The best-known international energy standard, ISO 50001, has been reviewed in 2018 for the first time since its creation in 2011. To save you having to read it again in full, here is a summary of all you need to know about the new ISO 50001:2018 standard.
Please raise your hand if you don’t want to see a new ISO published! I like it. It helps us reflect on the challenges facing those who use our energy management technology. Now that the ISO 41001 Facility Management standard is here, let’s take the opportunity to see what it is and what it can contribute.
Are you considering obtaining your ISO 50001 certificate? Or maybe one of your clients is about to start on their first energy management adventure? Congratulations! ISO 50001 is a great standard to implement if you want to establish a professional environment focused on saving energy. But getting ISO 50001 certified is not about going through the motions for a piece of paper you can frame above your desk. It’s about setting up an efficient and effective energy management system, for the lowest possible price and least amount of effort, don’t you think?
After having published our guide to the ISO 50001 certification, we are opening up a new discussion topic on our blog today on the future ISO 52000, a new standard which is being drawn up to measure the energy performance of buildings.
It is normal for energy professionals to feel uncertain as they take their first steps towards obtaining certification, and particularly ISO 50001 certification. In order to dispell any doubts you may have , and to help you to implement ISO 50001 in your projects, we are publishing and sharing a free downloadable guide on exactly this topic : The Complete Guide to ISO 50001 for Energy Professsionals.
The term ISO 50001 may not tell you anything in itself, but it can actually mean a lot to your business. It establishes energy management requirements with guidance for use, but what does this imply? Keep reading to understand basic facts about ISO 50001 certification.