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CYS EN ISO 50001 is Proven to Generate Significant Energy Savings! (Part 1 of 3)

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This presentation, the first in a three part series was presented by Dr. Mike Brogan, COO of Enerit (www.enerit.com) at a seminar entitled CYS EN ISO 50001 in Cyrpus in April 2014.

The presentation covers the following areas;

*What is Systematic Energy Management?
Proven Benefits
*Main Requirements of CYS EN ISO 50001
*Implementation of CYS EN ISO 50001 Energy Management System
*Case Studies
*How ICT Helps
*How do I get started?
*Where am I now?
*And what do I do next?

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CYS EN ISO 50001 is Proven to Generate Significant Energy Savings! (Part 1 of 3)

  1. 1. CYS EN ISO 50001 is proven to generate Significant Energy Savings! Learn how you can implement this best practice approach www.cys.org.cy SPONSORS
  2. 2. CYS EN ISO 50001 Is proven to generate Significant Energy Savings ! Thursday 10th April 2014 University of Nicosia Cyprus
  3. 3. Agenda 9:50 – 10:40 What is Systematic Energy Management? Proven Benefits Main Requirements of CYS EN ISO 50001 o Coffee Break 11:00 – 11:45 Implementation of CYS EN ISO 50001 Energy Management System 11:45 – 12:30 Case Studies How ICT Helps How do I get started?Where am I now? And what do I do next?
  4. 4. QSET software SEAI Energy consultants large MNC’s (IS 393 software) Members EN/ISO 50001 committees First installs: buildings & industry EN 16001 software deployed Enerit ISO 50001 software launched 18 years in Software for ISO Standards 1995 2004 2006 2008 2010 2011 Enerit Founded
  5. 5. European Research Projects
  6. 6. Questions for the Day…  How is your company organized to address energy - - formal system? informal system? designated corporate energy manager?  Have you set energy performance goals within the company? What do they look like?  Have you conducted energy audits - if so, how have they been conducted and what benefits have you realized?  What types of energy reduction projects have you pursued or are you planning? Have significant ROI's been realized on any of these projects?  What system linkages have you created between GHG and energy throughout your organization?  Have you considered establishing a formal EnMS and seeking certification of this system? Under ISO 50001?  What types of information systems are you using to track and manage energy performance? Is it effective/efficient? What would you like to change about data processing?
  7. 7. Question Do you know how much does your site or company spend on energy?
  8. 8. What is Systematic Energy Management? Best Practice vs. Project based
  9. 9. Systematic Energy Management
  10. 10. Technical Aspects Understanding your energy usage and how to control it Systematic Energy Management
  11. 11. People Aspects Develop and energy efficiency culture Systematic Energy Management
  12. 12. Organisational Aspects Management commitment, Resources, Planning Systematic Energy Management
  13. 13. Systematic Energy Management Management commitment, Resources, Planning Understanding your energy usage and how to control it Develop and energy efficiency culture Balance of all 3 for successful Energy Management
  14. 14. 0 Years  +5% 0 -5% -10% -15% -20% -25% Costs Project Based Approach to Energy Management Rising costs Miscellaneous actions Cycle 1 Costs rising again Miscellaneous Actions repeated Cycle 2 Cycle repeated LIMITED CONTROL OF ENERGY COSTS AND ACTIONS !
  15. 15. Systematic Approach to Energy Management 5 years +5% 0 -5% -10% -15% -20% -25% Costs commitment to energy management implementation Increasing energy consumption Decreasing energy cost by applying simple energy saving actions investment (e.g. purchase of more efficient equipment Further energy savings due to promotion of energy efficient practices further investment (e.g. technical improvement of plant Saving energy becomes company culture Real example from Pharmaceutical company
  16. 16. - Proven Benefits WHY? : Systematic Energy Management?
  17. 17. 6500 ISO 50001 certs globally to March 2014 Forecasted number of certs is 230,000 by 2022 Improved reporting & visibility of Energy Saving Results has resulted in increased interest in implementing an ISO 50001 style system ISO 50001 Adoption
  18. 18. Why ISO 50001 EnMS? – Evidence speaks for itself! BSI Group ...Sheffield Hallam University in the UK reduced its carbon emissions by 11% once it was certified. Annual savings of over £100,000 ($160.7k). Deloitte research has shown that organizations pursuing a systematic energy management approach are achieving three times more savings that those who do not (7.2% versus 2.4 %.) The range of savings found by Certification Europe are from 6- 37%.
  19. 19. approach are 13.7% versus Business-as-Usual approach of 3.6%. http://www.superiorenergyperformance.ne t/results.html US SEP ISO 50001 Delivers 10.1% Additional Energy Savings
