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What is ISO 50001?

"Broad implementation of ISO 50001 could drive cumulative energy savings of 62 exajoules by 2030, saving over $600 billion in energy costs and avoiding 6,500 Mt of CO2 emissions, equivalent to removing 215 million passenger vehicles from the road."

 “Global Impact Estimation of ISO 50001,” LBNL, 2016

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  • 50001 Ready: Self-paced, no-cost way for organizations to build a culture of structured energy improvement that leads to deeper and sustained savings
  • SEP 50001: Certification for ISO 50001 plus verified energy performance improvement

International governments are collaborating to accelerate worldwide use of energy management systems in industry and commercial buildings through the Clean Energy Ministerial Energy Management Working Group (EMWG).

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