SGS United Kingdom is attending the Energy Management Exhibition (EMEX) 2017
22 Nov 2017, 09:00
23 Nov 2017, 16:00
London, United Kingdom
Visit our experts at the Energy Management Exhibition (EMEX) to understand how an effective energy management system can provide your organisation with a number of benefits; from cost savings to stakeholder assurance of your organisation’s sustainable practices. We’ll be at stand D17 throughout the two-day event.
Embedding an effective energy management system (EnMS) within your organisation, which is compliant with the requirements of ISO 50001, will help you to establish the processes necessary to continually improve energy performance. Effective implementation of the standard will reduce your energy use, energy costs, greenhouse gas emissions and help to comply with legislative requirements e.g. ESOS – all of which shareholders, clients and potential customers expect nowadays.
ISO 50001 is the International Standard applicable to all organisations regardless of size, type of industry or whether public or private, which enables organisations to establish the systems and processes necessary to continually improve energy performance, including energy efficiency, use and consumption.
SGS can help you throughout the process of becoming ISO 50001 certified with training, gap assessments and certification audits.
Speak to us at EMEX about how you can achieve ISO 50001 certification with independent assessment and audits from SGS and how it will help you become more energy efficient and allow you to stand out from the competition.
EMEX is an annual event hosted at the ExCel in London for energy managers or anyone responsible for reducing their organisation’s energy consumption. The event takes place over two days and will give attendees the chance to access exclusive content from new research, important legislative changes and attend other expert presentations from within the industry.
We look forward to meeting you at the event. For more information or to arrange a meeting, please contact us on 0800 900 094 or email firstname.lastname@example.org