Energy standard could save universities £14m a year

An international energy management standards has proved popular among businesses in its first year

The number of applicants for a new international energy management systems standard has doubled since 2011.

ISO 50001 was launched in conjunction with the British Standards Institution (BSI) one year ago to replace BS EN 16001.

Work with Sheffield Hallam University, an early adopter and one of the largest universities, has also revealed the potential for saving money by using the new standard. The university has already shaved £50,000 off its energy bills between January and May 2012, according to the BSI.

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