ISO 50001 Energy Management System for Industrial Enterprises
Give your team a fresh perspective on corporate energy management systems. Use theory, teamwork, and practical tasks to develop ideas for improving the company’s energy performance
Improving energy efficiency is a top priority for businesses worldwide. Wasteful energy practices drive up product costs, undermining their competitiveness. The impact of fuel and energy consumption on the environment is a growing concern as regulators impose stricter requirements that can negatively impact companies' financial standing and public image. Adopting efficient energy practices not only bolsters competitiveness by reducing a company's costs and carbon footprint but also fosters environmental sustainability and, thus, the company's positive image among its stakeholders. Implementing an energy management system that complies with international standards such as ISO 50001:2018 can help companies to continually improve their energy performance and reduce maintenance costs, aligning it with existing management practices and strengthening employee commitment. Our professional development program is designed to help businesses achieve these goals.
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Training (2 days, 20 hours) or short-term program (5 days, 40 hours)
Target audience
Middle managers and specialists in energy departments and other company units.
Face-to-face or online learning, with a mix of lectures and hands-on activities from group projects to individual tasks, with some requiring a computer. Active listening techniques are used in both formats.
  • Make practical daily decisions balancing energy efficiency with other company's interests and priorities
  • Develop a tailored corporate energy management system adapted to company's specific conditions to improve energy performance and reduce costs
  • Organize work within different departments to effectively achieve the company's energy goals in a changing environment
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Boosting energy efficiency is a top priority for companies and organizations across all sectors and fields of activity.

Wasteful and unsustainable energy practices drive up product prices, making products less competitive, especially in industries with high energy consumption and particularly in exports. For most activities, the amount of fuel and energy consumed directly impacts environmental indicators, such as emission levels, and the severity of negative environmental effects. Regulatory authorities impose increasingly stringent environmental requirements, affecting companies' financial performance (through environmental levies) and reputation. In addition, emerging country-specific carbon regulations require companies to disclose their carbon footprint, which is mainly caused by fossil fuels and non-renewable energy consumption. And let us also not forget about the positive effects of asset modernization.
Cutting down on energy use while maintaining product quality gives producers and manufacturers a competitive edge through decreased costs and a smaller carbon footprint. Focusing on the goals of eco-friendliness, decarbonization, and sustainable development has a positive impact on companies' image in the eyes of regulators, the public, shareholders, investors, and stakeholders at large.

At the same time, it is important to ensure systematic and integrated enterprise-wide activities to consistently improve energy performance. This can be most effectively accomplished by adhering to the principles and requirements of the international standard ISO 50001:2018, one of the most widely accepted and universal codes of best practice suitable for any business or organization.

However, the standard's universality also has a downside: its requirements must be individually adapted for each organization, and the principles, formulated in the broadest terms, must be put into practice with the help of specific tools and methods, documents, and calculation tables.

A company implementing an energy management system (EnMS) must ensure it aligns with existing management practices and business processes. This alignment helps reduce maintenance costs, increase the system's efficiency, and encourage employee engagement and commitment.
Our professional development program is designed to assist in realizing these objectives.
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Daria Ivanova
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Maria Stepanova
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Maria Stepanova, Ph.D. in Economics, a certified auditor of energy management systems in accordance with ISO 50001:2018.

With 15 years of experience in energy management, Maria's expertise spans audit, system implementation, and training.
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