ISO 16001:2009- Energy Management System Consultancy

Energy Management System (Energy MS) – a framework for the systematic management of energy.

Today more than ever, effective energy management is a crucial issue for the success of any business. For many, the answer is an Energy Management System (EMS) – a framework for the systematic management of energy. As well as enhancing energy efficiency, an EMS can cut costs and reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions (GHG) providing you with a competitive advantage. ISO 16001 Energy Management represents the latest best practice in energy management building upon existing national standards and initiatives. The standard specifies the requirements for an EMS to enable your organization to develop and implement a policy, identify significant areas of energy consumption and target energy reductions.

Who is ISO 16001 Energy Management relevant to?

ISO 16001 Energy Management is suitable for any organization – whatever your size, sector or geographical location. It is particularly relevant if you operate in an energy intensive industry or one facing GHG emission legislation.

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Benefits of ISO 16001:2009 - Energy Management System

Using ISO 16001 Energy Management as a framework to manage and reduce your energy consumption can lead to

Reduced costs
Reduce energy costs via a structured approach to identifying, measuring and managing your energy consumption.
Improved business performance
Drive greater productivity by identifying technical point solutions and affecting behavioural change to reduce energy consumption.
More engagement with top management
Position energy management in the boardroom as a key business issue.
Improved compliance with legislation
Meet current or future mandatory energy efficiency targets and/or the requirements of GHG emission reduction legislation.
Reduced GHG emissions
Meet stakeholder expectations or obligations now and in the future.
Formalised energy policy and objectives
Create respect for the energy management policy and embed energy efficient thinking in your organization.
Integration with existing management systems
Align your Energy Management System (EMS) with existing management systems for incremental benefit.
Greater security of energy supply
Understand your energy risk exposure and identify areas of the organization at greatest risk.
More innovation
Develop opportunities for new products and services in the low-carbon economy of the future.

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