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Lessons Learned: Guidance based on Early
Experiences of Implementing ISO 50001 & SEP
Paul F Monaghan PhD, CEO
Enerit – the...
Background
ISO 50001/SEP Experiences
http://www.energymanagertoday.com/why-are-certain-countries-stronger-in-energy-
management-08692...
European Research Projects
One Misunderstanding:
What is EnMS?
EnMS (e.g. ISO 50001/SEP) vs EMIS
o Formal Energy Management Systems vs
Monitoring Systems
o http://www.energymanagertoday...
EnMS
Management
Policy/Goal/Targets
Resources
Training,
Communication,
Documentation
OperationalControl
Internal
Audit
CAP...
Getting Started
Systematic Energy Management
Management commitment,
Resources, Planning
Understanding your
energy usage and how
to control...
Bringing it back home
Visualize YOUR Energy Saving Opportunities
Identify waste and opportunities early
http://www.energym...
Energy Review
Analyze energy use and consumption
Determine Significant Energy Use (SEU)
Key Point – Really find Energy end-uses e.g.
Low-volume high-end Pharma. company
o 80% clean-room AHU’s>>
• Focus on regul...
Many bad M&T system designs:
o 100:1 sensors for 50/50 Elect./Thermal -Why?
o Overwhelmed with 15 min. data
But what is bi...
Get ManagementCommitment – the key
o Build the Business Case - Market to the CEO
o Most failures – switching priorities
– ...
Organizations get ISO 50001/SEP for 2 reasons:
o Save cost of energy – examples later
o Get certified
Figure out BUSINESS ...
Getting Management Persuaded
Energy Savings – Case Studies
People are Starting to Believe
Visualize YOUR Energy Saving Opp...
Proven Energy Savings
approach are 13.7% versus Business-as-Usual approach of 3.6%.
References:
http://eetd.lbl.gov/sites/all/files/aceee_sep_pa...
Why ISO 50001 EnMS? – Evidence
speaks for itself!
BSI Group ...Sheffield Hallam University in the UK reduced its
carbon em...
Pfizer – A Big Company Example
• “At Pfizer Loughbeg, we have reduced our electricity and gas use
since 2009 by 30%.
• The...
NewYork State
• 1996 – ISO 9001
“it taught us to do what we say
and say what we do”
• 2000 – ISO 14001
“Knowing that 9001 ...
Benefits
Employee Engagement: People are now taking the time to think
“How can we decrease energy usage!”
Systemic Approac...
People are starting to believe
http://www.aems.ie/Pages/iso50
ISO 50001 Fastest Growing Standard
Since ISO 9001
6600 ISO 50001 certs globally to March 2014
The real early adopter is Germany
o 50% of world total – via tax rebates (rest...
Logical next Best Practice Step
Building on existing management systems is easier
than you think
Integrate with Other Standards
Ref: SGS
See also:
http://www.energymanagertoday.com/iso-50001-integration-with-iso-14001-0...
In Implementation Mode
Examples of Visualization & Communication
with ICT support
Set up Communications toWider Staff
Tracking is crucial:
o Not just energy & EnPI numbers, but also
o The organization’s “...
Area Activity Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
Commitment Man. Responsibility
Inputs to define the organizations st...
The Maturity Journey
Overview:
Current Position vs. Standard
Savings accrue as each
area is improved
Management Systems Integration
BMS Carbon
Reporting
M&T
Single point of access for all Energy information!
Single SignOn
Standard
Data Integration
Standard
File Formats
EnMS Software
3rd party Products
Partner/Client End-User
Par...
Conclusions
Conclusions
EnMS: different from EMIS or BAU
Energy savings: 6-37%; SEP – 10%, 1.7 yr payback
Start well:
Persuade managem...
Conclusions
For implementation & continuing success:
Integrate with EHS & Q systems
Maximize communication & accountabilit...
Questions?
To reach me via USA or Ireland office
Contact: paul.monaghan@enerit.com
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Talk presented at: IETC 2014, .Industrial Energy Technology Conference, New Orleans. Author: Paul F Monaghan PhD, CEO Enerit Ltd, paul.monaghan@enerit.com, http://ie.linkedin.com/in/paulfmonaghan

This paper draws on real experience of implementing ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance (SEP) in USA and Europe in a variety of sectors: pharmaceutical, automotive, medical device, metals and plastics, universities & ICT. The paper aims to give high-level practical guidance on implementation of these types of energy management system (EnMS)

US DoE has reported substantial extra savings with an EnMS approach. However, there are a number of challenges to: getting started; and making continuous improvement with EnMS.

