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FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS THE DIN EN ISO 50001

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CONTACTS Published by: Office of the Environmental Verification Committee Gertraudenstr. 20, 10178 Berlin E-mail: info@uga.de Tel: 0 30-29 77 32 30 Fax: 0 30-29 77 32 39 www.uga.de www.emas.de Veit Moosmayer UGA office
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INTRODUCTION Energy efficiency is a central theme in the work program of the European Commission. In the draft for a Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council on energy efficiency from June 2011 (COM (2011) 370 final), its goal, 20% of primary energy consumption by 2020-a zusparen and pave the way to greater energy efficiency in the period thereafter. For the proposed measures, including energy audits, can be part of an energy or Its environmental management system. Companies and organizations that such a system operate, are on the safe side. Also, the "Energy Roadmap 2050" (COM (2011) 885/2), the EU Commission presented in December 2011, aimed at energy efficiency. In advance these proposals, the European standardization organization (CEN) on 1 July 2009 the "EN 16001:2009 Energy management systems - Requirements with guidance for use" (German Text: "EN 16001 Energy management systems - Requirements with guidance for application tion ") published. In the summer of 2011, the same international standard ISO 50001 was published, in December 2011 published in German translation as "ISO 50001 energy management 1. In Germany, it has since management systems - Requirements with guidance for use " 24th April 2012, DIN EN 16001 replaced.

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The structure of ISO 50001 is based on the common elements of ISO management system standards, in particular the ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. With an energy management system according to this standard organizations should be able, systems and processes establish necessary to improve their energy-related performance. The EMAS Regulation 2 in turn contains structures of ISO 14001 and sets the focus environmental management to improve environmental performance. EMAS therefore does not meet automatically all the requirements of ISO 50,001th But if the use of energy as a significant Environmental aspect already part of the environmental management system (in which organizations for which ISO 50001 is relevant to assume is) just a few technical updates and specifications, eg with regard to energy-related performance, energy rating etc. be required. The ISO 50001 summarizes the responsibilities of top management and environmental management commissioned together (4.2) in a separate section. These can be found at different Ask the EMAS and ISO 14001 again, but there are often only in the context of the requirements of "The organization" formulated. You may be able clarifications within the organizational structure be required In terms of transparency, the ISO 50001 goes to the DIN EN 16001 a step back, as is no longer required that the energy policy of the public must be accessible. Whether it is communicated externally, the organization can decide (4.5.3). EMAS companies and organizations put their hand environmental data, measures and Successes very concisely displays in a validated environmental statements to the public Approved EMAS verifier are authorized 3 Environmental Audit Act 9 Para, Certification certificates granted in accordance with ISO 50001. Within the certification process, it is their responsibility of course, the obligation to consider all the requirements of the standard.

1These and all other DIN standards can obtained from Beuth Verlag GmbH, 10772 Berlin (www.beuth.de) are. 2Regulation (EC) for 1221/2009 on the voluntary participation by organizations in a Community Eco-management and audit scheme

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The following briefly the compilation is in tabular form, the contents of the DIN EN ISO 50001, and displays the matches in the EMAS Regulation. If necessary, be given guidance as to what supplements may be required. Comments: The numbers in the column following the EMAS Annex II of the EMAS Regulation, taking into account
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the contents of the ISO 14001 standard. K are marked ursiv of EMAS organizations that met in addition Requirements. The rating applies only with respect to EMAS. Note: For the sake of readability, the text was the male form in people selected related nouns, the female form is of course always included.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER VIEWER TO DIN EN ISO 50001

General requirements

Responsibility of management

Energy policy

Energy planning

Implementation and operation

Check the performance

Management review

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DIN EN ISO 50001 4.1 General Requirements Scope and Limits of Energiemanamanagement system (EnMS) define and document. A.1

EMAS General Requirements

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Scope of the orderMet: environmental management system (EMS) If no differences define and document. in the areas of application surfaces exist. EMAS: location reference as a minimum Continuous improvement of UMS. Met: In the energy-related Performance are the mainEMAS: points of energy efficiency, Continuous improvement of Energy use and verEnvironmental performance; core indicator need to consider. Energy efficiency. Energy efficiency and Consumption among the EMAS core indicators, Energy use is as empfohlener indicator according Annex IV C see third An own section

Continuous Improvement of energy-related Performance and the EnMS.

