Energy management and efficiency

Effective energy management can lead to reduced energy use and costs and help meet environmental and energy requirements. It also demonstrates to customers, suppliers and investors that your organization is using best practice to make informed decisions and create practical targets.

BSI’s energy standards can inform best practice on a wide range of activities from setting up energy management systems to performing energy efficiency calculations and creating benchmarks.

Key standards

ISO 50000 series of energy management standards

The ISO 50000 series was created to provide a comprehensive suite of standards offering good practice in energy management. The standards can be used together, or independently and are suitable for any size of organisation.

BS EN ISO 50001:2018 Energy management systems. Requirements with guidance for use.

BS EN ISO 50001:2018 helps organizations use energy more efficiently and integrate better energy management into business strategy.  It does this by outlining how to implement and maintain an energy management system (EnMS) that continually improves the organization’s energy performance and saves money. 

Download our free guide to BS EN ISO 50001:2018

Watch our ISO 50001 Energy Management video series:

Part 1 - Getting started
Part 2 - Important Terms
Part 3 - Measuring performance
Part 4 - Top 10 tips

Discover how forward-thinking organizations are already cutting their energy consumption with BS ISO 50001 with our case studies

We also provide other energy management services. Find out more about energy management training and certification.

BS ISO 50004:2014 Guidance for implementation, maintenance and improvement of an energy management system  - this standard can be used to either help implement ISO 50001 or to provide a scent of good practice guidelines to get started on implementing an energy management system.

BS ISO 50006:2014 Measuring energy performance using energy baselines (EnBs) and energy performance indicators (EnPIs) – general principles and guidance – This new standard can be used by organisations whether they have an energy management system and can be used at the facility, system, process or equipment level, or for the evaluation of individual energy performance improvement actions.

BSI ISO 50015:2014 Measurement and verification of energy performance in organisation – this standard aims to provide greater credibility around the end M&V result and the measurement of energy performance or energy performance improvement.

If you are a certification body you might also be interested in ISO 50003 Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of energy management systems.

Energy Audits

 Energy audits are a hot topic right now and we have a range of standards to suit.  Please also have a look at our ESOS page and find out how standards can help you comply.

BS EN 16247-1:2012 Energy audits. General requirements

BS EN 16247-2:2014 Energy audits. Buildings

BS EN 16247-3:2014 Energy audits. Process

BS EN 16247-4:2014 Energy audits. Transport

BS EN 16247-5:2015 Energy audits. Competence of energy auditors – to publish in 2015

ISO 50002:2014 Energy audits – if you want to use a standard aligned to ISO 50001 to do your energy audit then this is the standard for you.

BIP 2230:2014 Energy Audits. The key to delivering real energy reductions is a practical guide to energy audits, including the Energy Efficiency Directive and its UK implementation the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme 


Other energy management standards and books
 

BS EN 16212:2012
Energy Efficiency and Savings Calculation, Top-down and Bottom-up Methods

BS EN 16258:2012
Methodology for calculation and declaration of energy consumption and GHG emissions of transport services (freight and passengers)

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