ISO 50001 certification, Bureau Veritas

ISO 50001

Become certified by ISO 50001 Energy Management

Bureau Veritas Denmark A/S

ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management is the international standard developed by ISO and provides a recognized framework to manage energy efficiency.

Faced with increasing consumer and legislative demand, implementing an ISO 50001 energy management system is the most effective way to achieve continual improvement in energy efficiency performance. It is now a strategic advantage for any organization to control energy consumption efficiently and improve operational processes.

The standard is the result of collaborative thinking from energy management experts in more than 60 countries and is being adopted by organizations of any size both within the public and private sector. It has been estimated that this standard could influence up to 60% of the world’s energy use.

the Benefits of an iso 50001 certification

  • Provide a framework for promoting energy efficiency throughout your organization
  • Reduce energy related costs and improve competitiveness
  • Comply with mandatory energy efficiency schemes (ESOS) or GHG emission reduction legislation
  • Can be integrated with other management systems such as environment, health and safety
  • Raise awareness of energy consumption amongst staff
  • Vast expertise with extensive knowledge of technical process energy regulation, as well as their experience supporting the implementation of management systems
  • Tailored approach to suit your individual requirements
ISo 50001-standard contributes to the World Goals, Bureau Veritas

The ISO 50001-standard contributes to the goals of the UN

The 17 goals of the UN are globally acknowledged and essential to achieve a sustainable development.

To succeed with the world goals of the UN it takes a whole lot of engagement from business communities, individuals, industries and governments. Here the international acknowledged guidelines, the ISO-standards, play an important role, as they are built upon consensus and provide a basis for which direction the development should take. Because of this, the standards make it possible for all the involved parts to move within the same direction.

According to ISO - International Organization for Standardization, the ISO 50001-standard contributes to the following world goals: 7, 11, 12 and 13.

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