MWH helped the Dutch Standards Institute NEN organise a two-day course on the new standard in association with MWH to inform participants of the key aspects of ISO 50001 and how to apply the standard in practice.The then new standard ISO 50001 sets out the requirements an energy management system must meet. The new standard follows the structure of ISO 14001 and can therefore be easily integrated into an existing environmental management system..
At the request of governmental body NL Agentschap, MWH is also implementing energy-care projects for organisations who are party to the Long-Term Agreements on Energy Efficiency in the Netherlands. MWH has therefore identified the practical differences between the current energy-care approach based on the methodology applied under the above Agreements and the approach prescribed under the new ISO 50001 standard. MWH supervises user groups from these organisations in implementing energy management. The implementation programme includes performing a baseline assessment, holding a kick-off meeting and several themed meetings, the online supervision of participants and supervising the final assessment.
In addition, MWH is supporting a drinking water company with the implementation of energy management in accordance with the ISO 50001 standard within the organisation. Apart from integrating energy management in the current energy-care system, the emphasis lies on increased energy monitoring.
- Workshops and themed meetings
- Energy-care audits
- Individual support in implementing energy care
- Working with the energy-care methodology of the Long-Term Agreements on Energy-Efficiency
- Two-day course on ISO 50001 and applying the new standard in practice
- Energy-care implementation programmes for organisations who are party to the Long-Term Agreements on Energy Efficiency
- Study on the differences between the energy-care methodology of the Long-Term Agreements on Energy Efficiency and ISO 50001
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