Energy management ISO 50001

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The Energy management is not a new, but very current area of responsibility for companies and organisations, with which their success and future viability can be significantly influenced.

The goals are: Reduction of costs for energy such as gas, oil, electricity and water. But the energies generated within the organisation, such as steam or compressed air, also deserve attention, as significant savings and optimisation potentials can be identified here as well.

So how can successful energy management be introduced into the organisation?

Everyone is talking about the DIN EN ISO 50001 and the European Energy Award (EEA). Both procedures aim to reduce costs, raise awareness and reduce the burden on the environment. DIN EN ISO 50001 is aimed at companies and the EEA at municipalities, cities and districts. However, they are similar in their objectives and the procedures leading to certification and the award are also very similar and based on the well-known DIN EN 9001.

IMS supports and advises on the introduction of effective energy management. In the process, the current processes are illuminated and analysed and optimised together with the energy officers or the energy team that has already been created.

The focus is usually on non-investment measures or behavioural changes that show results very quickly and are effective. With the IMSWARE.CAFM module energy management, the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50001 as well as the EEA are fulfilled and an efficient reporting system is established.

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