The publication of the ISO 50001 standard on energy management systems has been eagerly awaited by international businesses, and the International Organization for Standardization estimates that it could have a positive impact on some 60% of the world’s energy use.
Frank Conlon and Paul Monaghan of Enerit delivered a workshop to Baden Württemberg Chamber of Engineers on ISO 50001 and Enerit software in Stuttgart, Germany.
Enerit has been invited to present to the board of Innovation in Industrial Energy Efficiency (I2E2).
Enerit has entered into contract negotiations with the EU FP7 research programme for integration of Enerit software into the “ICT for Energy Efficient Airports” project.
Ten multinational manufacturing organizations have started a trial of Enerit ISO 50001 under the Enerit software trialling programme.
Enerit client Údarás na Gaeltachta has been named as a finalist in Ireland’s National Energy Awards 2010.
Enerit has delivered a workshop talk to the Board of Rhônalpénergie-Environnement -RAEE in France.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has awarded funding to Musgrave’s Group and Enerit for use of Enerit software for “Resource Efficiency Management” (energy, waste and water) at 10 pilot supermarkets.
Enerit’s software for award-winning energy management is now available as a product that you can buy to run your own energy management programme.