ISO 50001 ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STANDARD
It is the international energy management system standard published by the International Standards Organization, named with ISO 50001 coding, published for the first time in 2011 and updated in 2018. It is the first global energy management standard published after regional and national standards such as EN 16001.
ISO 50001: 2018 Certificate / Energy Management System standard covers all types of energy.
The Energy Management System standard is to ensure that organizations create, implement and maintain the processes and systems necessary to increase energy efficiency.
The Energy Management System standard can be established, applied and documented to every business, namely tax plate holders. It has been created in a structure suitable for the application of organizations of all types and sizes regardless of geographical, cultural or social conditions.
The standard encourages all organizations to good energy management practices and ensures that costs are reduced with good energy management and their environmental awareness is documented.
The Energy Management System standard may vary depending on the activity, documentation structure, resources and needs of the organization.
The Energy Management System can be applied to all activities that are traceable and affected by the standardization organization.
This management tool is an internationally recognized system used by everyone from first-tier manufacturers, product producers, service producers, raw material or additive producers, electronic and energy product producers, manufacturers, wholesalers and transporters, artisans, wholesalers, retailers and service providers. In addition, it provides a common roof that can be used by the entire industry.
Since the standard has such a wide coverage regardless of size and complexity, it has a generic structure.
BENEFITS OF THE ISO 50001 ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM STANDARD
- It reduces energy consumption with the help of projects put into practice.
- It controls and reduces the costs arising from energy.
- It keeps the use of existing devices and equipment under control.
- It provides information about performance by monitoring energy consumption.
- Provides increasing efficiency and compliance with laws.
- It reduces the negative environmental impact caused by waste.
- Increases dignity in the society regarding energy awareness.
- It contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
- It saves resources in case of integration with other management systems.