Energy management with the new ISO 50001

Reducing energy consumption and improving energy efficiency are at the forefront of the global climate change agenda. 

ISO 50001 has just been revised, making it even more effective to tackle the world’s energy challenges. Roland Risser, Chair of the ISO technical committee that developed the standard, said the new version features updated terms and definitions and greater clarification of certain energy performance concepts.

"There is a stronger emphasis on the role of top management as well, as it is important to instilling an organizational culture change," he explained. "It is also now aligned with ISO’s requirements for management system standards, making it easier to integrate into an organization’s existing management systems."

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