Firstly, the expression “Energy Management System” means different things to different people. In this paper, we explain what the difference is between EnMS, as meant by ISO 50001/SEP and the general class of Energy Management Information Systems (EMIS), which include monitoring systems and corporate energy/carbon reporting systems.

The next problem is “getting started” with EnMS. In this paper, we first explain identify that there are two key reasons for people to adopt EnMS: These two organizations may start in a different way:
• If the goal is “I want to save more energy in a cost-effective way”, start with an energy review and find ways to visualize how energy is used within the organization.
• If the goal is “I want to get an ISO 50001/SEP certified”, start with a gap assessment.

When some sites in the organization have successfully implemented an EnMS, how do you: ensure that those sites continuously improve; and how do you bring the less advanced sites up to the level of the leading sites?

We believe it is useful to view everything in terms of Energy Management Maturity Models and use this as guidance along the path from start-up through to embedded continuous energy management improvement. Factors that we have found useful in successful rollouts are visualization tools e.g.: Sankey diagrams - show energy flows; Spider diagrams; Dashboards.

In this paper, we will show examples of these visualizations in real situations.

Biography: Paul F Monaghan has a Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from Queen’s University Canada. After an early career as an energy engineering consultant, he became a tenured Professor in Mechanical Engineering at the National University of Ireland. He left to found two start-up software companies, QSET and Enerit and lived in USA & Ireland. His focus has been on energy and software for over 30 years. Today, he leads Enerit which has delivered ISO 50001 software in Europe, Americas and Asia to organizations like: Pfizer, Medimmune, Fiat, Boston Scientific, Nuqul, Harbec, Sage and Asia Development Bank.

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Lessons Learned: Guidance based on Early Experiences of Implementing ISO 50001 & SEP

