ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management Systems First for EMCOR UK
EMCOR UK is proud to announce it has become the first UK organization to achieve conformity to ISO 50001:2018 Energy management systems, following an independent assessment by business standards company, BSI.
Achieving conformity to the revised ISO 50001 Energy Management standard provides an important framework that supports EMCOR UK’s commitment to delivering innovative energy management solutions for clients, improving energy efficiency and use, and reducing energy consumption and environmental impact.
Having previously achieved ISO 50001:2011 (in 2012 and each year thereafter), to-date EMCOR UK has worked with many clients to set and achieve energy objectives and targets, helping improve operational efficiencies and maintenance practices. This has led to an improved awareness of energy consumption within client organisations. With conformity to the new standard achieved, EMCOR UK will continue its collaborative work with clients to help ensure they have the benefit of best practice in energy management implemented within their business.
Keith Chanter, CEO, EMCOR UK, commented: “EMCOR UK is delighted to be the first company to achieve conformity to the revised ISO 50001:2018 Energy Management standard from BSI. We are committed to achieving industry best practices in energy efficiency and the delivery of innovative energy management solutions to reduce consumption and environmental impact. Conformity to this new standard further strengthens our position as a leader in delivering integrated facilities management services which are enabling our customers to better manage energy efficiency delivering immediate cost savings whilst helping to protect the environment.”
Amanda Pakes, EMEA Product Champion for energy management at BSI, commented: “Regulation, such as ESOS has put energy management high on the agenda for many businesses, encouraging organisations to review their total energy use, energy efficiency and identify cost-effective energy savings opportunities. On top of this, rising energy costs, possibly energy shortages and the need to protect reputation is driving organizations to think more strategically about energy management. “Achieving conformity to ISO 50001 can help organisations to drive efficiency improvements, remain sustainable and be more resilient - we’re delighted that EMCOR UK is the first to achieve this with us.”
About EMCOR UK
With over 100 years’ of experience in the UK market, EMCOR UK provides facilities management and sustainable business solutions for a diverse range of private and public sector organisations. A Fortune 500® company with estimated 2018 revenues of ~$7.8B, EMCOR Group, Inc. (NYSE: EME) is a leader in mechanical and electrical construction, industrial and energy infrastructure, and building services. A provider of critical infrastructure systems, EMCOR gives life to new structures and sustains life in existing ones by its planning, installing, operating, maintaining, and protecting the sophisticated and dynamic systems that create facility environments—such as electrical, mechanical, lighting, air conditioning, heating, security, fire protection, and power generation systems—in virtually every sector of the economy and for a diverse range of businesses, organizations, and government. EMCOR represents a rare combination of broad reach with local execution, combining the strength of an industry leader with the knowledge and care of 170 locations. The 33,000+ skilled employees of EMCOR have made the company, in the eyes of leading business publications, amongst the “World’s Most Admired” and “Best Managed." EMCOR’s diversity—in terms of the services it provides, the industries it serves, and the geography it spans—has enabled it to create a stable platform for sustained results. The Company’s strong financial position has enabled it to attract and retain among the best local and regional talent, to undertake and complete the most ambitious projects, and to redefine and shape the future of the construction and facilities services industry.
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