Many energy managers still continue to carry out energy management using a project based approach and are not achieving all the savings that can be achieved using an ISO 50001 based approach. Project based energy management restricts organisations ability to reduce energy costs through a short term focus on stand-alone energy projects.
Best practice Energy management based on an ISO 50001 way of working enables organizations to gnerate substantial energy savings by implementing a framework for continual energy improvement. The picture highlights some of the key differences.
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“ADNOC adopted Enerit ISO 50001 software as the corporate EnMS Information Management System (EnMS-IMS) for consolidation, analysis, monitoring and reporting energy and EnMS performance data and activities for ADNOC Group companies.”ADNOC Corporate EnMS-IMS