  1. 1. Lessons Learned: Guidance based on Early Experiences of Implementing ISO 50001 & SEP Paul F Monaghan PhD, CEO Enerit – the ISO 50001/SEP software company
  2. 2. Background
  3. 3. ISO 50001/SEP Experiences http://www.energymanagertoday.com/why-are-certain-countries-stronger-in-energy- management-086920/
  4. 4. European Research Projects
  5. 5. One Misunderstanding: What is EnMS?
  6. 6. EnMS (e.g. ISO 50001/SEP) vs EMIS o Formal Energy Management Systems vs Monitoring Systems o http://www.energymanagertoday.com/enms-and-emis-whats-the- difference-087680/ EnMS vs Business as Usual (BAU) o EnMS vs good energy efficiency programs o http://eetd.lbl.gov/sites/all/files/aceee_sep_paper.pdf What is EnMS? –Two Aspects
  7. 7. EnMS Management Policy/Goal/Targets Resources Training, Communication, Documentation OperationalControl Internal Audit CAPAs ManagementReview Technical Energy Review Energy Baseline EnPIs Design EnergyPurchasing Monitoring Measurement VerifyingActionPlan Results EnergyPerformance& EnPIsReview EnMS (ISO 50001/SEP) & EMIS Relationship BEMS Carbon Reporting M&T SCADA EMISSmart Meters M&V
  8. 8. Getting Started
  9. 9. 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 Focus today: Organization & People
  10. 10. Bringing it back home Visualize YOUR Energy Saving Opportunities Identify waste and opportunities early http://www.energymanagertoday.com/kick-off-your-energy-management-program-with- guesstimation-sankey-visualization-096549/
  11. 11. Energy Review Analyze energy use and consumption Determine Significant Energy Use (SEU)
  12. 12. Key Point – Really find Energy end-uses e.g. Low-volume high-end Pharma. company o 80% clean-room AHU’s>> • Focus on regulatory change University campus o Most energy under control of academic depts. >> • Focus - empowering staff: training; self audits • Future: capital spend on controls Both – involved energy team + others FindYour Energy Starting Position
  13. 13. Many bad M&T system designs: o 100:1 sensors for 50/50 Elect./Thermal -Why? o Overwhelmed with 15 min. data But what is big message? o How linked to your goals and real end-uses? Go slower – get it right o Don’t fear “guesstimating” o Spend wisely – even on expensive single items • e.g. Big steam meter if relevant Monitoring first? … Maybe not!
  14. 14. Get ManagementCommitment – the key o Build the Business Case - Market to the CEO o Most failures – switching priorities – Can’t stay on the job Get Integrated - o Link up with the teams and systems that look after environment, quality & health and safety o They bring standards & compliance knowledge o They will look after the management systems side o Best implementations have combined teams Getting Started –Two Big Points
  15. 15. Organizations get ISO 50001/SEP for 2 reasons: o Save cost of energy – examples later o Get certified Figure out BUSINESS drivers to get certified: o Your competitors are doing it – driven by customers o Show “Green” credentials e.g. Harbec o Demonstrate proven Best Practice in organization o Tax Rebates or other cash benefits, e.g. Germany Why should your org. go EnMS?
  16. 16. Getting Management Persuaded Energy Savings – Case Studies People are Starting to Believe Visualize YOUR Energy Saving Opportunities (above) Logical next Step in Best Practice
  17. 17. Proven Energy Savings
  18. 18. approach are 13.7% versus Business-as-Usual approach of 3.6%. References: http://eetd.lbl.gov/sites/all/files/aceee_sep_paper.pdf http://www.superiorenergyperformance.net/results.html USA SEP Pilot – 10.1% less Energy Cost
  19. 19. 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%.
  20. 20. Pfizer – A Big Company Example • “At Pfizer Loughbeg, we have reduced our electricity and gas use since 2009 by 30%. • The adoption of EN16001 followed by our successful certification to ISO 50001 forced us to focus on our significant energy uses. • Our work to date in energy management has led us to seek out the most efficient operational profile that satisfies our regulatory and corporate quality standards.” Paul Farrell, Site Energy Lead, Pfizer Loughbeg Drug Product Plant Ref: Energy – Ireland Leading the way in Energy Management See this and other case studies at: http://enerit.com/our-software/case-studies
  21. 21. NewYork State • 1996 – ISO 9001 “it taught us to do what we say and say what we do” • 2000 – ISO 14001 “Knowing that 9001 made us accountable in quality systems, we anticipated that 14001 would give us similar improvement in areas of environmental impact..” o 1st wind turbine • 2013 – ISO 50001 / SEP - carbon neutral o “..marketing carbon neutrality in every part they manufacture and to prove it…” o Target 15% savings over 3 years – SEP Platinum – 16.4% achieved • 2014 – ISO 13485 – quality for medical devices o Decision to use Enerit software for all ISO systems.
  22. 22. Benefits Employee Engagement: People are now taking the time to think “How can we decrease energy usage!” Systemic Approach to Achieving Energy Cost Savings: tools to measure and monitor going forward in the future. Continual Energy Efficiency Improvement: “..leads to more new product development … more energy efficiency in equipment performance…” Low Implementation Costs with High ROI: No costly new equipment or major changes. Less than the full-time effort of one employee, but had the support and encouragement of management. Full case study under preparation will appear here: http://enerit.com/our-software/case-studies
  23. 23. People are starting to believe
  24. 24. http://www.aems.ie/Pages/iso50 ISO 50001 Fastest Growing Standard Since ISO 9001
  25. 25. 6600 ISO 50001 certs globally to March 2014 The real early adopter is Germany o 50% of world total – via tax rebates (rest<<5%) Forecasted number of certs is 230,000 by 2022 o Less than 4% certified already! Verdantix survey o 25% of companies will invest in next 12 months o in the US, 14% expect to invest in ISO 50001 at the enterprise level ISO 50001 Adoption