4.2 4.2.1

Responsibility of the Management Top Management The responsibility of the Top management includes:

Top management (or "Line", "the highest management making body ") is specified in ISO 14001 EMAS and not with private Section addressed. Requirements are to be different places: E corresponds to section A.2 Corresponds to section A.4.1 EMAS corresponds Employee participation (B.4) Meets Basically satisfied: Tasks either on Umweltmanagementbeauftragten (UMB) and Transmit environmental teams or own responsibilities ties for energy management management system (EnMS) designate. Is usually as in the Organization of the EMS covered. Meets

a b

Set energy policy Management officer heand the formation of a call Energy management team agree The "team" may consist of a single person, such as the management officer exist (terms, No. 3.10)

Resources required for the introduction, attainment monitoring, maintaining and Improvement of the EnMS and energy-related Provide performance Scope and Set limits the EnMS

Corresponds to section A.4.1 EMAS: commitment to continuous improvement environmental performance (B.3) Complies with Section A.1

Met: If no differences within the scope are rich.


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Importance of internal EnMS communicate

Corresponds to section A.4.3 EMAS: employee participation (B.4.2)

Meets

Meet the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50001 by EMAS DIN EN ISO 50001 f g Set goals Appropriate energyperformance indicators (ENPI) ensure EMAS Corresponds to section A.3.3 Corresponds to Annex IV C. EMAS Energy Efficiency Core indicator for environmental performance required. Additional also other indicators are used and reported (Annex IV C). REVIEW

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Met: EMAS calls for at least Statistics over the Getotal energy and on the proportion of energy from renewable energy sources. In addition to (Annex IV C 3) Indicators for the Environmental Statement-called ten environmental aspects reported tion will, taking reference on industry-specific Reference documents.

Energy-related performance in long-term planning take into account Measure results and specified intervals report

EMAS: Not literally demanded Basically fulfilled but the sense of continuous Improvement of environmental performance (B.3.2). Measurement corresponds to sectionMeets A.5.1 EMAS: Environmental reporting Annex IV

j 4.2.2

Management Review Representative of the Management Top management must Appoint officers, the sufficient skills and Competences.

Complies with Section A.6 An own section

Meets

In ISO 14001 and EMAS no separate section for the Officer assigned Tasks. The same content mainly section A.4.1. The Commissioner should have the following Powers and responsibilities ties have: ad Ensure that EnMS complies with the standard and the Top management reports is Ensure that planning energy management

Basically satisfied: Tasks either on UMB transferred or own responsibilities designate EnMS. The Is fulfilling the tasks Part of internal and external audits.

Corresponds to section A.4.1 Theorem Meets 4 and letters a and b

Complies with Section A.3.3: Objectives must in

Meets

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Activities that energy policy support the organization f Responsibilities and Define powers and communicate Criteria and methods for the operation and the overSet monitoring the EnMS

Consistent with the environmental policy . stand Corresponds to section A.4.1 Theorem 3 Meets: These skills are ISO 14001 and EMAS Line attributed. The same content Meets general requirements as regards the portions A.4 Implementation and operation and A.5 Checking. Same content section A.4.2 EMAS: employee participation (B.4) Meets

Awareness of energy policy and objectives at all levels promote

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Commitment to continual improve- Complete: improvement and to avoid Term "energy-related of environmental pollution. Performance " EMAS: commitment to imimprovement of environmental performance (B.3)

Includes commitment to Ensuring the availability speed of information and all to achieve the stragic and operational objectives necessary resources Includes commitment to c Compliance with all applicable statutory requirements respect to the energy use Provides the framework for strategic d strategic and operational singlegoals Support the procurement energy-efficient products and services

Not as the content of environmental policy Complete required, but requirement in Section A.4. "Realization and Operation. " EMAS environmental statement as comprehensive information The same requirements with respect Meets on all environmental aspects

