Energy Management in the Automotive Industry - Green Production and Reducing Supply-Chain Waste
ISO 50001 is an international standard that provides a framework to help you manage the
energy supply and consumption in organizations.
The ISO 50001 Energy Management System standard applies to all aspects of energy use and
enables you to help your organization and your suppliers take a systematic approach to
achieving continual improvement of energy performance.
Energy management in the Automotive Industry is essential for reducing energy costs. In
a global industry where competition is fierce, auto companies and suppliers need to
build the infrastructure to know how, when, and where all forms of energy are used in
their facilities and optimize energy costs by reducing exposure to fluctuating energy
prices and tracking energy costs per unit of production.
This does not have to be built from the ground up, however. Energy management can be
weaved into the current ISO 14001 management system that so many automotive companies
and suppliers currently have in place. You can continue to manage all of your
environmental impacts while at the same time evaluate, measure and reduce your energy
use and consumption.
Your result: real-time actionable information that can deliver cost savings internally
and throughout your supply-chain.
- Guidance and application for energy management systems provided by ISO 50001
- The main requirements of ISO 50001 Energy Management
- How ISO 50001 and ISO/TS 16949 relate to each other and how you can integrate these for maximum efficiency
- Why adding ISO 50001 questions to your supplier score cards could improve the competitiveness of your supply chain