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    ISO 14001 versus ISO 50001 - What are the Differences?

    Businesses looking to become more environmentally responsible are turning to ISO 14001 certified Environmental Management Systems to help them with these aims. But there is a separate Standard, ISO 50001 Energy Management, which is causing confusion for businesses who are unsure

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    Why Going Green is Good For Business

    When environmental issues first hit the headlines back in the late 1970s the concept of going green was alien to most businesses. Since then, the world has pulled together and created all kinds of initiatives and programs to help slow the effects of global warming.

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    Phase 2 of Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme imminent

    The second phase of ESOS is due to begin shortly and businesses who meet the qualification criteria will need to notify the Environmental Agency that they comply by the end of 2019. Find out if the scheme affects your business.

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    ISO 50001:2018 Published

    The 2018 version of ISO 50001 Energy Management has been released seeing the Standard updated to include new processes and guidance which will allow businesses to use energy more efficiently and effectively.

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    Going green: improving your organisation's environmental credentials

    Ten tips to becoming a greener, more environmentally friendly business.

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    ISO 50001 Energy Management is under revision

    As part of it's efforts to keep ISO Standards up-to-date and relevant for all types of business, the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO) is focusing their attentions on the ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard.

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    GreenDataNet Project to use recycled car batteries to manage energy consumption

    Approximately 2.5% of all European energy is produced by servers within data centres and it is anticipated that this will double in the next 5 years.

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