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In 2012, WAGO was one of the very first companies to be certified.

In 2012, WAGO was one of the very first companies to be certified.

In 2012, WAGO was one of the very first companies to be certified.

Energy management is not just an empty word at WAGO; instead, we live it by conserving resources and protecting the environment.

All organizational and technical measures serve the goal of using as little energy as possible in the production and operation of the buildings. Here, careful handling of resources has been a cornerstone of our company policy for many years. In 2012, WAGO successfully passed the DIN EN ISO 50001 energy management certification, which forms the basis for our systematic worldwide actions.

For certification, energy management systems must meet standardized requirements. The individual actions required may vary greatly and are an ongoing process.
Goal: Reducing energy costs, greenhouse gases and other environmental impacts.

To be certified according to DIN 50001, a company/organization must ...

  • Introduce and document an energy management system in accordance with DIN 50001,
  • Define and document, as well as implement and maintain the application range and the limits of its/their energy management system,
  • Define and document, as well as implement and maintain the application range and the limits of its/their energy management system,
  • Determine and document how they/it fulfill the requirements of DIN 50001 with a view towards consistent improvement of its/their energy efficiency.

The three following pillars are required:

1. Energy team

  • Energy management representative + team established by the top management (defining responsibilities).

2. Energy Policy

  • Type and scope of energy use according to the size of the business organization
  • Commitment to continuous improvement
  • Availability of required information and resources
  • Compliance with legal and other requirements (defining objectives)

3. Energy planning

  • Determination and evaluation of both past and current energy use/consumption
  • Estimation of future energy use and consumption
  • Identification of the major energy consumption, prioritization of improvement possibilities (from rough to detail)

You can learn more about sustainability at WAGO here.

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