Season's Greetings

We are imagining all of you are somewhat quite busy coming to the final month of the year. With this occasion, we would like to send a message to Japan.

EnMS-Doc extends our sincere sympathy to all those affected by the Great East Japan Earthquake. We hope for an earliest possible recovery of the disaster-stricken area.
With the difficult year that Japan experienced, it seems as a fate that the same year ISO 50001, the international standard for "energy management system" was born. Why? Because in such difficult year, Japan has demonstrated the skill of energy management.
With the shortage of power supply especially towards the summer period, METI's Agency for Natural Resources and Energy (ANRE) as an Energy Champion, requested power-save drive (enhancement of energy management) throughout Japan. As a result, Japan as a whole (From large to small businesses to residential energy users users) demonstrated the management skill to save energy. METI-ANRE estimates over 15 % saving shall be achieved in 2011. This means Japan has achieved the saving target for 2020 in one year!! We think Japan as a nation, deserves ISO 50001 Certification.

We wish you all a meaningful year end and have a happy and prosperous new year of 2012.

We would like to re-visit the real purpose of ISO 50001, and to cheer up the EnMS International Standard.

If you appreciate the content of ISO 50001, then you come to realize that...
ISO 50001 is not at all particular about the "certification".
ISO 50001 is particular about "Improving your energy performance"
It strongly recommends to take the essence rather than formality.
So, what is the “essence”?Learn more...

"Practical Guide to ISO 50001 Energy Management System"
The summary of "EnMS Charter", the highest level document in EnMS.

In response to our viewers calling for "All 12 documents at economical price", here is a new full set menu at a price 180.00 USD

Documentation is very important in EnMS operation and for the ISO 50001 certification...Learn more...

ISO 50001 is to eliminate ISO-lation...Learn more...


We have encouraging messages from Luca, Italy, just graduated from university who purchased the entire 12 key EnMS documents from us:

Reading the documents, I realize that there are no equal documents among university books. I've found documents about Energy Management but are all too generic or too technical. Your documents are exactly in the middle...Learn more...

"Welcome ISO 50001" statement

We would like to congratulate and give our utmost respect to the ISO organization, PC242 (and now TC242) and associated members involved in launching the standard as a result of their invaluable inputs with their time and effort.

Energy management has always been a part of ISO 14001, the international standard for environmental management system only if the person concerned wished to have energy management as one of the clauses in the requirements.

Energy management, for superior energy performance, for better energy efficiency and for reducing a significant cost related to energy indeed promotes positive aspect of environmental impact. It is an interesting phenomenon that when there is a drive for compliance for requirements, people tend to make more effort in erasing negative impacts rather than enhancing positive impacts.

For this reason, it is an inevitable outcome to have ISO 50001 the stand alone EnMS. ISO 50001 will enhance our improvement motive and skill in our business operation on account of energy related operation.Learn more...

Our mission #1

To provide guidebooks for ISO 50001 related documents which also serve as template for creating document

Our mission #2

To broaden association with organisation or individuals involving EnMS in compliance with ISO 50001
Permission to use extracts from ISO 50001 was provided by Standards Council of Canada. No further reproduction is permitted without prior written approval from Standards Council of Canada.