Enerit presents “The Use of Software in Achieving ISO 50001” at NSAI seminar

“Getting more for less, value for money and ensuring sustainable growth are no longer nice-to-haves” ‘The future of Energy Management in Ireland: Best Practice and Standards in Energy Management’ a seminar organized by Engineers Ireland and the NSAI featuring a presentation on “The Use of Software in Achieving ISO 50001” by Paul Monaghan CEO of Enerit Ltd.

The aim of this seminar is to inform delegates of the latest developments in energy management, in particular the introduction of the new ISO 50001 standard on Energy Management Systems which offers organizations a robust, structured approach to their EMS. It will focus on what ISO 50001 entails and also on some of the energy management challenges and success stories of SMEs, large energy users and local authorities. The NSAI state that organizations that have implemented a structured approach to energy management have seen the greatest benefits including lower costs, price reductions for customers and end users and greater flexibility and ultimately bottom line savings. The end goal of the seminar is to ensure that delegates leave equipped with the knowledge and tools that will enable them to adopt an effective and beneficial EMS within their organizations.

The seminar will take place on the 18th of October 2012 at Engineers Ireland in Dublin and will run from 9 am to 16:45 pm GMT.

The use of software in achieving ISO 50001 from Enerit Ltd

“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