Energy is the key element for economic development and human life. On the one hand, the rapid increase in the population, on the other hand the increase in the level of welfare, as well as the developments in industry and technology, increase the energy consumption. This increase leads to energy resources such as natural gas which is not available in our country. In addition, price increases implemented by international powers in all energy sources, including natural gas, constitute a heavy burden on our economy. These problems are added to the political problems of being dependent on energy outside the country.
In 2010, our country owns the 0,7 of the world's oil consumption and 1,2 of the natural gas consumption. According to 2010 year, our country is the world's 17. Europe's 6. is in a state of great economy. Between 1990 and 2008, energy use increased by 87 and this increase continues. The rate of increase has exceeded the projections in recent years and it is the size that creates a deficit in energy needs. Today, there is an outward dependence on the average 70 of the energy requirement.
There is another aspect of this problem. Global climate change is a serious problem. The increase in the amount of carbon dioxide in all countries seriously affects the energy sector and puts pressure on the reduction of energy consumption. The annual loss of energy losses in our country is estimated at 7 billion dollars.
Our country has rich facilities in terms of renewable energy sources. The greater use of these resources will provide a number of benefits, both in terms of adapting to global climate change policies, as well as reducing the deficit of foreign payments in our country, reducing health problems due to air pollution, and providing people with relaxation.
Because of these difficulties in energy resources, many national standards were used and used in Europe for energy management. Each country identified its own energy policies and identified standards based on volunteerism.
The International Standards Organization, based on these national standards, TS EN ISO 50001 Energy Management System has prepared its standard and implemented it in 2011. This system allows firms to prepare action plans, set targets to reduce energy consumption and create energy performance indicators. At the same time, it supports the development of energy performance, capturing opportunities, recording them and putting them in priority.
TS EN ISO 50001 Energy Management System standardIt includes several stages starting from the supply of energy. The evaluation of equipment, products and services that have a significant impact on energy performance, review of energy performance and performance monitoring, purchase of products and services that will provide energy efficiency, supporting the designs that improve energy performance are always within the scope of these standards.
TURCERT certification bodyThe Company also gives importance to the issue of Energy Management System and also provides consultancy and training services as well as certification studies. The TURCERT certification body's Energy Management System training courses can be summarized as follows:
- TS EN 50001 Energy Management System Basic Training
- TS EN 50001 Energy Management System Internal Inspection Training
- TS EN 50001 Energy Management System Documentation Training
TS EN 50001 Energy Management System Basic TrainingIn order to support the system studies and application of the system by interpreting the standard items. This training program covers the TSE certification procedure, the basic concepts of energy efficiency, the definition and interpretation of the system standards, the benefits of the Energy Management System and certification studies, and so on.
TS EN 50001 Energy Management System Internal Inspection Trainingis provided for the training of internal inspectors to supervise the proper management of the system. The ISO 50001 standard requires the internal auditors to operate or install an employee in the firm to determine whether the firm complies with the requirements of the standard, effectively applies standardized provisions and whether the system is maintained or not. This training program covers the interpretation of standard items from the eyes of the examiner, types of examinations, benefits, planning, management, finalization of the examination and report writing.
TS EN 50001 Energy Management System Documentation TrainingIn order to ensure the planning, implementation and supervision of the processes required by the system, the preparation of the documents required by the company is provided. This training program covers the structure of the Energy Management System standard, process documents, application instructions, forms, charts and so on.