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Iso 50001 & sep executive briefing 12 12 2012 dfm

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White Paper summary slide deck for the international best practices Standard ISO 50001 & SEP. Including current adoption, case studies and results.

White Paper summary slide deck for the international best practices Standard ISO 50001 & SEP. Including current adoption, case studies and results.

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  • DQS Gesellschaftervers. 11-2008
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    • 1. Energy Management ISO 50001 & SEPDriving Operational & Financial Performance Don Macdonald Director of Sustainability & Energy Services don.macdonald@us.dqs-ul.com 1-847-809-1654 LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/pub/don-macdonald 1
    • 2. UL DQS –Integrity, Competence and Trust in Management Systems  2800 Staff / 2300 global Auditors, 76 offices in 55 countries  Over 20,000 customers, 100 countries, many key Best Buy CE Vendors
    • 3. Sustainability Integrity, Competence and Trust• Our Intention Provide Clients with Integrated risk management verification via third party review of sustainability implementations – energy, environment, responsible care, and safety.• Communications Communicate common needs, opportunities for improvement and encourage innovations through continuous improvement processes• Our Core Service Assessment, Certification and Training of management systems with more than 100 national and international approved standards or customer specific self-defined programs.• Culture Safety focused organization• UL DQS References Customer retention rate of 98%, as well as a recommendation rate of over 93%.
    • 4. Building and Industrial Energy Benchmarks lack Common Metric & Continuous ImprovementSTAR RATING FOR BUILDING S Energy kWh/ sq. m/ year Performance Index: Name of the Building Category of Building Type : Climatic Zone : Connected Load : Build up Area : : : Products Buildings Systems Source: Schneider Components
    • 5. Manufactured Products Certification processes and designs lack common metric Source: Schneider
    • 6. Convergence of Management Systems + Energy SolutionsSource: Schneider 6
    • 7. Market Adoption IndicatorsISO 9001ROI benchmarks 9-13% • MNC’s mandated or implied Tier 1 & 2 adoption • Competitive advantage & supply chain drivers added further incentives • Operational benefits realized but marginally documented CSR • No real performance metrics Environ & GHG MgmtISO 14001ROI Benchmarks 7-12% Energy LEED • Similar drivers as ISO 9001, plus • Environmental responsibility Mgmt • Evolving into CSR & CSV • No real performance metrics Risk Quality MgmtISO 50001 • Published ROI Data Suggests 6.5-17% range expected within 1-2 yrs. • Performance metrics (self-defined) incorporated • Web-based & continuous performance tools • Measured benchmarking • Compatible with ISO 9001, 14001, & SEP, CSR
    • 8. Key Global Market Drivers• EN 16001, other energy standards sunset 2012 – ISO 50001, June 2012• EU & Asia rebates & prescriptive requirements differential – $$ final decision maker – US business prefers self governance – Carbon & GHG surrogates for direct energy• US market decision based on $$ ROI / IRR, CSR return to Shareholders• ISO 50001 Rigor & Competency for staff is significantly deeper
    • 9. ISO 50001 Certifications Worldwide Sept 2012
    • 10. Global Adoption Rate – ISO 50001
    • 11. Multi-Nationals Adopting ISO 50001 & SEPCommercial Superior •• 3M 3M •• Didion Milling, Inc Didion Milling, Inc •• Kenworth Trucks Kenworth TrucksEnergy Performance Pilots: •• Coca-Cola Coca-Cola •• Dow Chemical Dow Chemical •• Neenah Foundry Neenah Foundry •• Alcoa Alcoa •• Eaton•Cleveland Clinic Eaton Company Company •• Allsteel --HON Allsteel HON •• General Dynamics General Dynamics •• Nissan Nissan•US GSA •• Amcor PET Amcor PET •• Free scale Semi Free scale Semi •• Owens Corning •• Bentley Prince Street Bentley Prince Street Owens Corning •• Haynes International Haynes International•Grubb & Ellis Company •• Cook Composites Cook Composites •• Schneider Electric Schneider Electric •• Holcim Holcim •• Sikorsky Sikorsky •• Spirax Sarco Spirax Sarco•Marriott International, Inc. •• OLAM Spices •• Lockheed Martin Lockheed Martin OLAM Spices •• Traco Traco •• MedImmune MedImmune •• Cooper Tire Cooper Tire•MIT Campus’s •• Volvo Volvo •• Cummins Cummins •• Republic Conduit Republic Conduit •• Bridgestone Tire •• World Kitchen World Kitchen•Target Corporation •• Ingersoll Rand Ingersoll Rand Bridgestone Tire •• Harbec Harbec•Wal-mart Stores, Inc. ISO 50001 ISO 50001 •• United States Mint United States Mint •• CNH / /Fiat CNH Fiat •• Schneider Schneider •• Siemens Siemens •• ABB ABB
