Energy Management System (EnMS)
An energy management system helps organizations better manage their energy use, thus improving productivity. It involves:
- developing and implementing an energy policy,
- setting achievable targets for energy use, and
- designing action plans to reach them and measure progress.
A company may choose to achieve the set target of energy efficiency through either of the following ways:
- implementing new energy-efficient technologies,
- reducing energy waste or
- improving current processes to cut energy costs.
- Adopting renewable energy or using sustainable materials.
Why adopt Energy Management System?
While climate change is becoming a cause of concern globally, and companies strive to adopt Net Zero goals, adoption of Energy Management Systems is becoming vital as well.
Like other ISO management system standards, Energy Management System follows the “Plan-Do-Check-Act” process for continual improvement.
How can Bicon Consultants help you in this transformational journey?
Bicon can not only help you assess where you stand in terms of specific energy consumption today, but help you adopt a target and meet your energy efficiency goals.
Contact us to find out how we can help you with Energy Management Systems.
We help companies assess their specific energy, prepare energy policy and choose an energy saving target.
implementing ISO 50001
Implementing ISO 50001 requires a continual approach of implementing the plan.
ISO 50001, requirements & strategy
- Develop a policy for more efficient use of energy
- Fix targets and objectives to meet that policy
- Gather data to better understand and make decisions concerning energy use
- Measure the results obtained
- Review the effectiveness of the policy
- Continually improve energy management
research beyond the energy benchmark
We ensure that we assess all boundaries, to find out highest energy consuming areas in each scope. The most crucial part is ensuring highest degree of accuracy.
Energy benchmarking can be done based on the energy consumption of similar equipment, product or industry.
Creating a list of potential qualified prospects for your service or product can be daunting when you’re beginning your business. However, this needs to be considered as a follow up on your Target Market Analysis so you can hit the ground running.