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… | Read on »
The vast majority of UK manufacturing businesses are failing to take advantage of opportunities to significantly improve profits and reduce costs according to new research. A new study by the Next Manufacturing Revolution (NMR) – a not-for-profit organization founded by 2degrees, Lavery/Pennell and the University of Cambridge’s Institute for Manufacturing – claims that through more… | Read on »
Large organisations in different sectors are implementing a strong systematic Energy Management System (EnMS) based on the new ISO 50001 standard. As well as demonstrating Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), this standard makes sense from a business case point of view with the potential for significant energy savings, leading to reduced costs and improved profits. Implementing… | Read on »
See Enerit’s Systematic EnMS in detail We have added 3 new videos describing Enerit Systematic EnMS software for systematic energy management in more details. These videos describe specific areas of the software as related to day-to-day energy management, energy planning and how to manage your EnMS effectively. We would love to know what you think…. | Read on »
Often we ask people, “Do you have an Energy Management System? What we mean by this is a full EnMS, like an ISO 50001 EnMS”. Often, the other person says “Yes” but what they really mean is that they have a monitoring or energy data analysis system or a building energy management system (BMS/BEMS) for… | Read on »
The challenge A lot of energy managers say to me, “ISO 50001 is expanding fast but it’s new to me. I have to get ISO 50001 for my company. Where can I go to see an ISO 50001 implementation near to me in my industry sector?” For example, an automotive component manufacturer might want to… | Read on »
Enerit COO Mike Brogan will be presenting “Ireland’s experience in implementing ISO 50001” at the “BS EN 50001:2012” workshop which will take place on July 5th in London. Organized by the British Standards Institute, it is a one day free event. The workshop aims to enable organizations to; Understand the role that ISO 50001 can… | Read on »
Last month we announced that University College Cork (UCC) in Ireland has become the first university worldwide to achieve the ISO 50001 standard in energy management. We were extremely pleased to discover this week UCC is now Fourth in the ‘World’s Green Metric Rankings”- to get the full story check out Environment & Energy Management’s… | Read on »
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.
Ten multinational manufacturing organizations have started a trial of Enerit ISO 50001 under the Enerit software trialling programme.