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EN 16001 / ISO 50001 - Energy Management System – EnMS
The British standard, BS EN 16001 / ISO 50001 (due for release
in late 2010 or early 2011) helps businesses establish the
systems and processes necessary to save money and reduce
greenhouse gas emissions through the systematic improvement of
energy efficiency and its consumption.
The structure of BS EN 16001 is similar to the structure of BS
EN ISO 14001 and it can be used independently or integrated into the
wider 14001 framework.
BS EN 16001 is best applied to any organization that wishes to:
a) Improve energy performance in a systematic way
Who is EN 16001 relevant to?
EN 16001 is suitable for any organization – whatever your size, sector or geographical location. It is particularly relevant if you operate in an energy intensive industry or one facing GHG emission legislation.
Being independently certified to EN 16001 by BSI, an independent third-party, will be the ultimate assurance to your stakeholders that you comply with Energy Management best practice.
Benefits of EN 16001 Energy Management
Why Energy Management System Certification?
Concerns about carbon emissions, along with the push towards a low carbon economy and a heightened awareness of the risks posed by volatile fuel prices, mean that organizations are under pressure to optimize energy use as never before.
There's been a rapid shift in public attitudes about the environment in the 12 years since Kyoto, but business attitudes have been slower to change. Combating climate change costs money and the relatively low price of energy in the late nineties and early years of the new century meant there was little incentive to cut consumption.
The oil price shocks of 2008 changed all that. Even modest energy users were forced into a fundamental reappraisal of consumption, with organizations scrambling to squeeze more out of every gallon of fuel, every kilowatt-hour of electricity and every cubic metre of gas. And there could be bigger issues at stake. According to official estimates, the UK could be importing as much as 80 per cent of the gas it uses by 2020. Energy security is a new priority for government.
"We could become very heavily import dependent," warns Malcolm Wicks MP, the Prime Minister's special representative on international energy issues. "The starting point has to be energy efficiency across all sectors. This hits the button in terms of climate and it certainly hits the button in terms of energy security. But it's about business efficiency as well - businesses of all sorts waste a great deal of energy and there are ways of becoming more energy efficient."
Arguably, what organizations need is a road map to improved efficiency: "Once you have an agreed structure in place and a policy that has been signed off by the board, you have top management buy-in," says Ian Richardson, BSI committee manager for energy. "Everybody from the top down to the workforce knows exactly what the policy is going to be."
Consider Future – Become Energy Responsible Organization
BS EN 16001 Energy management systems offers such a road map to
organizations. This new standard has been created to help organizations
improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and
drive down energy costs. The standard applies to all energy-related
activities under the control of an organization. For example, it takes
account of the power used by machinery and the energy needed to heat
office buildings. These "energy aspects" represent elements of an
organization's activities, goods or services that can affect energy use.
Organizations however large or small - in any sector - can benefit from
the approaches set out in the new standard. These include big multi-site
industries, public sector bodies and SMEs - including those that might
not have used a management system standard before.
The relevance of the standard to all parts of UK plc is reflected by the
diversity of the organizations taking part in BSI's current
implementation pilot. These include passenger rail operator Virgin
Trains, the bearing manufacturer SKF, leading milk business Robert
Wiseman Dairies plc, the City of London Corporation - the local
authority for London's financial heart - and ND Metering Solutions,
which designs and manufactures advanced electricity metering equipment.
Initial findings indicate that the creation of an energy management
system provides organizations with a mechanism to turn energy efficiency
into a key performance indicator, alongside more traditional KPIs such
as safety, performance and customer satisfaction.
The standard requires that organizations establish their own minimum
reduction targets for each significant energy aspect identified in an
initial review. These targets can be expressed in a number of ways, such
as the amount of energy consumed per kilogram, per square metre or per
item produced. Organizations must establish reliable ways of measuring
consumption data, such as automatic metering of electrical energy, as
well as gas and water use.
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