An The Energy Management System aims to establish the methods and processes necessary to improve energy performance, including efficiency, use, and consumption.

An Energy Management System

National Commission for the Well-organized Use of Energy

Also, the application of the system is intended to lead to reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, energy costs, and other related environmental impacts.

In this way, the application of an Energy Management System is feasible for all types and sizes of companies. Regardless of geographical, cultural, or social conditions. However, successful implementation depends on the commitment of all levels and functions of the company and, especially, senior management.

For this, it will be necessary to specify the requirements of the EnMS, develop and implement an energy policy, establish the objectives, goals, and mandatory action plans, and take into account the legal requirements and the information related to energy consumption.

Thus, the Sinn will allow industries to meet their policy commitments, take the necessary measures to improve their EE and demonstrate the system’s conformity with national and international parameters, especially those established by the International Organization for Correction through the standard ISO50001.

In addition, since energy is an essential element for the quality of life of human beings and is a significant input for all productive activities, its availability has played a central role in the development process of humanity.

Therefore, the Sinn must consider the dimensions of sustainable development: political, economic, social, and environmental.

What are our Solutions for industrial Energy Management?

When they talk to us about Energy Efficiency and energy management, mistrust and sometimes weariness invades us. “Another one with the same thing,” we thought. Yes, we know that during these years, the concept of Energy Efficiency has been a hackneyed term that has sounded at the level of ideas such as “crisis” or now “pandemic.” Still, you need to start with energy performance, and we know what happens.

  • Mistrust in the face of the number of agents and actors around the EE in the last decade.
  • Distrust of that agent/actor “that we let enter our company” to obtain the previously available savings.
  • Lack of confidence that the time invested by someone on the team or by an entire squad brings benefits to our company.

QUIET, you are not the only one, and you are not alone. But luckily, we know how to mitigate that mistrust and walk towards the future, accompanying you on this journey where we will earn your trust and obtain YOUR SATISFACTION. We will achieve PROFITABILITY and BENEFITS (SAVINGS) for your organization; start with energy management, savings, and energy efficiency with our chief energy auditor in industry and construction.

We want to earn your trust. Shall we continue the journey?

Measurement as an initial step for energy management and efficiency
Lecture by the Innova group by Germán Casanova on April 17, 2012. In which an analysis of the European Energy Strategy, the situation in Spain, and how measurement can be an initial step for energy management and efficiency
Félix Adán_Metragaz self-consumption optimization (GNF)
Lecture given at the Conference on 6 Sigma Lean held on June 13 in Madrid. The experience in the Reduction of the Self-consumption of gas necessary to transport gas from Algeria to Spain was present during the presentation.
Regulatory Context and Energy Management Systems ISO 50001.2014
Presentation by Marta Aguilar, CEARA Consulting and Training Manager within the AEC Committee on the Environment framework in January 2014. The presentation explains the Regulatory Context and Energy Management Systems ISO 50001.

Energy management must contribute to establishing short, medium, and long-term objectives aimed at optimizing the use of energy resources and their techniques:

  • Use of renewable energy sources.
  • Replacement of some energy sources.
  • Analysis of the energy saving of the actions carried out.
  • Thermal isolation.
  • Waste management.
  • Analysis of the environmental atmosphere.
  • Study of original techniques to produce and save energy.
  • Economic analysis of management.


Therefore Energy management includes the development and operation of energy production and energy consumption units and energy distribution and storage. Objectives are resource conservation, climate protection, and cost savings, while the users have permanent access to the energy they need.