  20. 20. Systematic Energy Management approach 13.7% v Business-as-Usual approach 3.6% approach are 13.7% versus Business-as-Usual approach of 3.6%. http://www.superiorenergyperformance.net/results.html SEP ISO 50001 Delivers 10.1% Additional Energy Savings
  21. 21. Top 4 SEP Performers Ontario, NY 16.50% 2013 Brockville, Ontario, Canada 15.20% 2012 Platinum: Energy Performance Pathway Improvement over 3 years Dublin, VA 25.80% 2012 Texas City, TX 17.10% 2011
  22. 22. Leading Approach is Achieving 3 Times More Savings 2.4% 3.3% 4.8% 7.2% 0.0% 1.0% 2.0% 3.0% 4.0% 5.0% 6.0% 7.0% 8.0% Basic Engaged Advanced Leading Average Annual % Reduction Basic Engaged Advanced Leading Source: Deloitte:The Power Shift. BusinessesTakes a New Look at Energy Strategy
  23. 23. 63% of energy savings cannot be kicked! (i.e. not equipment)
  24. 24. Immediate savings through O&M
  25. 25. Main Requirements of CYS EN ISO 50001 WHAT? is a Systematic EnMS
  26. 26. Comparison to Other Standards Ref: SGS
  27. 27. COMMON UNIQUE SIMILAR Comparison of ISO 50001 and ISO 14001 T =Technical M = Management
  28. 28. Focus on significant energy savings! ISO 14001 focuses on environmental impacts of energy and risk avoidance and not so much on costs ISO 50001 can focus on other factors including cost savings Ref: Edwin Pinero, ISO
  29. 29. Organisational Benefits of Integration Reduce administration time to pursue improvement opportunities. Better teamwork for more effective energy saving action completion Use of existing materials/resources and eliminate duplication across the management systems. Ease of finding information so available to right person easily. Better planning of management activities (e.g. audits, meetings, actions). Easier implementation and maintenance of the certifications. Common methods for processing environmental and energy saving suggestions and actions
  30. 30. Ref: ISO 50001 Standard Plan – Do - Check - Act Monitoring, Measurement and Analysis Nonconformities, Correction, Corrective and Preventive Actions Internal Audits of the EnMS Management Review Energy Policy Energy Planning Implementation and Operation Checking “The Chassis” and the “Driver” Commitment byTop Management Demonstrate continual improvement Set Objectives andTargets Complying with regulations and overall that Review the EnMS regularly The “Fuel” Analyse Energy Sources and Usage Identify Significant Energy Uses (SEU) Establish Energy Baseline and EnPIs. Review applicable laws and regulations Set Objectives &Targets Create Action Plans The “Engine” Competency and training Awareness Effectve Operational control Design Communication Procurement Document Control & Records The “Dashboard” Monitoring - SEUs, Energy Sources, EnPIs Internal Audits Corrective Actions Control of Records The “Check-Up Service”: Review and “fix” of energy policy Review and “fix” energy performance, EnPIs. Review audit results and “fix” (NCs) Review and “fix” objectives and targets. ISO 50001 EnMS Standard
  31. 31. General Requirements Establish, document, implement, maintain, and improve the energy management system (EnMS) Define the scope and boundaries of its EnMS State how you will achieve continual improvement of energy performance and the EnMS
  32. 32. Management Commitment 4.2.1Top management 4.2.2 Management representative
  33. 33. 14 All Levels have a Role Chief Executive o Commitment, Leadership Production Managers o Holds departmental budgets Chief Engineer o Designs process, facilitates production Energy Manager o Investigates, monitors, facilitates Line Personnel o Use and save energy
  34. 34. Management Commitment Operational Level Technical Energy Manager Facilities Mgr Production Mgr Environmental Mgr Strategic Level CEO Senior Managers Commitment Resources People Systems Review/Set objectives • Why are some companies more successful than others
  35. 35. A good plan Operational Level Programme Management Energy Manager Facilities Mgr Production Mgr Environmental Mgr Strategic Level CEO’s Senior Managers Sign off the plan Provide resources People Management Project Management Company targets Programme Plan
  36. 36. Planning Inputs Past and present energy uses Energy Review Planning Outputs - Relevant variables affecting significant energy use - Performance Analyze energy use & consumption Identify areas of significant energy use and consumption Identify opportunities for improving energy performance Legal/other requirements - Energy baseline - EnPI(s) - Objectives - Targets - Action Plans ISO 50001 – Energy Planning Process
  37. 37. Energy Review Analyze energy use and consumption Determine Significant Energy Use (SEU)
  38. 38. Energy Review Identify energy improvement opportunities o record (energy audits, suggestions, best practices) o Prioritize (cost savings, payback, complexity)
  39. 39. Energy Performance Indicators (EnPIs) Simple metrics such as monthly or annual energy consumption simple ratios e.g. kWh/tonne, Btu/ton, Kwh/m2 (used with caution) a complex model e.g. regression analysis of energy consumed against appropriate variables
  40. 40. Objectives &Targets & Action Plans Energy Policy Objectives &Targets Action Plans
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