Participate in implementation Energy management?

The Energy Management System (EnMS)  for the printing industry will be implemented in 100 SMEs with the help of internal Energy Managers and external  consultantsi to enhance the awareness of industrial associations and SMEs in the European Printing Industry by introducing different materials, awareness tools, benchmark tools for assessment, and an EnMS Standard manual for the Printing Industry in EU.

In the different countries the partners of the consortium have started with the workshops and implementation of the EnMS in the individual companies. In Denmark and the Netherlands the 20 positions are filled. There is already a waitinglist of companies who want to participate in this project in these countries. In Spain, Germany and Czech Republic  unfortunately there are less participants. You can still join the EMSPI-project to implement an Energy Management System in your own company with the support of a specialized consultant for free.

 

Interested?

Please contact your local contactperson! 

  • In Spain: Factor CO2: 0034 902 10 55 60
  • In Germany: Innowise: 0049203393764-0
  • In Czech Republic: Enviros: 00420 284 007 481

Or see our contactpage, click here.

 

Partners

ENVIROS, Czech Republic, is a leading consulting company providing assistance mainly in the field of energy, environmental and business consultancy.

FACTOR CO2, Spain, is well recognized for its knowledge on developing and applying climate change policies, mitigation and energy efficiency assessments.

INNOWISE, Germany, is a research & consultancy company with special expertise in innovation management, knowledge & technology transfer.

GRAKOM, (Graphic Association Denmark), Denmark, is the principal organisation for Danish graphic companies composed by graphic production companies producing printed and electronic products.

DIENSTENCENTRUM, The Netherlands, supports around 400 media enterprises per year (mainly SME’s) in their management of their business. Dienstencentrum is also coordinator of the EMSPI project.

 

 

 
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