  26. 26. Logical next Best Practice Step Building on existing management systems is easier than you think
  27. 27. Integrate with Other Standards Ref: SGS See also: http://www.energymanagertoday.com/iso-50001-integration-with-iso-14001-089466/
  28. 28. In Implementation Mode Examples of Visualization & Communication with ICT support
  29. 29. Set up Communications toWider Staff Tracking is crucial: o Not just energy & EnPI numbers, but also o The organization’s “Way ofWorking” Get all information in one place – min. Admin! Visualize to motivate Integrate with other systems In Implementation Mode
  30. 30. Area Activity Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Commitment Man. Responsibility Inputs to define the organizations strategy are ad hoc and mostly … There is no specific department dedicated to energy management. The task is performed by a more generic support group …. The process to strategy and targets formulation is based on the… Clear and specific roles and responsibilities related to the … The development of new technologies for improving the … Ashort term energy planning is usually performed….. The policy reflects the relationship between the organisations activities and its relevant aspects, and it is communicated internally. Acompetent team on energy management issues is created. The communication of roles and responsibilities is performed using..... Strategy, policy and goals are established in a well- structured manner by top management that provides for external communication. Threats, opportunities and availability of resources are evaluated and.... People have clear responsibilities and targets and know how they link within... Top management sets short, medium and long term goals in the energy policy. Energy management is continuously considered in business goals setting…. The central authority is also responsible for managing all energy related external .... Energy Policy The related needs are defined on as needed basis in response… The organisation doesn’t have its own energy policy There is a structured process to strategy formulation but a policy… The process for defining energy management strategies and …… The policy reflects the relationship between the organisations activities and its... The process to strategy and targets formulation is based on the analysis of ... The executive level has appointed a managing role the responsibility for ..... Top Management implements an energy policy that goes beyond legal.... The policy is communicated to all its employees and all personnel working on.... Top Management establishes implements and maintains an energy policy with.... Energy Planning Legal Requirements There is a no structured regulatory alignment process There is a no structured regulatory alignment process Energy planning and targets are based on analysis of process ... The organisation identifies a person responsible for finding the laws and... The development of new technologies for improving the energy management... Structured and periodic reviews of planning processes are in place... The organisation not only meets legal obligations but also ethical obligations… Energy planning is performed based on the short-term, medium term and .... The organization operates respecting the principles of sustainable development… Significant Energy Uses The organisation is not conscious of its major Energy aspects, but it is able… Estimation of expected energy consumption is done occasionally … Energy planning and targets are based on analysis of process requirements and compliance with legal obligations, taking into account short-term goals. The organisation identifies a person responsible for finding the laws and... The organisation is aware of its significant energy uses. The organisation is registered to receive regular updates on legislation... Aspecific role charged with disseminating new regulations has .... The organisation is aware of the energy consumption of significant energy uses.. People have clear responsibilities and targets and know how they link within ... There is structured process to opportunities definition toward energy... Benchmarking against well understood industry best practices takes place… The organisation is aware of its significant energy uses from a sustainability point .... Energy Baseline & EnPI’s Estimation of expected energy consumption is done occasionally … The organisation is not conscious of its major Energy aspects, but it is able… Energy consumption is estimated based on historical consumption analysis … The energy transformation and distribution processes are well managed. Critical areas for energy efficiency are identified and plans are developed... Critical areas for energy efficiency are identified and plans are developed… Energy consumption forecasting is detailed at single area level and ... Benchmarking against well understood industry best practices takes place… The organisation is aware of its significant energy uses from a sustainability point .... Energy Action Plans The planning process is managed in ad hoc manner The organisation is not conscious of its major Energy aspects, but it is able… The organisation identifies all people whose actions may lead to significant... Energy consumption is estimated based on historical consumption analysis … Critical areas for energy efficiency are identified and plans are developed... Critical areas for energy efficiency are identified and plans are developed… Estimation of expected energy consumption is done occasionally … The organisation is not conscious of its major Energy aspects, but it is able… Energy consumption is estimated based on historical consumption analysis … The energy transformation and distribution processes are well managed. Implementation Training and awareness The related needs are defined