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Progress for ISO 50001 as revision moves to CD2


Date: 04 August 2016


Back in June, ISO 50001, the international standard for Energy Management Systems (EnMS), became the latest standard to enter the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) revisions process.


On 2 August, ISO 50001 was issued at CD2 (Committee Draft 2) which means that as a Committee Draft, members of ISO Technical Committee ISO/TC 242 - which has recently become TC 301 - will now circulate the draft and must collate and return comments to ISO by 26 September 2016.


Established to help organisations develop and establish systems to improve their energy performance including energy efficiency improvements, energy consumption reductions and cost and in turn lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, over 7000 organisations globally had already achieved certification against ISO 50001 by the end of 2014.


Following this latest development, the currently available information indicates that ISO 50001 is likely to be published in January 2019 and in line with other ISO standards that have been or are being revised, ISO 50001 will incorporate the common text and high level structure through Annex SL.


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