ISO 50001 - Energy Management Systems is an international standard created by the International Organization for Standardization for the management of energy systems, which defines the requirements for the installation, implementation, maintenance and improvement of an energy management system, the purpose of which is to allow an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving consistent improvement of the energy system, including energy efficiency, energy security and power consumption.
ISO 50001 - Energy Management Systems supports organizations of various sectors in the more efficient use of energy through the development of energy management systems.
The ISO 50001 standard provides any organization, regardless of its size, territorial or geographical location, with a complete strategy for action in management and technical areas in order to improve the efficiency of the organization's energy system.
Benefits of implementing ISO 50001 - Energy Management Systems:
- Increase profits with a well-designed energy management system:
- Savings in energy and material consumption;
- Reducing the cost of resource allocation;
- Increasing the level of personnel employment and labor productivity;
- Improving the image of the organization in the eyes of investors, partners, inspection bodies;
- Competitive advantage when participating in tenders;
- Implementing energy efficiency helps organizations save money as well as resources and helps reduce climate change.