FoodProductionDaily spoke to Rainer Lange, Mobil SHC brand advisor, EMEA, ExxonMobil, about its partnership with Energy Consulting Allgäu, where the two companies will advise food processors and manufacturers on how to achieve energy efficiency ratings
Lange said it will offer a new service to clients across Europe including workshops and site visits and plant audits next month.
“We will be offering customers a plant audit as a first step and providing more information about ISO 50001 targets and demands after that,” he said.
In 2015, regulations evolved to support the achievement of ISO 50001 certification. The standard is the International Organization for Standardization’s framework that governs the establishment and implementation of energy management systems.
The ISO 50001 standard specifies requirements in relation to companies’ energy efficiency policies; target-setting; data use for decision-making and measurement of results. It offers guidelines on how to review and continually improve energy management.