This document specifies the requirements and principles for the design and implementation of an energy measurement and monitoring plan for an organization in order to improve its energy performance. The measurement and monitoring plan defines a measurement system for monitoring and analysing the energy performance of an organization, taking into account its influencing factors.
This document applies to all forms of energy, to all energy uses and to all types of organizations. It does not apply to domestic dwellings.

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This document specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system (EnMS). The intended outcome is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance and the EnMS.
This document:
a)    is applicable to any organization regardless of its type, size, complexity, geographical location, organizational culture or the products and services it provides;
b)    is applicable to activities affecting energy performance that are managed and controlled by the organization;
c)    is applicable irrespective of the quantity, use, or types of energy consumed;
d)    requires demonstration of continual energy performance improvement, but does not define levels of energy performance improvement to be achieved;
e)    can be used independently, or be aligned or integrated with other management systems.
Annex A provides guidance for the use of this document. Annex B provides a comparison of this edition with the previous edition.

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This European Standard specifies requirements for Guarantees of Origin of Electricity from all energy sources. This standard will establish the relevant terminology and definitions, requirements for registration, issuing, transferring and cancellation in line with the RES, Energy Efficiency and IEM Directives. This standard will also cover measuring methods and auditing procedures.
These Guarantees of Origin may be traded and/or used for Disclosure/Labelling.
The content of this standard can, for example, be applied, after necessary modifications, to heating, cooling, and gas (including biogas). These modifications are not part of this standard.
This European Standard will not establish any sustainability criteria, this work is done elsewhere.
This standard is suitable for certification purposes.

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This European Standard specifies the competence requirements of the energy auditor.
This European Standard can be used to specify energy auditor qualification schemes at a national level; used by organizations undertaking energy audits to appoint a suitably competent energy auditor and used by organizations, in conjunction with EN 16247-1, EN 16247-2, EN 16247-3 and EN 16247-4, to ensure a good level of quality of the energy audits.
This European Standard also recognizes that all the competence required can reside in the energy auditor or a team of energy auditors.

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This European standard specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables of an energy audit within a process. These consist of:
a)   organizing and conducting an energy audit;
b)   analysing the data from the energy audit;
c)   reporting and documenting the energy audit findings.
This part of the standard applies to sites where the energy use is due to process. It shall be used in conjunction with and is supplementary to EN 16247 1, Energy audits  - Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247 1 and shall be applied simultaneously.
A process could include one or more production lines, offices, laboratories, research centers, packaging and warehouse sections with specific operational conditions and site transportation. An energy audit could include the whole site or part of a site.
If buildings are included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 2, Energy Audits  - Part 2: Buildings. If on-site transport on a site is included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 4, Energy audits  -Part 4: Transport.
NOTE   The decision to apply Parts 2 and 4 could be made during the preliminary contact, see 5.1.

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This European Standard shall be used in conjunction with and is supplementary to EN 16247 1, Energy audits — Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247 1 and shall be applied simultaneously.
The procedures described here apply to the different modes of transport (road, rail, marine and aviation), as well as the different ranges (local to long distance) and what is transported (basically, goods and people).
This European Standard specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables specific to energy audits in the transport sector, every situation in which a displacement is made, no matter who the operator is (a public or private company or whether the operator is exclusively dedicated to transport or not), is also addressed in this document.
This European Standard advises on both the optimization of energy within each mode of transport, as well as selecting the best mode of transport in each situation; the conclusions drawn by the energy audit can influence decisions on infrastructure and investment e.g. in teleconferencing or web meetings.
Energy audits of buildings and processes associated with transport can be conducted respectively with the EN 16247 2 Buildings and EN 16247 3 Processes e.g. pipelines, depots and escalators/travelators. This part of the standard does not include the infrastructure which supplies energy e.g. the electricity generation of energy for railways.

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This European Standard is applicable to specific energy audit requirements in buildings. It specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables of an energy audit in a building or group of buildings, excluding individual private dwellings. It shall be applied in conjunction with, and is supplementary to, EN 16247 1, Energy audits  - Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247 1 and shall be applied simultaneously.
If processes are included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 3, Energy audits  - Part 3: Processes. If on-site transport on a site is included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247 4, Energy audits  - Part 4: Transport.
NOTE   This standard may cover multi-dwelling apartment blocks where communal services are supplied from a landlord. It is not intended for individual dwellings and single family houses.

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This European Standard specifies requirements and provides recommendations for energy efficiency benchmarking methodology. The purpose of energy efficiency benchmarking is to establish the relevant data and indicators on energy consumption, both technical and behavioural, qualitative and quantitative in comparing performance between or within entities.
Energy efficiency benchmarking can be either internal (within a specific organisation) or external (between organisations including competitors). This standard describes how to establish the boundaries of what is being benchmarked, including for example facilities, activities, processes, products, services and organisations.
This European Standard provides guidance on the criteria to be used in order to choose the appropriate level of detail for the data collection, processing and reviewing which suits the objective of the benchmarking.
This European Standard does not itself state specific performance requirements with respect to energy use. For all activities related to the continual improvement cycle (such as the Plan-Do-Check-Act methodology) reference shall be made to management systems in the organisation.

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This European Standard specifies the definitions and minimum requirements for an energy efficiency service.

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This document specifies requirements for a valuation of energy related investments (VALERI). It provides a description on how to gather, calculate, evaluate and document information in order to create solid business cases based on Net Present Value calculations for ERIs. The standard is applicable for the valuation of any kind of energy related investment.
The document focusses mainly on the valuation and documentation of the economic impacts of ERIs. However, non-economic effects (e.g. noise reduction) that can occur through undertaking an investment are also considered. Thus, qualitative effects (e.g. impact on the environment) - even if they are non-monetisable - are taken into consideration.

