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Where Is ISO 50001 Gaining Traction?

Date: 23 September 2013

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8 pages, 4 figures

Executive Summary

This report helps Practice Leaders and Heads of Marketing within firms that provide energy products and services understand the recent uptake and future direction of the ISO 50001 energy management standard. Certification bodies, energy consultants, equipment suppliers and software firms are looking to benefit from increasing levels of ISO 50001 implementations and investment. Analysis of data captured by the German Federal Environment Agency shows that EMEA is currently the most developed market for ISO 50001, with the earliest adopters in energy-intensive sectors such as construction and materials. Verdantix interviewed 250 energy decision-makers and budget holders at $250 million-plus firms, representing 21 industries and 13 countries, to assess future levels of investment in ISO 50001. Verdantix finds EMEA will remain a hotbed of ISO 50001 activity, with interest growing in North America. Verdantix also expects to see an increase in firms from non-industrial sectors investing in ISO 50001 in the next 12 months. The report highlights the five primary drivers for firms choosing to invest in ISO 50001.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

WHERE IS ISO 50001 GAINING TRACTION?
Europe Leads The Uptake In ISO 50001 Certification
Uptake Will Continue, But Slowly

COST REDUCTION AND COMPLIANCE DRIVE FIRMS TO INVEST IN ISO 50001

TABLE OF FIGURES

Figure 1. Top 20 Countries For ISO 50001 Certification By Number Of Sites
Figure 2. 
Expected Level Of Investment In ISO 50001 By Region
Figure 3. 
Expected Level Of Investment In ISO 50001 By Industry Group
Figure 4. 
Global Programmes And Policies Are Driving An Increase In Uptake Of ISO 50001

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

AENOR, AFNOR, BSI Group, BT, CDP, DEKRA, Diageo, DNV, DQS, Ecova, Ford, German Federal Environment Agency, Google, GUTcert, Hessenwasser, M&C Energy Group, Microsoft, Morgan Lovell, Morgan Sindall, Natural Resources Canada, Nestlé, Nokia, PwC, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Summit Energy, Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland, TÜV Nord, TÜV Rheinland , Viridor, Walmart