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CYS EN ISO 50001
is proven to generate
Significant Energy Savings!
Learn how you can implement this best practice approach...
CYS EN ISO 50001
Is proven to generate Significant Energy Savings !
Thursday 10th April 2014
University of Nicosia
Cyprus
Agenda – Session 2
9:50 – 10:40
What is Systematic Energy Management?
Proven Benefits
Main Requirements of CYS EN ISO 5000...
Implementation of ISO 50001
Question
What do you think is your biggest
barrier to implementing ISO 50001?
Questions for the Day…
 How is your company organized to address energy - - formal
system? informal system? designated co...
Management Responsibility (4.2)
Secure Commitment fromTop Management
o Build the Business Case : 6 – 37% savings possible!...
Scope & Boundaries
Scope:
facilities?
Operations / activities?
Transport energy included?
Are water and gas flows such as ...
Why are some companies more
successful than others
Operational
Level
Technical
Energy Manager
Facilities Mgr
Production Mg...
A good plan
Operational
Level
Programme Management
Energy Manager
Facilities Mgr
Production Mgr
Strategic Level
CEO’s
Seni...
14
All have a Role
• Chief Executive
o Commitment, Leadership
• Production Managers
o Holds departmental budgets
• Chief E...
Energy Manager/Project Champion
Promote projects within the company
Develop the action plan
Identify, train and co-ordinat...
Energy Steering Group
• Senior Management
• Production Managers
• Engineering Manager
• Project Champion
• Finance/Quality...
4.4 Energy Planning (see also previous presentation)
Analyze energy use and
consumption
Determine significant energy
uses
...
Analyse Energy consumption
Collect,Track, and Analyze Energy Data
o Current and past energy use
o Estimate future energy u...
Significant Energy Use
• Consider:
o Facilities
o Systems
o Equipment
o Processes
o Personnel
o RelevantVariables
“Energy ...
Identifying Significant Energy Use
• Use available data, e.g.
o Bills, existing meter data
o Existing energy audits
o Exis...
Identifying Opportunities
• Suggestions
• Energy audits
• Team meetings
• Brainstorming workshops
• Benchmarking
• Energy ...
Prioritise opportunities
Consider:
• Estimated energy savings
• business impacts/priorities
• Return on Investment
• Cost
...
Establish a Baseline
Outlines current energy performance
Predicts future energy performance
Provides benchmarking method
t...
4.4.5 Energy Performance
Indicators (EnPIs)
Simple metrics such as monthly or annual
energy consumption
simple ratios e.g....
Energy Performance Indicators (EnPI)
Defined at:
Facility level
System level
Process level
equipment level
Consider measur...
Set Objectives &Targets
O&T and actions should be
SMART
Transforming
Policyinaction
Energy Management Action Plans
There should be clear:
Assignment of responsibility for actions
schedule for planned action...
Implementation and Operation (DO)
The “DO” part (PDCA)
Competency,Training and Awareness
OperationalControl
Design
Communi...
Communication
The energy strategy?
Energy usage and costs?
Energy projects?
Are staff aware of:
The impact they have on en...
Communication
bulletins or newsletters
shift meetings
general awareness training
kick-off meeting/workshops
presentation b...
Competency,Training and Awareness
• Awareness of activities
relating to energy use
• Understand the
impacts of operational...
External Communication
Demonstrate:
meet legal or other requirements
customers and suppliers
satisfy investors
leadership ...
Documentation
Documentation
Modify existing documents if possible
Simple, easy to understand and maintain
Operational Control (from previous session)
Operational Control
Procedures Based
o Procedures and instructions
o Equipment logbook or PM Schedule
Technology Based
o C...
Design (new to ISO 50001)
Facilities, Equipment, Systems, Processes
o New, Modifying, Renovating
best available energy eff...
Procurement (new to ISO 50001)
Consider Energy performance when purchasing:
Energy Services
o Energy consultancy, ESCOs, E...
Checking
Monitoring, measurement and analysis..
o of key characteristics of energy performance
Improvement and operational...
Checking
InternalAudits
• Management - check all parts of EnMS meeting ISO
50001 requirements and identify improvements
• ...