Framework of objectives and Targets Not addressed

Meets

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Improvement of energy-using early performance g h Is documented and all Communicate across levels Is regularly reviewed and updated as required Energy policy does not have the g Be public 4.4 4.4.1 Energy planning General Energy planning process perform and documented. Energy planning must be in Consistent energy policy stand and activities continuous improvement of energy-related Lead performance. Energy-related activities the organization must to be checked. A.3 /r The same requirements In the context of Managementbeevaluation covered

system are taken (Annex 2 b, 3 e) into account Meets Meets

Environmental policy of the public must Meets be accessible sensitivity Planning No part of general Corresponds to a summary the requirements of A.3.1 and A.3.3 Basically satisfied: If necessary. Focus on energy take more account

EMAS: Environmental Assessment; Commitment to continual Improvement of environmental performance

Meet the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50001 by EMAS DIN EN ISO 50001 4.4.2 Legal obligations and other requirements Nearly identical to ISO 14001. Legal regulations check regularly. A.3.2 EMAS Legal Obligations and other requirements Almost identical: Duty to Check in A.5.2 Meets REVIEW

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EMAS organizations must prove that for all it significant environmental benefit comply with regulations (Art. 4 No.4 B.2 and Annex II). A.3.1 Environmental aspects Identify environmental aspects; determine significant aspects. Basically satisfied: Environmental aspect of energy necessary topic in more detail. EMAS: Environmental Assessment of direct and indirect environmental aspects, criteria for assessing the meaning must be published light are fully and be traceable (Annex I):
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4.4.3

Energetic evaluation

Development, recording a and maintaining a energy assessment. Documentation of Methodology and criteria. For energy rating include:

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Identify sources of energy. Energy use and energy consumption measure, analyze and evaluate. Areas with substantial Determine energy use (Eg, facilities, equipment, Processes that influence the Staff) Significant use of energydetermine areas. Future energy use and Estimate energy consumption b

EMAS: Environmental Assessment of Basically direct fulfilled Environmental aspects (Annex I, Annex II B.1) Significant environmental aspects determine and take into UMS account. Basically satisfied: If necessary. complement future Needs assessment, detailed representation EMAS environmental assessment. Taken and investment-related into account of past, ongoing Significance rating and the planned activities (Annex I)

Identification and prioritization of opportunities for improvement improvement of energy-related Performance

Objectives and enviprogram (A. 3.3) EMAS: commitment to continuous improvement, covered in substance by orderworld tax audit, environmental program, objectives and Management Review Monitoring and measuring (A.5.1), internal audit (A.5.5) or audit (Annex III), Management review (A.6)

Basically satisfied: If necessary. Use of energy Objectives and environmental program more take into account

Energy assessment in fixed intervals update as well as substantial changes (Facilities, equipment, Processes, etc.).

Basically satisfied: If necessary. special environmental tax audits for Issue of energy carry out

EMAS environmental assessment for significant changes and Required updating of all UMS components (Art. 8)

Page 9 Meet the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50001 by EMAS DIN EN ISO 50001 4.4.4 Energetic Base Energetic basis create using the information from the initial energy Evaluation and prerelationship of data from a the energy use and the EMAS Meets Environmental Assessment EMAS EMAS initial environmental review as Basically satisfied: Base (Annex I), If necessary. next key indicator Update on key Energy efficiency more Changes (Article 8). quantitative reference points as the basis for a Core indicator of energy efficiency in Comparison of energiebezodetermine the environmental statement determine own performance.
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Energyperiod. consumption reasonable Senen Changes in the energy are performance-related opposite to the base measure. 4.4.5 Energy performance indicators Appropriate energy performance tion ratios (ENPI) identify and regularly review. Methodology todraw and check.

(Annex IV)

Corresponds to core indicators EMAS EMAS: Core Indicator energy effi- Basically satisfied: ciency and other pertinent "Energy performance" may be Indicators of environmental for example, use of energy, performance in the environmental statement Energy efficiency or energy (Annex IV) consumption relate; See Def 3.6 of the ISO 50,001th Objectives, targets and program (s) Almost identical Basically satisfied: Energy aspects in EMAS objectives Environment Programme and Associated with significant Appropriate environmental objectives Environmental aspects need to be into account. Into account environmental statement be, must be evaluated performance If necessary. supplement training are; duty environmental performance say the test methodology to improve (B.3), core and other relevant indicators (Annex IV); Annual presentation in (Updated) Environmental Statement (Environment Programme) Implementation and operation No part of general Environment Programme and Met: Results of the environmental assessment "Action Plan" of the The basis of the EMS. ISO 50001 equivalent conceptually the Environmental program.

