Dalkia, the first energy services company in France to receive ISO 50001 energy management certification on a nationwide perimeter

18 july 2013
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ISO 50001 has been the global standard for energy since 2011. It certifies the actions taken and efforts made to improve the energy performance of any organization, company or public authority that undertakes a practical program of energy savings.

The certification, delivered by French standards organization Afnor, comes at a time when France is undergoing a national debate on the energy transition and how to transpose the EU's Energy Efficiency directive into French law. For Dalkia's clients, it offers a concrete demonstration of how the company turns its energy savings commitments into tangible results.

 

"This certification is the recognition of our commitment and expertise in the field of energy efficiency. Our goal is to constantly improve the energy performance of the installations that we manage for our clients, and thereby reduce the carbon footprint of the areas where these installations are located. Dalkia's certification comes as a reward for the work of our personnel in France and underscores the value of our approach to making energy savings."

François Habègre
Director of Dalkia's French operations

 

In 2012, Dalkia saved 14.4 TWh of energy across the world and 7.5 million metric tons of CO².

 

Dalkia

A subsidiary of Veolia Environnement and Electricité de France (EDF), Dalkia, a global leader in energy services provides innovative solutions to support the sustainable growth of cities and businesses. In an era of climate change, volatile energy prices and scarce resources, Dalkia offers customers its expertise in developing, constructing and operating greener and more economical energy solutions. With almost 50,000 employees in 35 countries, Dalkia reported managed revenue of €8.9 billion in 2012.

Dalkia website

 

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