ISO 50001 — Energy Management System

Brief :

Effective energy management isn’t just good for business, it’s also becoming a requirement. And the best way to achieve it is with ISO 50001. The international standard outlines energy management practices that are considered to be the best, globally. Energy management experts from more than 60 countries developed the standard and now we can help you tap into that expertise, every day, to help you save energy, cut costs and meet environmental requirements.

The standard itself comprises both the requirements of an energy management system together with guidance on the use of the Standard.

The requirements identified include the need for an official, publicly available energy policy which includes a commitment for achieving improved energy performance; the identification and review of an organisation’s energy aspects which highlight those elements of an organisation’s activities, goods or services that can affect energy usage or energy consumption, as well as its legal obligations; and the establishment of energy objectives and targets which detail how the organisation plans to improve energy efficiency, including the tasks and resources required.

Key Elements :

  • Management Responsibility for Energy Management
  • Energy Policy
  • Energy planning, review and baseline process
  • Energy KPIs
  • Energy objectives, targets and action plans
  • Energy communication and training processes
  • Energy design requirements
  • Energy Documentation requirements
  • Energy operational control and emergency procedures
  • Energy performance monitoring
  • Energy non-conformity, corrective & preventive action
  • Management Review
  • Internal Audit


Benefits :

  • Reducing greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions and carbon footprint
  • Reducing energy cost
  • Increase knowledge of equipment efficiencies
  • Increase energy awareness among staff members at all levels
  • Improved corporate image and credibility with all stakeholders and customer
  • Improved operational efficiencies and maintenance practices
  • Secure energy supply
  • Comply with legislation
  • Identify and manage the risks surrounding your future energy supply

Applicability :

  • All types of Industries / Manufacturing Companies
  • All Kind of Service Sectors
  • Government Organization
  • Public Sectors