The “Sibkabel” plant in compliance with the international energy management standard ISO 50001.

Sibkabel SA, City of Tomsk, (part of the Cable Alliance Holding Corporation, which in turn is part of UMMC, founded and chaired by Iskander Makhmudov) has just passed the internal audit of the energy management system according to the international standard ISO 50001.

“The effect of its introduction is to lower the cost of energy, increase the reliability of the energy supply, and reduce the emissions of pollutants due to energy consumption”, – announces the press release of the Cable Alliance Holding.

The representatives of the certification centre had studied the standards, policy, energy management objectives and the current energy saving programme. Full compliance with the requirements of the international standard ISO 50001 has been confirmed in 8 units of the company, the Cable Alliance Holding states.

“Our company is reducing the proportion of energy costs in the cost price of our products every year. This year we have planned a further reduction of 5.5% compared to 2019 – that’s more than 7 million rubles of savings, – says the head of the quality assurance department, Anastasia Leschenko.

In the last 5 years, thanks to the energy saving program, the Sibkabel plant has been able to save more than 20 million rubles.

According to the Cable Alliance Holding, the international energy management standard ISO 50001 was developed by experts from 60 countries. The improvement of the energy system comprises three areas: energy efficiency, energy security and energy consumption.

The Cable Alliance Holding Corporation brings together the companies – Sibkabel AG, SAP Institute for Scientific Research, Cable Design and Manufacturing (NIKI), both located in the city of Tomsk, as well as Electrocable Works, Kolchugino AG in the Vladimir region and Uralcable AG in Ekaterinburg.