The Key Differences Between 14001 and 50001

Forest Path

Whereas ISO 14001 helps you to systematically identify and manage all of your environmental impacts in the broadest sense, ISO 50001 specifies the energy management system (EnMS) requirements that an organisation has to develop and implement to form an energy policy.

With ISO 50001, an organisation can establish objectives, targets, and action plans related to significant energy use, which are intended to lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, energy costs, and other related environmental impacts through systematic management of energy consumption.

This document helps to explain the key differences between ISO 14001 and ISO 50001.

Complete the form to download your copy

Are you an SGS client? *

EMA Patron Logo

SGS and the EMA

SGS has become a Corporate Patron of the Energy Managers Association (EMA). Through this formal alignment, SGS and the EMA aim to work together to raise the profile of energy management throughout the business world.