ISO 50001

What is ISO50001?
Our smart energy management ensures ISO accreditation.

Energy consumption has been dramatically increasing worldwide, with a growth of over 100% in the last four decades. It could rise by an additional 30% by 2040. Energy production and consumption is a primary culprit behind climate change, responsible for nearly 60% of the global greenhouse gas emissions. In the meantime, businesses are expected to leverage the fight against climate change because of their demands on energy. Therefore, ISO, International Organisation for Standardisation, introduced ISO50001 to enhance businesses’ energy management systems globally.

How can a business maximise their energy efficiency? ISO 50001 is designed to enhance energy performance through better optimisation of energy-intensive assets, resulting in energy cost and consumption reduction. The ISO 50001 certification is based on a practical structure that enables businesses to significantly reduce energy consumption, enhance sustainability, and comply with mandatory regulations by eliminating requirements such as ESOS.

ISO50001 certification is guaranteed by Energy & Technical Services.

Energy & Technical Services’ team has supported large retailers to obtain and maintain their ISO50001 certification. We are happy to support any business through developing a customised comprehensive package that aligns with your business goals and guarantee the ISO accreditation. Our in-house Energy Data Analysts will evaluate and identify areas of high consumption and behavioural patterns before providing recommendations for improvements.

We have supported numerous clients for ISO 50001 and maximise their energy efficiency. Unlock the potential of your energy management system through ISO framework enable your organisation to boost energy performance  and minimise carbon footprint.

We are looking forward to joining your ISO journey and empowering your energy management!

We provide step-by-step ISO 50001 training and guidance.

Step 1 – Gap Analysis: Review your energy consumption and performance

Step 2 – Set Up & Implement First Elements: Customise action plans based on the analysis

Step 3 – Build up energy policy, objectives and KPIs and implement initial elements

Step 4 – Continue Implementation Process: Continue improving energy efficiency and follow energy management system methodology

Step 5 – Audits & Certification: Complete internal and external audits and apply the certification

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Energy & Technical Services HAS YEARS OF EXPERIENCE BACKING CLIENTS IN
QUALIFYING AND MAINTAINING ISO50001 CERTIFICATION. Book an initial consultation today!

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We don’t just install smart energy management systems – we have an expert team of building engineers, controls specialists, data scientists and energy and carbon managers to provide a full end to end service.

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Amend building services scheduling

We recommend amending building services plant and equipment schedules to align more closely with your amended operating hours. This should be done through the BMS (Building Management System) wherever possible, ensuring that all equipment is put into ‘auto’ and not left on ‘hand’ settings. This will ensure that the equipment is appropriately controlled through the BMS and aligned with updated scheduling.

Reduce any heating and air conditioning

You should reduce set points for space heating and introduce setbacks for out of hours occupancy, though you shouldn’t turn off boilers and heating equipment off fully. There will need to remain some level of cycling for building services equipment to allow for frost protection and building fabric protection. You’ll also need to take into account any partial occupancy throughout the shutdown period.

Much of the same applies to air conditioning and ventilation. Ventilation equipment should be reduced, but not turned off completely. Consideration should also be given to the use of reduced and localised ventilation through fan coil units if possible, to reduce any reliance on centralised whole-building space conditioning.

Turn off lighting and small power items where possible

Check any and all lighting that isn’t controlled by the BMS and turn off where possible, but be sure to maintain any lighting levels required to ensure safety in certain environments – for example, external lighting in urban areas as appropriate. Lighting should be reduced as much as possible, but maintaining safety while doing so is key.

Building managers should also ensure that once the building is vacated, all computers, screens and audio-visual equipment are fully turned off and not left in sleep mode. Similarly, all small power items should be turned off where appropriate and not left in hibernate.

Maintain critical water systems

It’s also crucial to take the right approach to your water systems when shutting down your building. Critical systems should be maintained, and operation kept in-line with the Health & Safety Executives Approved Code of Practice L8 to mitigate the risk of legionella upon building reactivation.

Continue to track energy consumption

It’s important to align your updated temporary strategy with any energy management software or external bureau that is being used by the building. Any alerting parameters for excessive consumption should be adjusted to align with the new operational profile.

This will enable you to have a good handle on any potential areas with excessive consumption during a shutdown or lower occupancy period. Additionally, it’s also a great way to gain insight into your baseline consumption within the property. This will then enable you to make better energy management decisions when the building comes back into full operation.

Final thoughts

In short, there’s a lot of things that can be done to minimise energy usage while maintaining building integrity and quality during a shutdown – the above represent some of the key considerations.

For additional guidance, we recommend the Building Engineering Services Association’s SFG30: Mothballing and Reactivation, which provides good holistic guidance on this topic.

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OUR PURPOSE:
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Phil Bilyard

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Phil Bilyard

Operations Director

Phil Bilyard

Description

All projects include Director level involvement from start to finish

OUR PURPOSE:
TO TRANSFORM THE WORLD FOR THE BETTER THROUGH ENGINEERING INTELLIGENCE

Smart energy management as a service can be broken down into five steps:
Policy and planning
Data and diagnostics
Optimisation and implementation
Monitoring, measurement and analytics
Audit and iteration

The process does not have to be linear and customers can start the journey at any stage, from initial planning through to energy audits.

Smart – think about what you’d want the outcome to be, what resources you need to apply and over what timeframe. ETS will gather all your relevant data sets and deploy experienced engineers to audit your facility and major energy users. Clever controls specialists will interrogate your control systems and experienced energy managers will make sense of all this information so that we can advise, manage, optimise and drive down your real time energy consumption.

Why you need smart energy management as a service

There’s never been a more urgent time to get smart about your energy management. With energy prices rising at an alarming rate and the pressing issue of climate change, businesses need to act now if they want to reach sustainability goals and get maximum value for money.

Many businesses already have smart energy management systems in place, but different providers are often brought in to analyse the data or implement the necessary changes. With smart energy management as a service from ETS, we provide all the services you need in tandem so you don’t waste any time.

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WHY ISO50001?

SUSTAINABLE BRAND IMAGE

ISO 50001 certification is well-known in all industries worldwide, which can bring you sustainable recognition.

Reduced carbon footprint

Organisations should act immediately with the firm carbon reduction plan to respond to the Net Zero 2050 from the British government.

IMPROVED ENERGY EFFICIENCY

ISO 50001 is soaring your energy performance to new heights by optimising the use of your energy- guzzling assets.

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