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Unformatted text preview: FOR COMMERCIAL USE OR REPRODUCTION. DS/EN ISO 50001:2011 Planning Inputs Energy Review Past and present energy uses A. ANALYSE ENERGY USE AND CONSUMPTION • Relevant variables affec ng significant energy use • Performance This diagram shows the basic concepts of energy planning Planning Outputs B. IDENTIFY AREAS OF SIGNIFICANT ENERGY USE AND CONSUMPTION • ENERGY BASELINE • EnPI(s) • OBJECTIVES • TARGETS • ACTION PLANS C. IDENTIFY OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVING ENERGY PERFORMANCE Figure A.2 — Energy planning process concept diagram This clause focuses on the energy performance of the organization and tools to maintain and continually improve energy performance. Benchmarking is the process of collecting, analysing and relating energy performance data of comparable activities with the purpose of evaluating and comparing performance between or within entities. Different types of benchmarking exist, ranging from internal benchmarking, for the purpose of highlighting good practices within the organization, to external benchmarking, in order to establish the...
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