ISO 50001

Piggreen develops and supports energy management systems based on the international ISO 50001 standard, with the aim of continuously improving energy performance.

ISO 50001 is a strategic tool that helps organizations develop an energy management system and make more efficient use of energy.

ISO 50001 allows the implementation of an energy planning process, the identification of energy targets and action plans, the maintenance of detailed data on energy flow within the organisation and the implementation of appropriate monitoring mechanisms.

In addition, thanks to the ISO 50001 energy management system, organisations have the opportunity to strictly apply the relevant legal requirements.

The aim of the ISO 50001 management system is to support organisations' efforts to create and implement an integrated energy management system, while continuously improving their energy efficiency.

By creating this system, these organisations also contribute to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

In addition, the standards of this system are very appropriate for organisations operating in all sizes and sectors, be they public or private, in the services sector or in the goods sector.

The basic structure of ISO 50001 is similar to other management system standards and therefore easy integration into existing management systems according to ISO 9001 or ISO 14001. This allows organisations to benefit from synergies and meet common requirements in a common way.

The components that make up iso 50001 are:

  • General requirements
  • Commitment of the administration
  • energy policy
  • Action Plan for Energy Management
  • Application and operation
  • Administration review
  • Internal control

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