SUe savings

When establishing or upgrading an energy management system, one-time savings, which can amount to five or more percent of organization's total energy cost for energy, are usually identified and implemented. Because the purpose of the system is a continued improvement of energy efficiency, a comprehensive approach is needed. Partial approaches can even have a negative effect. ENEKOM cooperates with organizations to establish or upgrade energy management systems based on many years of experiences.

To approximate your possibilities for reducing cost with implementing an energy management system, answer these questions:

Within the energy management system, an organization commits to constantly improve energy efficiency, which also means to control energy costs. An organization must also determine their own target values and energy cost and periodically identify goal achievement.

The standard is not enough

When establishing a system, we shouldn't limit ourselves with only the provisions of the SIST EN ISO 50001 standard. We have to ensure an implementation and management of the system which is appropriate for the energy usage and cost. The standard itself doesn't determine the substantive component of the system's implementation (for example, how many indicators an individual organization should establish), but only requires a continued improvement of energy efficiency.

From 1 to 5 percent

The best organizations with an established energy management system continually improve their energy efficiency from 1 to 5 percent per year.

What is the energy management system?

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