4.4.6 Strategic and operational A.3.3 Objectives and action plans Nearly identical to ISO 14001 Energy targets instead "Environmental" goals Action plan instead "Environmental program" In addition: the action plans statements about the need to Contain methods with the the improvement of the energygiebezogenen performance and checking the results of are. 4.5 4.5.1 Implementation and operation A.4 General For the introduction and the implementation of the EnMS have action plans and others from the planning proprocess, outcomes be used.

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A.4.1

Resources, roles, Responsibilities and authority Availability of the resources sure, tasks, responsibilities and powers define, document and communicate; Officer order of management. Basically satisfied: See notes above to Section 4.2 of the ISO 50,001th

Appropriate content Requirements are found in Section 4.2 "Responsibility of management ".

4.5.2

Skills training and awareness Formal requirements nearidentical to ISO 14001, reduced to energy.

A.4.2

Competence, training and awareness EMAS: Stronger Required employee contribution (B.4) Basically fulfilled. If necessary. special training on Energy offer.

4.5.3

Communication Communicate internally regarding EnMS and energy related performance. Introduce process to comcomments or improvement proposals for EnMS to assess

A.4.3

Communication Internal communication regarding Meets EMS and environmental aspects. EMAS staff must Met: be included in CIP Of ISO 14001 does not (B.4.3); appropriate forms of required Use employee involvement, such as suggestion systems, group labor, environmental bodies (B.4.4) Similarly, environmental policy needs Meets to ISO 14001 public its EMAS requirement for external Communication and publication monitoring of the environmental statement (B.5 of Annex IV)

Organization decides external communication energy policy, the EnMS and energy-related Performance.

4.5.4

Documentation Requirements for documentation tation (4.5.4.1) and steering (4.5.4.2) almost the same as ISO 14001, reduced to Energy.

A.4.4 A.4.5

Documentation, Control of documents The same content Requirements in A.4.4 and ae A.4.5 ag Met: Various conceptual Differences such as Core elements (core element) instead of the main elements (Main element) and underdifferent translations as Zusammenspiel/Wechinteraction (for interaction), Suitability / appropriateness (Adequacy), revision / Revision status (revision status), versions / Versions (versions), obsolete / outdated (obsolete)

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Page 11 Meet the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50001 by EMAS DIN EN ISO 50001 4.5.5 Operational control Identify and process planning activities and maintain obtained in the cotion with the essential Energy use areas . stand a Criteria for the effective Operation and maintenance significant energy areas of application set. Systems, processes, systems etc., in accordance with operational criteria operate. b A.4.6 EMAS Operational control Not directly addressed concrete than A.4.1 (Resources freezing) Basically satisfied: Operational control may outclear energy-related Specify procedures REVIEW

Stipulating the operating criteria in the process.

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Ensure that processes, Basically fulfilled with the significant environmental aspects related are, under specified Conditions are executed. Stipulating the operating criteria in the process.

Appropriate operational controls communicate

Not directly addressed concrete than a A.4.3 (Internal communications) EMAS: employee participation all levels

Basically fulfilled

4.5.6

Interpretation In the interpretation (in Engl. Original: "Design") new altered or renovated Plants, processes, etc., with significant influence over the energy-related performance, have opportunities to Improvement of energy-using solid performance considering are drawn. Review of energiebezoown performance in relevant th procurement activities included.

No direct equivalent When planning to environmentaspekte also taking into tion of new or modified Techniques to determine (A.3.1). Basically satisfied: If necessary. in terms of energyaspect more regulations conditions required.

There must be procedures regarding the significant environenvironmental aspects of used goods and services (A.4.6 c). EMAS in the context of environmental product life testing should lusbezogene aspects taken into be considered. Environmental aspects regarding the procurement must be taken into account (Annex 2). Renewed Environment
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testing, etc. Changes (Article for major 8)

Meet the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50001 by EMAS DIN EN ISO 50001 4.5.7 Procurement of energyservices, Products, facilities and energy Procurement is partially on the energy-related Performance based. Supplier should be informed. Requirements for Procurement of energy must be specified. It has to procure Energy using products Facilities and services tions criteria for the Energy use, consumption and give efficiency. EMAS No direct equivalent REVIEW

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There must be procedures with respect to the major Environmental aspects for used Goods and services. Procedures and requirements are the suppliers and clients to announce participants (C A.4.6).

