This collection of energy management system (EnMS) videos presents the real-world data and experiences of early adopters who use EnMS to achieve savings. These videos describe the implementation and resulting savings from use of an EnMS, ISO 50001, or energy optimization projects.
September 15, 2020: Organizations around the globe are using ISO 50001-certified energy management systems (EnMS) to achieve energy, economic, and sustainability benefits that boost competitiveness. ISO 50001 offers a transparent, business-friendly way to align corporate goals with national climate and energy goals. This video features CEM's 2020 Award of Excellence winners—CTBC Financial Holdings Co. Ltd., JK Tyre & Industries Ltd., PT Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur Tbk. Noodle Division, and Tipperary Co-Operative Creamery Limited—and energy management experts around the globe.
June 2, 2016: 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 2016 Energy Management Leadership Award winners—Cummins, Inc., LG Chem, Ltd, and New Gold Inc.—share ISO 50001 insights and business benefits.
February 20, 2019: New Gold (a Canadian mining company) describes how they are transforming energy efficiency for the mining sector. The New Afton Mine in British Columbia that produces gold and copper has implemented effective energy management practices and achieved ISO 50001 certification. ISO 50001 helps integrate energy performance into energy practices and drives the continual improvement of that energy performance. New Afton is the first mine in North America to obtain the certification.
February 20, 2019: Chrysler’s Brampton, Ontario plant is one of the largest producers of vehicles in Canada, and it’s also the first automotive assembly plant in Canada to achieve ISO 50001 certification. In this video, the Brampton plant team describes the plant’s partnership with Natural Resources Canada’s Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (NRCan’s CIPEC) for support towards ISO 50001 certification. Plant manager, Dan Omahen, describes this process as having been “paved with teamwork.” Employees play a key role in the implementation and continued success of energy management initiatives.
February 20, 2019: Learn about how international standards help companies reduce their carbon footprint with the implementation of global energy management systems. ISO standards help companies like St. Marys Cement reduce the level of energy they consume and increase productivity. St. Marys Cement in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada runs all year round and is capable of producing 1.8 million metric tons of cement. Energy represents about 35% of the plant’s production costs. Natural Resources Canada’s Industry Program for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) supports companies like St. Marys Cement who reduce the level of energy they consume through global energy management systems like ISO 50001.
February 20, 2019: IBM’s Bromont facility in Canada demonstrates how other facilities can become efficient, sustainable, and profitable with the ISO 50001 energy management program. IBM has had an environmental policy in place for over 40 years and their energy efficiency program has been implemented in the policy for over 20 years. ISO 50001 certification was a logical next step as part of their continuous improvement process. ISO 50001 certification required teamwork between several departments at the plant in Bromont, but the energy and financial savings have been significant.
February 20, 2019: Broan-NuTone discusses their journey as a growing company that is making a name for themselves in the field of energy management. The home ventilation producer has prided themselves on their environmentally conscious products. They have spearheaded eco-initiatives in their Mississauga, Ontario plant since 2007, and routinely examine new ways to enhance environmental protection. Broan-NuTone did not want to stop there and they wanted to go further, achieve many different things, and bring more improvements to the business. So with the help of Natural Resources Canada’s Canadian Industry Program for Energy Conservation (NRCan’s CIPEC), the plant achieved ISO 50001 certification and became a trailblazer for energy management.
February 19, 2019: Harbec, Inc. president, Bob Bechtold, describes why ISO 50001 is an important tool for reducing energy use and striving towards future goals.
February 19, 2019: Cummins shares its motivation for managing energy and give insights on how the company approaches energy management. Cummins has committed to implementing ISO 50001 at 40 sites, which will encompass 90% of its global energy footprint.
June 2, 2016: 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. The video describes how Detroit Diesel manages energy and uses SEP to track progress, verify savings, and focus reinvestments to conserve resources and create jobs.