Tag Archives: Energy Management

ISO 50001 Set for a Revision

The International Energy Management System (EnMS) Standard ‘ISO 50001’ recently celebrated its 5th anniversary in June 2016. According to ISO, by the end of 2014, 6,778 organisations achieved certification to the standard, with many others implementing the standard without getting certified. As with all ISO management system standards, ISO 50001 must be reviewed every five […]

Drivers for German ISO 50001 Certification

Sources: TUV Rhienland ISO.org IEA.org SGS Germany TUV Sud Afnor Umwelt Bundesamt Pegasus Legal Register

Implementing Change after ESOS

At the end of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) extended deadline on January 29th 2016, less than 60% of the circa. 10,000 ESOS-eligible businesses in the UK were compliant with the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme Regulations (2014 No. 1643). The Environment Agency had received 5,948 notifications of compliance and 1,000 notifications of intent to […]

Update: Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme Regulations 2014 – UK

ATTENTION! Does your organisation employ more than 250 people (directly in the UK or abroad)? Does your organisation have an annual turnover of more than €50 million per year and/or an annual balance sheet in excess of €43 million? If you have answered ‘No’ to the above questions, this legislation is voluntary for your organisation. […]

Update: European Union (Energy Efficiency) Regulations 2014 – Ireland

ATTENTION! Does your organisation employ more than 250 people directly? Does your organisation have an annual turnover of more than €50 million per year and/or an annual balance sheet in excess of €43 million? Are you a public body with individual buildings having a total useful floor area of more than 500m2 or an annual […]

ISO 50001: What & Why?

ISO 50001:2011 is a standard created by ISO for an energy management system. This standard’s purpose is to enable organisations to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance. ISO 50001 aims to help organisations to continually reduce energy use, resulting in a reduction in energy costs and also their carbon footprint. […]