Jadranka Hotels – First Chain in Croatia with ISO 50001:2018 Certificate

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Jadranka Hotels, based in Mali Lošinj, were recently given the certificate to prove that they are managing the energy efficiency of their hotels properly, which made the group the first hotel chain in Croatia to be awarded the ISO 50001:2018 certificate. It’s the international energy management and efficiency improvement standard, hrturizam.hr writes.

By applying it as a part of their everyday business, the organisations make sure that the energy spending is actively managed, emissions are reduced without a negative impact, the awareness of the importance of the sustainable energy management among the employees is strenghtened, as well as the improved reputation among the clients, business partners and other interested parties.

To get the efficient tools for efficient energy management, which includes environmental protection, Jadranka Hotels went through a demanding audit of the systems for energy management performed by the SGS Adriatica company, from Italy.

At the ceremony of the awarding of the certificates, member of the board of the Jadranka Hotels, Rikardo Hesky, pointed out that the energy efficiency and environmental protection are part of the long term strategy and business plan for Jadranka Hotels, but also their parent company, Jadranka Group.

The efficient energy management strategy is aligned with the Group’s vision, and they remain focused on the further protection of the amazing nature of Lošinj, as well as applying the best practices to stay true to all of the principles of environmental protection. He added that their goal is to set an example for all hotel companies in Croatia, as well as other businesses in other industries, and to spread the message that efficient energy management is the only way to make sure your business is sustainable.

The contributions of the aforementioned certificate to the everyday business of Jadranka Hotels are: the improvement of energy efficiency, the defining of the base level of energy spending, identifying critical areas as well as areas where improvements are possible, as well as the foundation for the implementation of sustainable planing in terms of investments and planned spending.


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