The American College of Greece has successfully completed the certification process of the Energy Management System, in accordance with the requirements of EN ISO 50001.
The certification is the outcome of an independent monitoring and evaluation process, which was carried out by the leading inspection and certification organization TUV AUSTRIA HELLAS and it was determined that all specification were fulfilled, based on the model.
This certification verifies the College’s ongoing care in the field of environmental protection, resource conservation and sustainability at every level of operation. It is the outcome of ACG’s long-term commitment to continuous improvement of energy efficiency, through maintenance of an energy measuring and monitoring system.
This commitment also reflects the vision of the President of the College for 2025, faithfully following national and European legislation, a concept that is expressed and supported in practice by all members of staff, the faculty and the students of the College.
Energy management is part of ACG’s overall strategy for sustainable development, for which the College has been awarded the STARS Gold Rating, an assessment instrument for educational institutions around the world, by the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), whose headquarters are in the U.S.A.