ISO 50001 - the energy management 'must have' (recorded webinar)

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Webinar via Webex

LiFE Framework: Utilities 

Ann-Marie Cornall from management systems certification and sustainability assurance provider, CICS, and Richard Hipkiss, Director at Digital Energy, discussed why energy management is becoming a necessity in this era of rising energy costs and increased stakeholder interest in an organisation's environmental impact.


• Introduction – Ann-Marie Cornall, Sales Consultant, CICS - Introducing CICS who provides ISO 50001 certification in higher and further education. Introducing Digital Energy, who provide consultancy and management tools to achieve ISO 50001 certification.

• Energy Management: A Must-Haveand Overcoming Hurdles for Implementing - Richard Hipkiss, Director, Digital Energy - Richard will outline why energy management is so important for the HE/FE sector and discuss how having an EnMS can help FE/HE to find ways of using energy more efficiently, potentially reducing energy bills. Richard will share his knowledge of the hurdles and how to overcome them to implement an EnMS.

• Certification of your EnMS to ISO 50001 – Ann-Marie Cornall, Sales Consultant, CICS - Ann-Marie will talk about the new international standard and how it can help FE/HE to ensure that their EnMS is maintained and effectively monitored.

• Live Questions and Answers - Richard and Ann-Marie will answer questions live.

The webinar will be recorded and the presentation and a number of other resources will be made available, which you will be able to find on the Sustainability Exchange after the presentation has taken place.

The presentation lasted for 25 minutes and was followed by 10 minutes of questions. For more information about CICS visit them in the Green Directory.

A key part of the Sustainability Exchange is encouraging dialogue and sharing of ideas and approaches through resources and other online methods. This webinar is part of our range of ‘exchanges’ which are short, free lunchtime webinars on a variety of interesting topics, hosted by the Sustainability Exchange.