Energy Management and ISO 50001

In 2011 the Fifth Annual Global Energy Efficiency Survey, found that “Organizations that set a reduction goal, analyze energy data frequently, add internal or external resources, and use external financing were found to implement four times as many improvement measures as those who did none.”

2011 was also the year in which ISO 50001, Energy Management Systems: Requirements with Guidance for Use, was first published, with the aim of helping organizations improve their energy productivity by developing an energy management policy, identifying how much energy they use, setting targets, developing action plans, and resourcing their energy management activities. Organisation’s which have a systematic approach to energy management, aka ISO 50001, are much more likely to realise the benefits of energy efficiency.

Energy Management Training

During this three day workshop participants learn how to introduce a systematic energy management approach to their organisation. The key outcome of the workshop is the production of a draft energy management policy and energy management action plan for their organisation.

Next training date & registration

The next training will be delivered from 11th to 13th February 2020. Location details will be advised soon.

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Register your interest in the next training, either by completing the form below, calling or emailing (see contact details at bottom of this page