Checking
Evaluate compliance with legal and other
requirements
o E.g. EPBD, building energy codes, org. guidelines,
custom...
Management Review
Reviewing all of the above!
Monitoring, Measurement and Analysis
Evaluation of Compliance
InternalAudit
...
Typical Problems
Apathy
o "There are seven days in the week
and SOMEDAY isn't one of them.“
• Shaquille O’Neil
Lack of own...
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This presentation, the second 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 2 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 – Session 2 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. Implementation of ISO 50001
  5. 5. Question What do you think is your biggest barrier to implementing ISO 50001?
  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. Management Responsibility (4.2) Secure Commitment fromTop Management o Build the Business Case : 6 – 37% savings possible! (previous presentation) Set Energy Policy o statement of overall intentions and direction related to energy performance formally expressed by top management o The energy policy provides a framework for action and for the setting of energy objectives and energy targets. • Similar to ISO 14001 but best to have a separate policy document
  8. 8. Scope & Boundaries Scope: facilities? Operations / activities? Transport energy included? Are water and gas flows such as nitrogen managed using this management system? Boundaries: What parts of the site are included? Are all buildings and processes included? Are other sites included? What parts of the site or locations are not included?
  9. 9. Why are some companies more successful than others Operational Level Technical Energy Manager Facilities Mgr Production Mgr Environmental Mgr Strategic Level CEO’s Senior Managers Commitment Resources People Systems Review/Set objectives
  10. 10. A good plan Operational Level Programme Management Energy Manager Facilities Mgr Production Mgr Strategic Level CEO’s Senior Managers Sign off the plan Provide resources People Management Project Management Company targets Programme Plan
  11. 11. 14 All 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 TheTeam: o Nominate an energy manager (project champion) o Establish an energy steering group o Improve communication & awareness
  12. 12. Energy Manager/Project Champion Promote projects within the company Develop the action plan Identify, train and co-ordinate teams Discuss resources and timescales with senior management Measure progress Report frequently, simply and clearly Promote project successes
  13. 13. Energy Steering Group • Senior Management • Production Managers • Engineering Manager • Project Champion • Finance/Quality People Purpose: • To discuss weekly, monthly, quarterly performance • To discuss actions necessary to improve performance • To allocate specific tasks to members of the team • To assess success of actions • Meets every 1-2 months to review progress
  14. 14. 4.4 Energy Planning (see also previous presentation) Analyze energy use and consumption Determine significant energy uses Determine opportunities for improving energy performance (record and prioritize)
  15. 15. Analyse Energy consumption Collect,Track, and Analyze Energy Data o Current and past energy use o Estimate future energy use
  16. 16. Significant Energy Use • Consider: o Facilities o Systems o Equipment o Processes o Personnel o RelevantVariables “Energy use accounting for substantial energy consumption and/or offering considerable potential for energy performance improvement” Use to Establish priorities for energy management, energy performance improvement and resource allocation.
  17. 17. Identifying Significant Energy Use • Use available data, e.g. o Bills, existing meter data o Existing energy audits o Existing Engineering studies o Industry Benchmarks o Equipment inventory and data (ratings) o Maintenance logs o Sankey diagrams • Considers # of “SEU”s o Each requires proof of: • competency and training, procurement, operational controls, and monitoring and measurement. The energy review can be improved as the organization gains more experience with energy data management and decision making based on energy data analysis.
  18. 18. Identifying Opportunities • Suggestions • Energy audits • Team meetings • Brainstorming workshops • Benchmarking • Energy saving tips • Review case studies • Listen • Metering reviews • Maintenance reports • Review new technologies • Seminars, conferences • Engineering analysis techniques and modelling • Lean, Six Sigma, Kaizen
  19. 19. Prioritise opportunities Consider: • Estimated energy savings • business impacts/priorities • Return on Investment • Cost • Complexity • Environmental impacts • legal requirements • Risk • Funding • Non-energy benefitsOrganisation decide on its own criteria
  20. 20. Establish a Baseline Outlines current energy performance Predicts future energy performance Provides benchmarking method the time period should be representative of the variation in operations (e.g., seasonal production, occupancy, etc.) The energy baseline is the reference for measuring energy performance over time.
