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ISO 50001

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What is ISO 50001?

ISO 50001 is a global standard for energy management. Created by ISO, the International Organization for Standardization, it is applicable to all sectors and supports the development of an energy management system (EnMS).

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ISO 50001's Objective

The objective of ISO 50001 is to provide a thorough framework for organizations seeking to improve or manage their energy management performance.

What's the timeline?

ISO 50001 certification can occur at any time during the year. However, as ISO does not perform certification assessment, an external certification body must be used. Thus, the first steps in ISO 50001 certification is researching and selecting a certification body, ensuring that it uses the proper Committee on Conformity Assessment (CASCO) standard.

How can EnergyElephant help?

EnergyElephant is a one-stop location for your company’s energy, and carbon emissions data, from scope 1 to scope 3. When reporting time comes around every year, you will be able to log into your EnergyElephant account, and navigate to each applicable section.

After your organization receives its ISO 50001 certification, it will need to continue to maintain its energy performance, and work towards improvements in identified areas. The EnergyElephant platform analyzes carbon, cost, and consumption data, in addition to water use and waste disposal, allowing you to identify large energy users and track sustainability and energy efficiency projects.

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