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This document specifies the requirements, common methodology and deliverables for energy audits. It applies to all forms of establishments and organizations, all forms of energy and uses of energy. This document covers the general requirements common to all energy audits. Specific energy audit requirements complete the general requirements in separate parts dedicated to energy audits for buildings, industrial processes and transport.

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This document specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables of an energy audit within a process. These consist of:
a) organizing and conducting an energy audit;
b) analysing the data from the energy audit;
c) reporting and documenting the energy audit findings.
This part of the standard applies to sites where the energy use is due to process. It is used in conjunction with and is supplementary to EN 16247-1, Energy audits — Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247-1 and is applied simultaneously.
A process could include one or more production lines, offices, laboratories, research centres, packaging and warehouse sections with specific operational conditions and site transportation. An energy audit could include the whole site or part of a site.
If buildings are included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247-2, Energy Audits — Part 2: Buildings. If on-site transport on a site is included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor may choose to apply EN 16247-4, Energy audits — Part 4: Transport.
NOTE The decision to apply Parts 2 and 4 could be made during the preliminary contact, see 5.1.

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Scope of the new standard(s) is to define the minimum requirements of an Energy Performance Contract between the beneficiary and
the provider of an energy efficiency measure that delivers a contractually agreed level of energy efficiency improvement and other
agreed energy performance criterion and meet the requirements of:
- cost effectiveness in relation to the benefits generated by the energy efficiency measure (appropriateness of the EPC);
- risk mitigation and risk allocation toolkit;
- Eurostat and IASB requirements for statistical treatment and financial accounting;
- due diligence and underwriting procedures of financial institutions and assets evaluators.

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This document is used in conjunction with and is supplementary to EN 16247-1, Energy audits — Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247-1 and is applied simultaneously.
The procedures described here apply to the different modes of transport (road, rail, marine and aviation), as well as the different ranges (local- to long-distance) and what is transported (i.e. goods and people).
This document specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables specific to energy audits in the transport sector, every situation in which a displacement is made, no matter who the operator is (a public or private company or whether the operator is exclusively dedicated to transport or not), is also addressed in this document.
This document advises on both the optimization of energy within each mode of transport, as well as selecting the best mode of transport in each situation; the conclusions drawn by the energy audit can influence decisions on infrastructure and investment e.g. in teleconferencing or web meetings.
Energy audits of buildings and processes associated with transport can be conducted respectively with the EN 16247-2 Buildings and EN 16247-3 Processes e.g. pipelines, depots and escalators/travelators. This part of the standard does not include the infrastructure which supplies energy e.g. the electricity generation of energy for railways.

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This document is applicable to specific energy audit requirements in buildings. It specifies the requirements, methodology and deliverables of an energy audit in a building or group of buildings, It is applied in conjunction with, and is supplementary to, EN 16247-1, Energy audits — Part 1: General requirements. It provides additional requirements to EN 16247-1 and is applied simultaneously.
If processes are included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor can choose to apply EN 16247-3, Energy audits — Part 3: Processes. If on-site transport on a site is included in the scope of the energy audit, the energy auditor can choose to apply EN 16247-4, Energy audits — Part 4: Transport.

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This document gives guidance for organizations on establishing a phased approach to implement an energy management system (EnMS). This phased approach is intended to support and simplify the implementation of an EnMS for all types of organizations, in particular for small and medium-sized organizations (SMOs).
This document gives guidance on the use of twelve core elements with four levels of maturity for each element to establish, implement, maintain and improve an EnMS that results in energy performance improvement.
It enables the user of this document to implement a phased approach to achieve a level of energy management appropriate to its objectives and to build a strong foundation which can subsequently be extended towards meeting the requirements of ISO 50001:2018. This document is consistent with ISO 50001:2018 but does not cover all of its requirements.

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ISO 50001:2011 specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy management system, whose purpose is to enable an organization to follow a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy use and consumption.
ISO 50001:2011 specifies requirements applicable to energy use and consumption, including measurement, documentation and reporting, design and procurement practices for equipment, systems, processes and personnel that contribute to energy performance.
ISO 50001:2011 applies to all variables affecting energy performance that can be monitored and influenced by the organization. ISO 50001:2011 does not prescribe specific performance criteria with respect to energy.
ISO 50001:2011 has been designed to be used independently, but it can be aligned or integrated with other management systems.
ISO 50001:2011 is applicable to any organization wishing to ensure that it conforms to its stated energy policy and wishing to demonstrate this to others, such conformity being confirmed either by means of self-evaluation and self-declaration of conformity, or by certification of the energy management system by an external organization.
ISO 50001:2011 also provides, in Annex A, informative guidance on its use.

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This standard specifies requirements for establishing, implementing, maintaining and improving an energy
management system. Such a system takes into account legal obligations with which the organisation must
comply and other requirements to which it may subscribe. It enables the organization to take a systematic
approach to the continual improvement of its energy efficiency.
This standard lays down requirements for continual improvement in the form of more efficient and more
sustainable energy use, irrespective of the type of energy. This standard does not itself state specific
performance criteria with respect to energy.
This standard is applicable to any organization that wishes to ensure that it conforms to its stated energy
policy and to demonstrate such conformance to others. This can be confirmed by self-evaluation and selfdeclaration
of conformance or by certification of the energy management system by an external organization.

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