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ISO 50001: Are You Ready for the New Energy Management Standard?

June 13, 2011

Does your company use ISO standards in order to improve business, quality, and service? Did you hear that later this year, ISO will publish a new global standard for energy management?

ISO 50001 will establish a framework for managing energy. In fact, it’s estimated that the ISO 50001 standard may influence over 60% of all energy produced and consumed in the world. The objective of ISO 50001 is to help organizations, large or small, improve their energy performance, increase energy efficiency, and reduce the environmental impact related to energy consumption.

Will your company be ready? Attaining ISO 50001 certification requires management commitment, accountability, responsibility, and the business systems and processes to achieve the intended level of energy performance. Ultimately, the goal is to optimize energy performance.

Want to learn more? View the full post on this topic, as well as other posts just like this on our Energizing EAM blog, which shares ideas and insights on sustainability, energy, reliability, and maintenance.

Posted by Rod Ellsworth, Vice President of Global Asset Sustainability, Infor


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