La Lucente SpA announces that it has acquired a new important certification in the field of energy management. It's about the ISO 50001 – Energy management systems, a rule that offers organizations in any sector, both private and public, management approaches and strategies that aim to bring:
- increase of energy efficiency,
- a reduction of Costi,
- an improvement of performance energy, which must therefore be integrated into the management of the organization's day-to-day activities.
The goal of the standard ISO 50001 is in fact to allow organizations to create and maintain an Energy Management System (EMS) with the aim of continuously improving their energy performance.
The latest version of the standard was published in 2018. With this new version, ISO 50001 has also aligned to the high level structure (HLS), a "common skeleton" to the regulatory standards of the management system, which allows for their greater integration and facilitates their implementation, to the benefit of the organizations that choose to adopt them.
ISO 50001 specifies the requirements that an energy management system (ENMS/SGE) must meet, enabling an organization to have a systematic approach to a continuous improvement of its energy performance, starting from legal obligations.
The implementation of the requirements of the standard, which contribute to determining the energy performance, makes use of concepts such as:
- service design,
- purchase of equipment and products,
- enhancement of processes and staff training
"The acquisition of ISO 50001 is part of a wider project that La Lucente is carrying out on the theme of the environment – explains Angelo Volpe, CEO of La Lucente SpA – “Goals for the next few years? Enhancement of CO2 emissions, conscious choice of products and equipment, minimization of energy consumption not only of our headquarters in Bari – Modugno but also in relation to the creation of our services.”