Basically satisfied: If necessary. concerning Energy aspect more Regulations required.

EMAS environmental aspects with regard Lich procurement must be considered. It is to consider what measures reduction of the environmental effects are taken can (Annex 2). Emergency preparedness and Security Review Monitoring and measuring Relevant features of the Meets Operations with significant Effect on the environmental aspects monitor and measure; Record information.

Emergency preparedness is A.4.7 missing in the 50001 (but see Footnote in 4.5.5) 4.6 4.6.1 Check the performance Monitoring, measurement and analysis Those characteristics that the energy-related performance determine need regular SSIG monitored, measured and analyzed and results are recorded. A.5 A.5.1

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The following features must at least considered are: Significant use of energyareas and their relevant Variables, the results energy assessment, Energy figures (ENPI) Environmental aspect of energy monitor Basically satisfied: surfaces under consideration Concrete guidelines to new or modified activities, indicators (according to th, products and services In addition to ISO 50001 Gen. Information on the consider: energy use keep updated (A.3.1); and energy consumption) Monitor performance. EMAS Energy Efficiency Indicator Effectiveness of the action plans Appropriate management of regarding the achievement of objectives Procedures and Compliance and current energy with the objectives and consumption compared to the Monitor specific targets. expected rate. One of the organization reasonable plan for Specify energy measurement. Not directly addressed. Information about Umweltaspekte are up to date keep (A.3.1). Basically satisfied: Evaluation of the expected Energy consumption complement. Complete: Energy measurement plan.

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Significant deviations in energy-related Investigate performance and respond. 4.6.2 Evaluation of compliance legislation and other requirements Basically same Requirements such as ISO 14001 (Compliance with legal and other commitments evaluate and record).

Basically satisfied: If necessary. in the process of Dealing with Nichtkonformiactivities focus on Energy set.

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th respect (Art. 4 must No. 4). Non-compliance only before Registration times already be excluded (Article 4.4). 4.6.3 Internal audit of the Energy management system On the same principlerequirements such as ISO 14001. In addition to audited be whether the EnMS with the energy giezielen matches the energy-related Performance is improved 4.6.4 Non-conformities, Corrections, corrective and Prevention measures Identical in content to ISO 14001; term Error instead of non-compliance. A.5.3 A.5.5 Internal Audit

Basically the same requirements ments such as ISO 50001

Meets

EMAS: Environmental audit requires an evaluation of the Environmental performance and also investigating whether the orderenvironmental objectives have been achieved (Annex III B). Non-conformity, corrective and preventive measures Identical in content to ISO 50001; term Non-compliance instead of error. Meets

EMAS non-conformity must be before initial registration has already be excluded.

Meet the requirements of DIN EN ISO 50001 by EMAS DIN EN ISO 50001 4.6.5 Control of Records Nearly identical to ISO 14001. Records should be certain activities be traceable. Records should also the proof of the results the energy-related performance tion serve. A.5.4 EMAS Control of Records Almost identical with ISO 50001; Records are to be found be. Met: In the English original in two standards "traceable"; Deviation by overEMAS environmental performance has caused a translations Part of the management review be evaluated (B.3) is in Environmental Statement published. REVIEW

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4.7 4.7.1

Management review General Complies with ISO 14001

A.6

Management review Complies with ISO 50001 Met: Deviating terms: Top-Management/Oberstes Governing body (Translation)

4.7.2 Input parameters for the Management Review Nearly identical to ISO 14001, other Order In addition: "Prediction of energy-related performance " (Letter h) (Note: Original is in Engl. "Projected energy performance ", meaning after so rather "planning" instead of Prediction. Since there is a Input parameters goes, thus probably the energy planning meant to point 4.4) 4.7.3 Results of the Management Reviews Almost identical to ISO 14001 Additionally called: Energy ratios (ENPI) and Provision of resources Almost identical to ISO 50001 Met: For ISO 50001 Compliance EMAS environmental performance the additional indimust be evaluated (B.3.2), indicators (energy use, these include the Consumption) to be taken into Core indicators. term. Almost identical to ISO 50001 Meets

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