BM TRADA: Inefficient energy-management leaves UK firms “wide open” to financial risk
Energy Management magazine is running a story about BM TRADA, the international certification organisation.
The article focuses upon BM TRADA’s warning that inefficient energy management policies and management systems could be leaving companies and public-sector organisations “wide open” to major financial risk.
Tom Johnston, BM TRADA’s Chief Operating Officer of Central Certification Services, said companies need to continue “rising to the challenge” of energy management.
Speaking at the launch of BM TRADA’s expansion into UKAS-accredited ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management Certification, following a successful pilot scheme, Johnston said: “Outdated and inefficient energy management systems are not only costing companies more than they realise, running into millions of pounds, but are also leaving businesses and organisations wide open to financial and reputational risks which they can ill afford to deal with.”
Energy Management carries news about BM TRADA’s expansion into UKAS-accredited ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management Certification