Businesses ‘should be given tax incentives to implement ESOS measures’

The government should look into a way of incentivising businesses to encourage them to implement the recommendations of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS). That’s the view of Martyn Gilbert, Executive Energy Manager at BIU, who believes ESOS “still seems like an incomplete piece of legislation”. Businesses were required to comply to ESOS by the […]

Is this the $64002 question?

Following on from our very successful conference, Energy Live 2015, we have been asked to rerun a number of the case study presentations from the Case Study Corner. This is the first from Northern Rail’s Gareth Williams and Kyle Macneill as they share with you their experiences of the ISO standards, ISO50001 and ISO14001. Combined, do they the […]

Schneider Electric races towards saving energy

  ELN Chief Reporter Priyanka Shrestha travels to Paris to visit the world’s first building that achieved the ISO50001 standard for energy management systems – Schneider Electric’s HQ. She also talks to the company about their involvement in the Paris Marathon.

Keele University's energy managing meets international standard

Keele University has become one of the first in the UK to have its Energy Management System certified to the internationally recognised ISO 50001 standard. The university based in Stoke-on-Trent brought in energy management specialists digitalenergy to help implement its system, which was judged to have met the standard by certification services firm CICS. The […]

Guest blog: Nobby Yamanouchi, Energy Management System Specialist

TEAM partner EnMS-Doc Associates and its partner in Singapore Antris Management Solutions held a three-day workshop in Singapore to highlight the importance of ISO 50001 which is of major significance with the latest energy regulation changes in Singapore; the Energy Conservation Act, April 2013. The New Energy Conservation Act – Singapore came into force on […]

ISO 50001 workshop hits Malaysia for second year

Following the success of last year’s event, TEAM’s partner enMS doc will be holding a second MS ISO 50001 Class Energy Management System Workshop. To be held on 7 – 9 May at Grand Dorsett Subang Hotel in Malaysia, the three-day workshop advises on and demonstrates the benefits of implementing an ISO 50001 Energy Management […]

The Spread of ISO50001

TEAM Blog: Stuart Turvey, Commercial Director at TEAM discusses The Spread of ISO50001 With the dumbing down of the Carbon Reduction Commitment in the UK and other cap and trade mechanisms struggling on the international scene, the ISO50001 energy management standard is emerging as a viable mechanism to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Early signs […]

The essentials of energy management

The Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA) has launched the first of a series of short training courses for energy and facilities managers covering the essential elements in optimising different energy efficiency technologies and strategies. ESTA represents more than 100 providers of energy efficiency systems and services. So these courses are drawn from over 30 […]