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Drive to (ISO) 50001: Campaign and Awards Spur Commitment

Wednesday, December 21, 2016
Drive to (ISO) 50001: Campaign and Awards Spur Commitment

Wide energy management systems (EnMS) adoption will deliver energy, economic, and sustainability benefits to companies, communities, and countries around the world. Responding to the powerful—but largely untapped—potential, the Energy Management Working Group (EMWG), an initiative of the Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) and the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC), seeks to accelerate broad use of EnMS in industry and commercial buildings worldwide.

Clean Energy Ministerial Focuses on ISO 50001 for Low-Carbon Development

Monday, October 31, 2016
Clean Energy Ministerial Focuses on ISO 50001 for Low-Carbon Development

In this interview, Graziella Siciliano, Coordinator of the Clean Energy Ministerial's (CEM's) Energy Management Working Group, discusses CEM's efforts to accelerate broad use of ISO 50001, the benefits of wide adoption of ISO 50001 around the world, obstacles hindering global energy efficiency improvements, and the importance of international collaboration. 

2017 Global Energy Management Awards Program Launches, Now Accepting Entries

Tuesday, October 04, 2016
2017 Global Energy Management Awards Program Launches, Now Accepting Entries

Top winners to be honored on international stage at eighth Clean Energy Ministerial in 2017

Announced today, the 2017 CEM Energy Management Leadership Awards will raise global awareness of the benefits of energy management and accelerate uptake of these systems to support corporate, national, and global climate goals. Organizations that have an ISO 50001-certified energy management system may compete for these prestigious awards. The submission deadline is 24 January 2017.

National Programs to Build Capacity for Effective ISO 50001 Implementation in North America

Tuesday, September 20, 2016
National Programs to Build Capacity for Effective ISO 50001 Implementation in North America

This paper will present activities across North America related to effective implementation of ISO 50001. The range of program activities will be described, with a special focus on 1) personnel credentialing programs, and 2) developing a methodology to predict energy savings and GHG reductions resulting from future ISO 50001 implementation. Analysis of data will be provided, supporting the value of competency-based personnel certification in achieving robust implementation outcomes. Additionally, a methodology for predicting ISO 50001 GHG impacts, developed by the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) and under review by the ISO 50001 Global Research Network, will be presented.

Award of Excellence Winners Share ISO 50001 Insights and Business Benefits

Thursday, June 02, 2016
Award of Excellence Winners Share ISO 50001 Insights and Business Benefits

Business leaders are using a powerful, global energy management standard, ISO 50001, to drive the organizational change needed for a clean energy transformation. CEM’s top Energy Management Leadership Award winners—Cummins, Inc., LG Chem, Ltd, and New Gold Inc.—share ISO 50001 insights and business benefits.

Detroit Diesel Verifies $37 Million in Energy Savings with SEP

Thursday, June 02, 2016
Detroit Diesel Verifies $37 Million in Energy Savings with SEP

Daimler’s Detroit Diesel Corporation facility earned Platinum certification in the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Superior Energy Performance® (SEP™) program. The facility implemented a robust energy management system in compliance with ISO 50001 and used SEP to quantify its energy performance improvement. Through SEP, the facility demonstrated a 32.5% energy performance improvement and $37 million in energy cost savings over 10 years. These impressive energy and cost savings garnered attention and support from management, all the way up to Detroit Diesel’s parent company, Daimler, in Germany. The video describes how the automotive manufacturer manages energy and uses SEP to track progress, verify savings, and build confidence for future investments in resource efficiency measures that can stimulate growth and create jobs.

TNT Chile Limitada Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Thursday, May 19, 2016
TNT Chile Limitada Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Has systematically reduced consumption, achieving 15% improvements in the last 10 years

This case study describes how TNT Chile's 2015 consumption rate of their trucks was 3.15 Km/L (13.47 liters of diesel for each 100 miles), compared with their 2013 performance of 2.94 Km/L (14.44 liters of diesel for each 100 miles). This is a 7.14% reduction against their baseline year.

Vedanta Limited Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Thursday, May 19, 2016
Vedanta Limited Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

First aluminium smelter in Asia to receive ISO 50001 certification since 2013

This case study describes how Vedanta Limited, Smelter has taken many initiatives to save energy compared to the baseline year (2012-13) after an energy management system (EnMS) was implemented. In the year 2014-15, around 39 energy saving projects were implemented.

Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals Company (SIDPEC) Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Thursday, May 19, 2016
Sidi Kerir Petrochemicals Company (SIDPEC) Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

The first integral step towards the petrochemicals future in Egypt

This case study describes how Sidi Kerir Prtrochemicals Co. (SIDPEC) staff members were motivated to implement an EnMS at their facility by the clear benefits realized from previous management systems (e.g. ISO 14001 and ISO 9001) and other techniques and tools for process improvement (e.g. Lean Six Sigma). The company achieved energy savings of 27,850 MWh.

Shree Cement Limited Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Thursday, May 19, 2016
Shree Cement Limited Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

First company in process industries in world to implement ISO 50001 in 2009

This case study describes how Shree Cement Limited improved their energy performance to 4.6% from the baseline. The baseline gate to gate consumption was 747.84 in 2013-14, which improved to 713.40 in financial year 2014-15 (Apr-Mar).

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