ISO 50001 certification will provide your organisation with an energy management systems framework for managing your energy usage and improving efficiency. This could lead to a reduction in energy consumption and bills whilst simultaneously reducing carbon emissions and meeting government reduction targets.

The benefit of choosing a partner like BM TRADA for your certification is that you will be working with a UKAS accredited certification body whose name is readily accepted by many regulators, purchasers and suppliers around the world, providing you with a passport to trade.  

What is ISO 50001 energy management systems certification

ISO 50001 can benefit any organization, large or small, in any sector.

It is also acts as a means for organisations who qualify for Phase 2 of the UK government’s Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) to demonstrate energy commitment.    

ISO 50001 focuses exclusively on energy and requires an ongoing, sustained improvement in energy efficiency and reduction in greenhouse gas emissions.

It requires organizations to continually improve energy performance which includes greater energy efficiency, better energy use and consumption.

Being independently certified to ISO 50001 energy management systems means that you can protect your environmental reputation with your customers and investors plus the wider community.

As part of our management systems certification services, we also provide auditing, technical publications and training.

The process of achieving Management systems certification is typically made up of 5 stages, see our infographic below to learn more.


                                   Infographic explaining the 5 stages of achieving management systems certification

An Introduction to Energy Management and ISO 50001:2011 Certification

The global demand for energy is increasing. Consequently, energy prices are rising worldwide. Additionally, the supply of fuel to countries that need to import energy supplies is increasingly under threat as they are vulnerable to the whims of the suppliers and political events outside their control.