BSI obtains global accreditation for Energy Management Standard ISO 50001

BSI, the business standards company, has received official accreditation status from the ANSI-ASQ National Accreditation Board (ANAB) for the Energy Management Systems Standard, ISO 50001 and consolidates its position in delivering certification within the sustainability market. 

To gain accredited status, BSI is independently assessed to ensure it operates at the highest level of quality and service.  This provides assurance to clients that the certificates issued to them are both credible and impartial.

ISO 50001 represents the latest best-practice thinking in energy management.  The standard outlines what organizations need to consider to develop and implement a robust energy policy, establishing objectives target and action plans to control energy use.

Gary Fenton, Global Director of Assurance at BSI said “We have been at the forefront of developing sustainability standards and achieving accreditation for ISO 50001, reinforces our position in this market-place.  Organizations that embed good energy management practice not only enhance their energy performance and consumption but also save money and reduce carbon emissions.”