Energy management system DIN EN ISO 50001

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Energy management system DIN EN ISO 50001

Germany has as its objective, to reduce its primary energy consumption by 20% by 2020 and by 50% by 2050, in comparison to the levels of 2008. This target will not be achievable without a massive push towards increasing energy efficiency.

An energy management system pursuant to DIN EN ISO 50001 represents an appropriate instrument for continuously improving the energy efficiency of enterprises and organisations. The achievable cost reductions strengthen the competitiveness of the company.

The standard ISO 50001, published in June 2011, saw international standards being issued for the first time for energy management systems. The European precursor standard, DIN EN 16001 had already resulted in significant energy savings in German companies.

The path towards a certifiable energy management system

Module 1: Initial consultation / project launch

  • Analysis of the current energy efficiency status of systems, processes and buildings by way of a walk-through inspection of the properties and visual examination of existing plant and the augmented of the analysis with own data acquisition
  • Indicating existing energy-efficiency deficits, funding opportunities in the form of a short report
  • provides a decision-making basis for the future approach

Module 2: Detailed consultation / development of measures

  • In-depth energy efficiency analysis taking account of internal and external interaction between production, product, buildings/technical building services and energy supply
  • Elaboration of a comprehensive energy concept with possible optimisation variants, e.g. heating/cooling processes, parameter adjustment and control concepts
  • Feasibility study with details of scope of investment and return on capital
  • Concrete recommendations for action regarding implementation of variants

Module 3: Implementation of an energy management system / realisation

  • Project management
  • Preparation of the complete necessary documentation during the course of the introduction of an energy management system
  • Preparation of internal audit
  • Conducting the management review
  • Training the employees
  • Coordination, implementation throughout the entire course of the project, up until achieving an energy management system certifiable energy management system in accordance with DIN EN ISO 50001


Do you have any questions about introducing an energy management system within your company, or do you need any further information? We'd be happy to assist with the planning and future implementation.

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