on as needed basis in response… The organisation doesn’t have its own energy policy There is a structured process to strategy formulation but a policy… The process for defining energy management strategies and …… The policy reflects the relationship between the organisations activities and its... The process to strategy and targets formulation is based on the analysis of ... The executive level has appointed a managing role the responsibility for ..... Top Management implements an energy policy that goes beyond legal.... The policy is communicated to all its employees and all personnel working on.... Communication There is a no structured regulatory alignment process There is a no structured regulatory alignment process Energy planning and targets are based on analysis of process requirements... The organisation identifies a person responsible for finding the laws and... . The development of new technologies for improving the energy management... The planning process and continuous energy efficiency improvement relies on interested parties. Structured and periodic reviews of planning processes are in place... The organisation strives for best technologies available.... . Energy planning is performed based on the short-term, medium term and .... The organization operates respecting the principles of sustainable development... Doc. Control The related needs are defined on as needed basis in response… The organisation doesn’t have its own energy policy There is a structured process to strategy formulation but a policy… The process for defining energy management strategies and …… The policy reflects the relationship between the organisations activities.. The process to strategy and targets formulation is based on the analysis of ... The executive level has appointed a managing role the responsibility for ..... Top Management implements an energy policy that goes beyond legal.... The policy is communicated to all its employees and all personnel working on.... Design & Procurement There is a no structured regulatory alignment process There is a no structured regulatory alignment process Energy planning and targets are based on analysis of process ….. The organisation identifies a person responsible for finding the laws and... The development of new technologies for improving…. The planning process and continuous energy efficiency ... Structured and periodic reviews of planning processes are in place... The organisation strives for best technologies available.... Energy planning is performed based on the short-term, medium term... The organization operates respecting the principles of…. Checking Monitoring The related needs are defined on as needed basis in response… The organisation doesn’t have its own energy policy There is a structured process to strategy formulation but a policy… The process for defining energy management strategies The policy reflects the relationship between the organisations activities and its... The process to strategy and targets formulation is based on The executive level has appointed a managing role the responsibility for ..... Top Management implements an energy policy that goes The policy is communicated to all its employees and all personnel working on.... The Journey - Energy Management Maturity No clear responsibility No energy policy No information system No Energy Team As-needed basis Basic monitoring using energy bills No understanding of SEUs Targets based on bill reduction No O&M training ad-hoc awareness of EE program Zero-cost actions Relies on limited Energy Team Energy Policy by some staff Basic EnMS spreadsheets Activities plan by function Basic metering Cost reports based on bills SEUs known EnPIs analysed Global targets General training Low cost actions Policy by senior management Activities planned around SEU’s Energy Manager & Energy team Activities based on SEUs M&T system Obj. & Targets set based on EnPIs O&M staff trained on EE. Awareness training for all EE Investment in short term actions priorities based on payback etc. Regular review of Energy policy Strategy and goals from management Clear roles in line with business Detailed reports on SEU’s Sub-meters Obj. & Targets in line with business Training programs in place. Criteria in Investment same as others Policy integrated into company goals and expectations EM included business goals Innovation and best practices Well defined medium and long term targets Forecasting and linked to ERP Skills aligned with best practices Aware of energy performance RET investment External Validation & Recognition Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5
  31. 31. The Maturity Journey Overview: Current Position vs. Standard Savings accrue as each area is improved
  32. 32. Management Systems Integration BMS Carbon Reporting M&T Single point of access for all Energy information!
  33. 33. Single SignOn Standard Data Integration Standard File Formats EnMS Software 3rd party Products Partner/Client End-User Partner/Client Configuration Technical Integration
  34. 34. Conclusions
  35. 35. Conclusions EnMS: different from EMIS or BAU Energy savings: 6-37%; SEP – 10%, 1.7 yr payback Start well: Persuade management – the material is there – use it! Team up with EHS&Q for MS – skills & people-time Design better M&T after end-use estimates Pinpoint energy end-use – changes everything Build or buy an EnMS ICT support – add to M&T
  36. 36. Conclusions For implementation & continuing success: Integrate with EHS & Q systems Maximize communication & accountability Minimize administration cost Visualize to motivate & track Communicate all key managers & gen. staff Track “way of working”, as well as EnPIs & actions Bottom line: this is not compliance – it’s a common sense way of working
  37. 37. Questions? To reach me via USA or Ireland office Contact: paul.monaghan@enerit.com

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