    • 12. Benchmark your EnMS MaturityUpdated2011, 7%Energy
    • 13. Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)• Integrates & verify underlying Sustainability report data• Process level validation critical to performance• Continuous Improvement• Root Cause vs. Symptom’s
    • 14. Organizations That Measure ROI/IRR of CSR 2009 - 2011• Proportion of clients reporting Program ROI / IRR increasing• Internal resource constraints continue• Breadth of adoption
    • 15. Executive Leadership is critical to ‘Mind the Gap’ Facility managers typical energy champions
    • 16. Harnessing the Power of Process Business processes for competitive advantage: • Six Sigma • ISO 9001 • Lean Manufacturing • ISO 14001 • Continuous • Plan-do-check-act Improvement40% Formal energy management standards (ANSI,35% BSI):30%25%20%15%10%5%0% Energy Continuous ISO 9001 or Six Sigma Lean Management Improvement 140001 Standard JCI Study - 83 Organizations surveyed…
    • 17. State of the Art – Commercial & Industrial Inconsistent use of Management Processes • Training for employees: 76% • Formal review of energy policy - CSR: 47% • Incentives for energy efficiency success: 45% • Effective & empowered energy team: 41% 40 • Enterprise level energy data: 29% 35 • Corporate reduction goal: 28% • Energy action plan for organization: 28% 30 • Formal energy policy: 27% 25 • C-level responsibility: 27% 20 • Adopted energy standard: 27% 15 Result:mONngobusae 10zrtfi 5 Lower ROI, 0 0-2 3-4 5-6 7-8 9-10 Mixed Results Energy Management Score JCI Study - 83 Organizations surveyed…
    • 18. Management Systems StrategyFocus EnMS on plants, Focus EnMS on plants,buildings and operations buildings and operationsabove target. above target.••DriveProcess Improvement Drive Process Improvement••DriveROI/IRR Drive ROI/IRR••DriveIntegrated CSR Drive Integrated CSR••Linkageto GHG Linkage to GHG
    • 19. SEP & ISO 50001 Energy ManagementBenefits of an effectively implemented EnMS include:Reduced operational and overhead costs → increased profitability Superior Energy Performance Facility/Building - level conformance to ISO 50001 with validated energy performance ISO 50001 improvement ISO 50001 is a Components in place: foundational tool that • Baseline ISO 50001 any organization can • Policy use to manage • Plan energy. • Team/Leader DOE, 2011
    • 20. 4.2/4.2.1 Management Representative/ Top Management 4.4.1 Resources, Roles Responsibility and Authority 4.2.2 Management Representative 4.4.1 Resources, Roles Responsibility and Authority 4.3 Energy Policy 4.2 Environmental Policy 4.4.2 Legal Requirements and Other Requirements 4.3.2 Legal and Other Requirements 4.4.3 Energy Review 4.3.1 Environmental Aspects 4.4.4 Energy Baseline No Equivalent Element 4.4.5 Energy Performance Indicators No Equivalent Element Energy Objectives, Energy Targets and Energy 4.4.6 4.3.3 Objectives, Targets and Programs Management Action Plans 4.5.2 Competence Training and Awareness 4.4.2 Competence Training and Awareness 4.5.3 Communication 4.4.3 Communication 4.5.4.1 Documentation Requirements 4.4.4 Documentation 4.5.4.2 Control of Documents 4.4.5 Control of Documents 4.5.5 Operational Control 4.4.6 Operational Control 4.5.6 Design No Equivalent Element Procurement of Energy Services, Products, 4.5.7 No Equivalent Element Equipment and Energy 4.6.1 Monitoring , Measurement, and Analysis 4.5.1 monitoring and measurement Evaluation of Compliance with legal Requirements 4.6.2 4.5.2 Evaluation of Compliance and Other Requirements 4.6.3 internal Audit of the EnMS 4.5.5 internal Audit Nonconformities, Correction, Corrective Action and 4.6.4 4.5.3 Nonconformity, Corrective, Preventive Action Preventive Action 4.6.5 Control of Records 4.5.4 Control of Records 4.7 Management Review 4.6 Management Review