  21. 21. 4.4.5 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
  22. 22. Energy Performance Indicators (EnPI) Defined at: Facility level System level Process level equipment level Consider measurement and monitoring o what data are currently available relevant energy performance o executive  facility-wide EnPI o Operations manager  product line EnPI
  23. 23. Set Objectives &Targets O&T and actions should be SMART Transforming Policyinaction
  24. 24. Energy Management Action Plans There should be clear: Assignment of responsibility for actions schedule for planned actions summary of actions to meet O&T Visibility of progress towards objectives and targets There must also be resources (human, technical and financial) to achieve the O&Ts Patton said ... "A good plan implemented today is better than a perfect plan implemented tomorrow.”
  25. 25. Implementation and Operation (DO) The “DO” part (PDCA) Competency,Training and Awareness OperationalControl Design Communication Procurement Documentation and Document Control
  26. 26. Communication The energy strategy? Energy usage and costs? Energy projects? Are staff aware of: The impact they have on energy costs?
  27. 27. Communication bulletins or newsletters shift meetings general awareness training kick-off meeting/workshops presentation by top management intranet postings display boards corporate branding around energy use posters; labelling of equipment, processes and systems; incentive programmes and reward schemes;
  28. 28. Competency,Training and Awareness • Awareness of activities relating to energy use • Understand the impacts of operational and maintenance controls • Improve competency through training, mentoring and coaching • Review existing training for personnel working on SEUs.
  29. 29. External Communication Demonstrate: meet legal or other requirements customers and suppliers satisfy investors leadership in energy performance and energy management
  30. 30. Documentation Documentation Modify existing documents if possible Simple, easy to understand and maintain
  31. 31. Operational Control (from previous session)
  32. 32. Operational Control Procedures Based o Procedures and instructions o Equipment logbook or PM Schedule Technology Based o Control, alarm or alert systems o Computer automated activities o Preventive maintenance system Training Based o Maintenance training o Operations training o Contractors training
  33. 33. Design (new to ISO 50001) Facilities, Equipment, Systems, Processes o New, Modifying, Renovating best available energy efficient techniques, practises and emerging technology trends. Design process includes most efficient design and operational outcomes o design (from conceptual to detailed design); o tendering and procurement o Construction o Commissioning o handover to operations.
  34. 34. Procurement (new to ISO 50001) Consider Energy performance when purchasing: Energy Services o Energy consultancy, ESCOs, Energy service providers,Training, Energy auditing • Services include Maintenance contracts, technology advice, design, construction and commissioning Products & Equipment o Life cycle costs includes purchase, install, operate, maintain, and dispose o Operating costs include energy costs for example, energy efficient motors generally cost more to buy than less efficient motors but the savings in energy may exceed the additional capital costs. Energy o quantity, quality, delivery, price, contract period, flexibility, reliability
  35. 35. Checking Monitoring, measurement and analysis.. o of key characteristics of energy performance Improvement and operational control Define an Energy Measurement Plan • What, How,Who is measured and monitored? • What and how are deviations managed? • Identify any future measurement needs? • Record results…
  36. 36. Checking InternalAudits • Management - check all parts of EnMS meeting ISO 50001 requirements and identify improvements • Technical – identify improvements in energy performance – Use existing ISO 14001 / ISO 9001 teams and experience Nonconformities & CAPA • Review of compliance and Internal audits above • Review of O&T and Energy management plan
  37. 37. Checking Evaluate compliance with legal and other requirements o E.g. EPBD, building energy codes, org. guidelines, customer contracts • Carried out a planned intervals & Record results • Help from environmental teams Control of Record o Maintain record o Demonstrate document control • available in quality and environmental systems
  38. 38. Management Review Reviewing all of the above! Monitoring, Measurement and Analysis Evaluation of Compliance InternalAudit Non-Conformance, Correction, Corrective and PreventiveAction Control of Records
  39. 39. Typical Problems Apathy o "There are seven days in the week and SOMEDAY isn't one of them.“ • Shaquille O’Neil Lack of ownership and accountability Data errors or too much data o Analysis paralysis Lack of resources
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