4 steps to establishing an ISO 50001 energy management system
Companies use 20 to 50 percent more energy than they need. But this waste can be reduced by investing in more efficient equipment. It’s one of the most cost-effective investments you can make because the rate of return is often significant and the savings are generally tax-free. The rising demand for energy also means that energy intensive organisations must find ways to move beyond simple conservation efforts. They need programs and practices that actually increase energy efficiency.
This is where ISO 50001 can help. It’s an energy management system that drives efficiency and profitability by systematically optimising energy performance in all processes. In this webinar, we cover the 4 steps that you need to take to establish an energy management system that is ISO 50001 compliant.