Connect Energy Efficiency with Financial Savings
• Builds on “the best” of existing standards (ISO 9001 & 14001)
• Applicable to all types and sizes of organizations
• Enables organizations to establish the systems and processes necessary to
improve energy performance, including energy efficiency, use, consumption and intensity;
• Reductions in energy cost, GHG emissions and other environmental impacts, through the systematic management of energy; and
• Demonstrate that the organization implemented sustainable energy management systems, completed a baseline of energy use, and committed to continuously improve their energy intensity.
• ISO 50001 changes the global mindset of global energy consumers and how they manage energy by moving beyond the Crisis-to-Crisis approach to creating a continual improvement framework that incorporates energy management into everyday organizational practice.
• ISO 50001 focuses on ongoing monitoring and improvement of energy, and not just a snapshot in time of a facility or operations.
• Pro-actively manage energy in everyday operations, instead of just focusing on lower energy cost from a single utility.
• Focuses on continual energy improvement supported by data, with measurable results related to energy efficiency
• Encourages operational changes that can turn into cost savings
• Clear and distinct results on bottom-line savings
• Drive non-capital energy improvements with increase workplace engagement
• In North America, hundreds of plants have already reported significant cost savings related to energy management systems, according to data released by the Department of Energy (DoE).
• Early gains from implementing ISO 50001 include significant reductions in power consumption, carbon emissions and energy costs, and benefits to manufacturing plants, communities and the environment.
• Common elements to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, and based on Plan Do Check Act (PDCA) can be aligned or integrated with other management systems.
• Drives better use of energy-consuming assets
• Guides energy performance improvements and their reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
• Support transparency and awareness of energy resource management.
• Significant potential to save energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions worldwide
• ISO 50001 could eventually influence up to 60 percent of the world’s energy demand.
SAI Global and ISO 50001 - Energy Management for Organizational Gain
As a leader in Environment, SAI Global is amongst the first registrars to offer auditing, certification and training related to ISO 50001. Our auditors were amongst the first to be trained to audit ISO 50001 and have been heavily involved in initial pilot programs supported by the Department of Energy (DoE) in North America.
Contact us for more information on how ISO 50001 can help you manage energy efficiently, reduce energy costs and risks and minimize your impact on the environment.
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