Energy Efficiency in Business

A systematic approach to energy efficiency in business implies the commitment of business owners, managers and employees to continuously strive to reduce energy consumption per unit of product/service unit, to save costs arising from the use of different energy sources and to introduce eco-friendly technologies and renewable energy sources.

It includes an analysis of the current energy situation of the company concerned, a survey of energy consumers, a survey of energy technologies currently used, the identification of possible energy efficiency measures and projects and the preparation of an action plan (coordinated roadmap) with identified financial resources.

Furthermore, it includes the development of an energy strategy, the setting up of energy saving targets, the development of a monitoring system and the implementation of ISO 50001 into the organization.



  • Development of strategic guidelines on energy consumption and energy efficiency and harmonising them with development activities and investments
  • Establishment of an efficient energy monitoring system
  • Establishment of an efficient energy supply system and strengthening partnerships with energy suppliers
  • Implementation of short- and long-term measures to improve energy efficiency
  • Identifying energy efficiency projects
  • Creating awareness of the importance of energy saving within the organisation, cost cutting, use of new (low energy consumption) technologies and use of renewable energy sources.


  • Reducing energy costs
  • Reducing greenhouse gas emissions and other pollutants
  • Reducing energy consumption for production and services
  • Improving efficiency of current energy systems
  • Higher levels of innovation and the establishment of continuous improvements in energy consumption
  • Establishing energy consumption indicators and raising awareness among employees and management of the environmental impact of energy consumption, costs and savings.