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ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
ISO 50001 Energy Management System - George Alves Soares
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  • 1. ISO 50001 Energy Management System Dr. George Alves Soares – ABNT Brazil Rio de Janeiro – 2012
  • 2. MotivationGHG emission reduction relate to energy in Climate Change Policy Scenarios 2
  • 3. MOTIVATIONEnergy use needs to be managed ....Users can’t control prices, policies ou globas economyBut .....can manage how the energy is used .... 3
  • 4. BIRTH OF TC242 Energy Management 2005 – started discussions about energy management in several countries 2006 - international community engaged in discussions Apr/2007 - stakeholders meeting (UNIDO) determine international standard needed Mar/2008 - ISO approved a proposal from the United States and Brazil to lead PC242 4
  • 5. Structure of TC242ISO TC242  7 international plenaryEnergy Management meetings  48 Participating countriesChairman  17 Observing countries  USA (Edwin Pinero)  7 Organizations in LiaisonSecretariat  +/- 100 participants from +/-  Brazil (ABNT) 25 countries attending each  USA (ANSI) international plenary PC created to develop ISO 50001 2008 - 2011  participating countries have TC created to develop other existing activities on energy standards management 4 working group in activity. 5
  • 6. TC 242 Historical Events Abr/2008 China WG Meeting (UNIDO) – discussing about general structure of standard Sep/2008 1st Meeting PC242 Washington DC – starting ISO 50001 and making WD establish (work draft) Mar/2009 2nd Meeting PC242 Rio de Janeiro – analyzing WD suggestions approving CD level (committee draft) Nov/2009 3rd Meeting PC242 London – CD analyses and approval of DIS level (draft of international std) Out/2010 4th Meeting PC242 Beijing – construction of FDIS (final draft of international standard) Jun/2011 Publishing ISO 50001• Nov/2011 5th Meeting TC242 Washington – Analysis of new proposals NWIP (6) and structures definition WG’s (4)• May/2012 6th Meeting TC242 Dublin – Analysis of WD’s (6) 6
  • 7. ISO 50001 Challenges DevelopmentConnecting two  Understanding the different “worlds” concepts of the different “worlds”  Making comfortable field for agreements  Looking for country needs- Experts in energy and local aspects efficiency  Establishing consensus- Management experts under clear intentions 7
  • 8. ISO 50001 Challenges Development  Respecting local meaningsApplicable definitions worldwide for better  Making consensus for the understanding “simple and easy”  Creating new “expressions”  Breaking with old concepts 8
  • 9. ISO50001 New concepts  Energy EfficiencyEnergy Performance including the concept of  Measurable results technological aspects related to energy  Energy Use concerning qualitative aspects, like human activities  A basis of structured concept for energy  Energy Consumption management improvement talking about quantitative aspects 9
  • 10. ISO 50001 Continual improvement Energy policy Energy planningManagement review Implementation and operation Monitoring, measurement Checking and analyses performance Internal audit Evaluation of of the EnMS legal / other Nonconformities, requirements correction, corrective and preventive action
  • 11. ISO 50001 Energy Planning Exemples of Inputs - Energy bills - Organization charts - Operations / - Other metering - Previous energy financial data assessments results information - Other variables: - Equipment lists -O&M Energy Planning production, - Energy sources -Other weather, etc. Output - Processes flow Legal & other requirerments diagrams  Baseline b) Identify c) Identify a) Analyse  EnPI(s) energy use & significant opportunitiesEnergy Review energy uses for energy other  Objectives, information & related performance targets, action aspects improvement plans -Graphs -Energy assessments -Review of BAT -Charts -Preventive / preditive -Energy requirement -Tables maintenance analyses -Spreadsheets -Pinch analyses -LCC Analyses -Process Maps -Root Cause -Assessing -Sankey Diagrams Analyses competence -Energy Models -Benchmarks -Other -Pareto Analyses Examples of Tools / Techniques
  • 12. ISO 50001 Energy Implementation and OperationEnergy Planning Energy Implementation and Operation  Legal and other  Competence, requirements trainning and awareness  Energy review  Documentation  Baseline  Communication  EnPI(s)  Operational Objectives control ,Targests  Design  Action plans  Procurement
  • 13. ISO50001 Relevant points Continual improvement of energy performance (efficiency, use and consumption)  “Breaking” with old management standards objectives and targets concepts Applicable to all variables affecting energy performance  Looking for the future, including vision for general aspects of energy, not only local application Applicable to all kind of organizations and aligned with other management systems  All people can contribute with rational energy use and it’s need to be simple 13
  • 14. TC242Status 14
  • 15. TC242 Status WG1 – Implementation Guidance (Ireland)  CD available to be analyzed WG1 – EnMs auditing (Korea)  CD available to be analyzed WG2 – Baseline (Canada) and Indicators (Brazil)  The fusion of two standards to create the “Energy Performance Analysis” JWG3 – Measurement and Verification (South Africa)  WD available to be analyzed ( TC 257) WG4 – Energy auditing (England)  CD available to be analyzed 15
  • 16. Global Next Steps in terms of Policies It has been included in the Energy Efficiency Policies in several countries as USA, India, China, France England among others. In Brazil, it was included in the National Plan of Energy Efficiency. 16
  • 17. GAINS  The adoption of ISO 50.001 can bring benefits to the companies as  Recognition of theirPotential impact corporative programs of sustainability  Energy cost reduction;It can affect 60% of  Demand management ;global use of energy  Tool for make energy efficiency measuresin several sectors permanent;  Recognition of GHG emission reduction agreement. 17
  • 18. THANKSDr. George Alves SoaresABNT CEE116 - Delegate of Energy Management CommitteeDirectory Assistant of Eletrobrasgeorgesoares@eletrobras.com 18

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