    • 21. Energy Management Best Practices
    • 22. EnMS & SEP Best Practice Mapping OrganizationalBarriers Best Practices
    • 23. EnMS & SEP Best Practice Mapping CapitalBarriers Best Practices
    • 24. EnMS & SEP Best Practice Mapping DataBarriers Best Practices
    • 25. EnMS & SEP Best Practice Mapping CommunicationBarriers Best Practices
    • 26. EnMS & SEP Best Practice Mapping Third Party IssuesBarriers Best Practices
    • 27. Case Studies, Results
    • 28. DOE Superior Energy Performance Program (SEP) Pilot Results Energy Performance Year of Name of Facility Improvement* CertificationSEP PlatinumVolvo Trucks, NA: Dublin, VA 25.80% 2012Dow Chemical Company, manufacturing 17.10% 2011plant: Texas City, TX3M Canada Company: Brockville, Ontario, 15.20% 2012CanadaSEP GoldCook Composites and Polymers Co.: 14.90% 2010Houston, TXAllsteel: Muscatine, IA 10.20% 2012SEP SilverDow Chemical Company, energy systems 8.10% 2011plant: Texas City, TXOwens Corning: Waxahachie, TX 9.60% 2010Nissan, NA: Smyrna, TN 7.20% 2012Freescale Semiconductor Inc.: Oak Hill, TX 6.50% 2010
    • 29. AU Optronics, Taiwan
    • 30. City of Bad Eisenkappel
    • 31. St. Mary’s Cement
    • 32. Save Energy Now – Best Practice Alternative Data Center Assessment Summary Verizon
    • 33. Save Energy Now – Best practice AlternativeData Center Assessment Summary Lucas film
    • 34. Briggs & Stratton – Best Practice Alternative
    • 35. Dahanu Power Station, India
    • 36. Delta Electronics
    • 37. Schneider Global HQ ÷4 Final energy consumption vs. previous sites in the area Certified ISO14001 HQE Exploitation NF EN16001 ISO 50001: first certified building in the world! 80 kwh/m²/ an Final energy consumption ROI in 5 to 7 years
    • 38. Schneider Electric Smyrna, TNISO 50001 Certified, SEP Pathway
    • 39. Haynes International
    • 40. Pfizer Ireland – ISO 50001The goal of theProgram is toreduce energyand resourceintensity,decrease CO2emissions andminimize Pfizersenergy resourcespend forbusinessoperations.
    • 41. CNH / Fiat Certification – Building into CSR UL DQS Certified first plant .• Sustainability • Certified Management SystemsCNH is part of Fiat Industrial – fully Commitment to sustainability includes having our integrating the environment and manufacturing activities performed in society with economic responsible facilities that are certified to meet objectives. 2010 Fiat environmental, quality, safety and now energy Sustainability Report. management system standards. 41
    • 42. Volvo• Absolute energy use and intensity - 38%, 2001 to 2010• As part of U.S.-DOE’s Save Energy Now, accomplished 10-year goal of 25% improvement in energy intensity in 2010 (29.6%)• Goals 2010 to 2012 reduce idling losses – or energy use outside of production – by 50 percent by 15% per unit produced against a 2008 baseline.
    • 43. Energy Management within ISO 14001 Programs Mass Transit Agency Leadership LA Metro, NY MTA
    • 44. DOW
    • 45. UL DQS Proprietary Client Engagement eManagement In-Person Certification eAssessment GAP, Deep Tools Dive Current eLearning Assessment processesClient Need Self Revised QF ISO 50001 or ISO 50001 or Assessments Dakks Table Issue(s), SEP SEPGoals, Scope, -Awareness Remotely completed, SWOT, GAP reports Budget and -Intro / Internal Audit -Implementation decision “How To” makers -Executive Business eManagement Case Self-Declaration / BestSolutions to solve the problem Practices Letter of Conformance (LOC)
    • 46. eLearning, eAssessment, & eManagementPractitioner’s Guide & Self Assessment Scorecard Self Assessment eToolseLearning
    • 47. Sustainability Program - Integrated Risk Management Occupational Risk Management,QMS & EMS - ISO 9001 Energy - ISO 50001, Internal Audits & Health & Safety Due Diligence ISO 31000,& 14001 SEP, GHG, CSR Auditor Training OHSAS 18001 Supplier AuditsElectronicsESD S20.0, QC 080000Information SecurityISO 27001 & 20000-1