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EMWG
Overview

Organizations around the globe are using ISO 50001-certified energy management systems to achieve energy, economic, and sustainability benefits that boost competitiveness. ISO 50001 offers a transparent, business-friendly way to align corporate goals with national climate and energy goals. 

 

Energy Management Working Group (EMWG) member governments leverage their resources and take collective action to accelerate ISO 50001 adoption around the globe. Participating governments include Argentina, Australia, Canada [lead], Chile, China, Denmark, the European Commission, Germany, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Sweden, United Arab Emirates, and the United States [lead]. The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) serves as the Operating Agent for the EMWG.

Key Accomplishments

The EMWG organizes the Energy Management Campaign, in which public and private sector leaders are uniting to promote ISO 50001, a proven framework to manage energy use. Each year, the EMWG honors organizations through the global Energy Management Leadership Awards.

Key Activities

By sharing their knowledge, expertise, and experience, the EMWG and its partners:

 

The EMWG also engages private industry, non-government organizations (NGOs), standards and accreditation bodies, and regional energy efficiency programs to combine strengths and support cohesive national and regional energy and climate strategies. Partnerships with organizations such as ISO and UNIDO also strengthen the EMWG’s focus on quality implementation of EnMS and ISO 50001, the international energy management standard.

Policy opportunities

The Energy Management Working Group (EMWG) aims to establish energy management as a key energy efficiency strategy for the industrial and commercial buildings sectors, and works with governments and partners to create or expand programs and policies to promote EnMS adoption. These programs and policies can target the private sector, but EMWG also recommends that governments expand the use of EnMS to publicly owned facilities.

 

View the Key Activities (above) for specific policy opportunities.

Participating countries
Australia
Australia
Canada
Canada
Chile
Chile
China
China
Denmark
Denmark
European Commission
European Commission
Germany
Germany
India
India
Indonesia
Indonesia
Japan
Japan
Korea
Korea
Mexico
Mexico
Saudi Arabia
Saudi Arabia
South Africa
South Africa
Sweden
Sweden
UAE
United Arab Emirates
United States
United States
Partners