Standard ISO 50001

The importance of having an Energy Management System
ISO 50001 standard requires the implementation of an Energy Management System as a fundamental prerequisite for remaining competitive by optimising costs and resources.

The continuous improvement of the Energy Management System described by the Plan-Do-Check-Act model (the Deming cycle) can only be effective if key energy data is constantly collected and analysed.

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Model of the Energy Management system according to EN ISO 50001

Model of the energy management system according to EN ISO 50001: 2011

The elements of energy efficiency

  1. Energy quality verification
  2. Reduction of wasteful consumption
  3. Optimisation of consumption
  4. Reduced fines
  5. Continuous monitoring
  6. Continuous improvement
  7. Prompt communications
  8. Verification of savings
  • Energy policy:
    definition of objectives, resources, investments and planning of energy optimisation.
  • Energy planning:
    the identification and implementation of activities designed to improve energy efficiency and to meet the targets set by applicable legislation.
  • Implementation and functioning:
    the carrying out of improvement activities according to the planning established in the energy policy.
  • Verification:
    the control of performance through continuous monitoring by a measurement and analysis system referred to the requirements of applicable legislation.
  • Monitoring, measuring and analysis:
    the creation of a baseline (starting point), the identification of main loads, the definition of EnPI’s (Energy Performance Indicators), and the comparison of actual and planned consumption for listed loads.

  • Non-conformities, corrective actions:
    detection of failures in activities and targets and subsequent interventions to correct the activities and meet the targets concerned.
  • Internal audit of the Energy Management System:
    the assessment of the organisation’s energy efficiency according to European standard EN 16247-1/2/3/4.