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Energy management integrated in the management system of companies in the function of environmental protection: A case study
Univeristy of Niš, Faculty of Occupational Safety

emailsnezana.zivkovic@znrfak.ni.ac.rs
Project:
Improvement of the monitoring system and the assessment of a long-term population exposure to pollutant substances in the environment using neural networks (MESTD - 43014)
Research and development of energy efficient and environment friendly polygeneration systems based on renewable energy sources utilization (MESTD - 42006)

Keywords: energy management systems; energy efficiency; integrated management systems; EN 16001; ISO 50001; ISO 14001
Abstract
Energy efficiency and better energy management are increasingly the focus of attention in the world and in our country. The reasons are that there is significant potential in terms of energy savings, reduction of related costs and decrease of greenhouse gas emissions. The establishment of an energy management system in Serbian organizations is more than necessary. The reason is that we are among the countries with the worst results in terms of energy efficiency and such a treatment of energy directly affects the cost of our products and reduces the competitiveness of our companies on the global market. Also, one should not ignore the importance of the impact on the environment. As a model of an efficient energy management system in the framework of the existing integrated management system, the example of the energy process in the Oil Refinery Belgrade is presented in this paper.
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*** (2009) EN 16001: 2009: Energy management systems: Requirements with guidance for use
*** (2009) I.S. EN 16001: 2009: Implementation guide: Energy management systems: Requirements with guidance for use. Sustainable Energy Ireland
*** (2004) ISO 14001: 2004: Environmental management systems: Requirements with guidance for use
*** ISO/CD 50001: Energy management systems: Requirements with guidance for use
*** Key performance indicators for boilers. Oil Refinery Belgrade internal records
*** (2008-2009) UNIDO project reports on cleaner production in Serbia: 2008-1, 2009-1. www.cpc-serbia.org
Piñero, E. (2009) Future ISO 50001 for energy management system. ISO focus, Vol. 6. No. 8, pp. 18-20
 

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published in SCIndeks: 10/02/2014

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