As concerns about climate change and our sustainability grow, companies are devoting more time and resources to developing more innovative, greener technologies. Data is one of the most crucial tools that companies have in their arsenal when it comes to saving energy. Analysing existing data can yield meaningful insights into where businesses can improve their energy output.
Many companies and organisations have taken the lead with various initiatives to reduce energy consumption in recent years. And for a good reason – rising energy costs can eat into profits and, more importantly, increase greenhouse gas emissions. Singapore is no different, and the government has been working hard to promote energy efficiency initiatives. Initiatives like switching from carbon-intensive fuel oil to natural gas for their energy production have upped Singapore’s energy conservation game.
With several green energy solutions still in their infancy, there need to be legal obligations for organisations to continuously improve their energy management systems. Since most of them depend on the grid for their power requirements, an ISO 50001 certification helps build trust with the local authorities and pros