ENERGY MANAGEMENT ISO 50001
SYSTEMATICALLY “LIVING/EXPERIENCING” ENERGY
Through the energy management system according to DIN ISO 50001, companies’ energy potentials are continuously raised, implemented and monitored in order to reduce costs in the long term and to protect the climate. The supranational ISO 50001 establishes a framework for the supply, use and consumption of energy in industrial, commercial and institutional companies worldwide.
- Reduce energy consumption costs and increase energy efficiency
- Increase the company’s image transfer and market value
- Motivate employees and retain them in the long term
- Use grants for implementation and operation
- Introduction to certification through our specialist engineers
- Create transparency for consumers and reduce energy costs
- Enable peak tax adjustment and generate tax savings
- Strengthen the profitability and secure market position of the company
- Protect the climate and save many tons of CO2
- Determine production-increasing energy indicators
- Perform an energy assessment and analysis of all consumers and processes
- Joint definition of strategic and operational energy goals
- Preparation and definition of measures and action plans and their implementation
- Development of the communication strategy and involvement of the employees
- Adopt, correct and continuously develop the implementation of measures
- Optimization and adjustment of energy performance indicators
- Internal review and further development of system compliance by the energy team
- Monitoring of all process steps by company management
REQUIREMENTS FOR EXISTING SYSTEMS
By implementing the ISO 50001 management system, you prove (50006; 50015) that your company recognizes the fundamentals of energy use and are committed to working steadily to improve your energy efficiency.
ISO 50003 – ACCREDITATION STANDARD FOR CERTIFIERS
In ISO 50003, chapter 5.9. states: “Confirmation of ongoing improvement in energy-related performance is necessary for the re-certification to be issued.” Thus, more than ever, the certifier has a duty to demand and to prove continuous, operational improvement. Without this, there will be no re-certification. The result is stricter controls and more stringent requirements, which will be massively reflected in a businesses’ performance indicators and metrics.
ISO 50006 KEY DATA – ENPIS
The new ISO 50006 shows companies a step-by-step path to meaningful energy performance indicators and a solid energetic basis. This improvement in energy metrics forms the critical basis in a company’s future re-certification according to ISO 50001.
ISO 50015 MEASUREMENT AND VERIFICATION
ISO 50015 supports the methodological approach to determine the energy-related performance in ISO 50001. Every entrepreneur can also pursue their own calculation approaches. It must contain the following:
- Preparation of a measurement and verification plan
- Data acquisition and input measurement
- Implementation of measures and projects
- Reporting with verification of performance indicators (EnPI)
The report must contain and be able to prove details such as intervals, methods, data transfers, and meters.