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Enhance your ISO 50001 journey with building analytics
ISO 50001 is the international standard for Energy Management systems. It is designed to enable organisations to establish systems and processes necessary to improve energy performance, including efficiency, use and consumption.
CIM’s PEAK building analytics platform is built around the same framework used for ISO 50001, the international standard governing how to establish, implement, maintain and improve an energy management system.
How ISO 50001 and building analytics align?
A good building analytics platform, supported by a comprehensive rules library and backed by technical expertise, will make it much easier for sites to start their ISO 50001 journey and improve their certification success rate.
Building analytics removes most of the time-consuming and manual effort usually required to achieve ISO 50001, and helps organisations maintain certification across multiple assets with minimal resources. It also ensures that any costs invested into improving site performance are maximised for energy efficiency and a return on investment.
CIM’s software as a service (SaaS) building analytics platform is built around the same framework used for ISO 50001, the international standard governing how to establish, implement, maintain and improve an energy management system.
What are the ISO 50001 requirements?
- Develop a policy for more efficient energy use
- Establish energy targets and objectives
- Make data-driven decisions about energy use
- Measure results and continually improve energy management
Want to learn how CIM’s building analytics solution could work for you?
Get in touch with our team of technical engineers and see how building analytics can enhance your ISO 50001 journey. We’re flexible and will tailor our solutions to suit your needs.
How It Works
Billions of building data points are streamed and captured to detect equipment failure, abnormal operation and optimization opportunities.
These Alerts are displayed as tickets within the platform and include a detailed explanation of the issue, impacted equipment, rectification steps and data trend history.
Through this centralized workflow and communication, teams can spend less time doing meetings, paperwork, emails and follow up. And more time getting things done.
PEAK reporting mechanisms provide detailed yet clear insights across a range of building performance areas including electricity, gas and water usage, thermal comfort and relative humidity, CO2-e saved, equipment performance etc.