthen profitability and secure the company's market position
  • Relieve climate and save many tons of CO2
  • Establish production-increasing energy indicators


  • Reduce energy consumption costs and increase energy efficiency
  • Increase image transfer and market value of the company
  • Motivate employees and bind them to the company in the long term