Today more than ever, effective energy management is a crucial issue for the success of any business. For many, the answer is an Energy Management System (EnMS) – a framework for the systematic management of energy. As well as enhancing energy efficiency, an EnMS can cut costs and reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions providing you with a competitive advantage. BS EN 16001 represents the latest best practice in energy management system building upon existing national standards and initiatives. The standard specifies the requirements for an EnMS to enable your organisation to develop and implement a policy, identify significant areas of energy consumption and target energy reductions.
We at Monument are accredited (C.I.B.S.E.) Low Carbon Consultants specialising in the implementation of Energy Management systems to BS EN 16001 and can assist you with your Energy management requirements through to final certification.
Having an energy manager or someone responsible for energy use in post, is the first positive step but without a plan or clear agenda on how the reduction will be made, any activities or momentum will soon be lost .
We are accredited and qualified in the Implementing of this energy management system, which will ensure a top down structured approach to identifying and addressing energy wastage, with continuous improvement underpinning the whole process indefinitely.
What we cover:
- Identification and justification of the resources required for implementation
- Defining the scope of an energy management system
- Producing an implementation project plan
- Implement an energy management system in line with the requirements of BS EN 16001
- Develop an energy policy; processes, objectives, documentation and measurement techniques
Don’t delay. Contact us for a no obligation discussion and find out how we can help you to implement this new standard that is specifically aimed at energy cost / carbon emissions reductions the painless way.
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Who is BS EN 16001 relevant to?
BS EN 16001 is suitable for any organisation – whatever your size, sector or geographical location. It is particularly relevant if you operate in an energy intensive industry or one facing GHG emission legislation.
Energy management is key to helping organisations improve energy efficiency, reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and drive down energy costs. Energy management is defined as the techniques, processes and activity which drive more efficient energy use. Energy management allows for a reduction in costs, carbon emissions and risk, ensuring the efficient use of energy consumption. In parallel, national and international regulation in this area is growing. For instance, in April 2010 the UK Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme becomes mandatory for users whose electricity consumption through half hourly meters is greater than 6,000MWh/yr – equivalent to an annual electricity bill of c. £500k. As global concern over climate change grows, legislation (as well as consumer focus) on Greenhouse Gas emissions is likely to increase. As a result of these factors, energy management is moving higher up the business agenda.
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