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ISO 50001 Presentation by Enerit at Industrial Energy Technology Conference 2015


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Enerit, CEO, MIke Brogan presented at the Industrial Energy Technology Conference (IETC 2015) recently in New Orleans, USA. he presentation concentrated on the ISO 50001 Energy Planning process and why it is important the proper tools are used for carrying out energy review, identifying improvement opportunities and implementing a systematic approach for setting targets and prioritizing energy efficiency projects.

The IETC is hosted by the Energy Systems Laboratory at Texas A&M University and the Louisiana Department of Natural Resources. It is a one-of-a kind conference featuring a topics important to industrial energy managers, utility experts, government program managers, vendors and others.

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ISO 50001 Presentation by Enerit at Industrial Energy Technology Conference 2015

  1. 1. Implementing ISO 50001 Dr. Mike Brogan, CEO & Co-Founder How ICT Helps
  2. 2. QSET software 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 20 years in Management System Software 1995 2004 2006 2008 2010 2011 Enerit Founded
  3. 3. European Research Projects
  4. 4. Internationally recognised framework for systematic energy management to:  Develop a policy for more efficient use of energy  Fix targets and objectives to meet the policy  Use data to better understand and make decisions about energy use  Measure the results  Review how well the policy works, and  Continually improve energy management. WHAT is ISO 50001 EnMS Standard?  Aimed all types and size of organisations
  5. 5. Systematic vs. Business as Usual Why ISO 50001?
  6. 6. References: Systematic Approach – 10% Additional Savings
  7. 7. o Save cost of energy o Your competitors are doing it – driven by customers o Show “Green” credentials e.g. Harbec, AIB o Demonstrate proven Best Practice in organization o Tax Rebates or other cash benefits, e.g. Germany o EU Energy Audits directive (UK ESOS, SI 286) Why Companies get certified
  8. 8. Source – DOE 67% 6% 18% 9% Internal Staff Time ISO 50001 / SEP Audit External Technical Assistance M&T Equipment The Costs Associated With ISO 50001 certification © Enerit Ltd 2014
  9. 9. Why is Internal Staff Cost So Significant? TIME WASTED? Manually Updating Multiple Spreadsheets Replicating Existing Information Lack of Implementation Experience Ineffective Communication Lack of Planning and Follow up Travel Between Multiple Sites Looking for Current Information
  10. 10. How ICT Reduces Internal Staff Time Work Anywhere Manage More People/ Projects Increase Collaboration Eliminate Spreadsheet Admin One “GoTo” Location Drive Accountability Share Learnings Leverage Existing Standards
  11. 11. 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 Getting Started – Energy Planning program-with-guesstimation-sankey-visualization-096549/
  12. 12. Energy Review Analyze energy use and consumption Determine Significant Energy Use (SEU) Use available data, e.g. o Bills, existing meter data o Energy audits o Engineering studies o Industry Benchmarks o Equipment inventory and ratings o Maintenance logs o Sankey diagrams The energy review can be improved as the organization gains more experience with energy data management and decision making based on energy data analysis.
  13. 13. Improvement Opportunities • Suggestions • Staff meetings • Brainstorming workshops • Energy audits • 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 EnergyTreasure Hunts
  14. 14. Capturing Suggestions 15
  15. 15. Best Practice / Playbooks Playbook with 73 Optimization Scenarios for Schools Actions manually triggered in integrated EnMS software EUROPEAN COMMISSION DG CONNECT – Smart Cities & Sustainability download available from
  16. 16. Energy management TOOL Support to all aspects of ISO 50001 EnMS: • Energy review • Improvement opportunities • Identification of significant Energy Users • Audits • Non conformities • Meetings • … Operation and Maintenance • Visualisation of performance data • BMS alarms handling • Trigger performance maintenance (based on FDD) Best Practice / Playbooks
  17. 17. “IO Playbook” pre- populated with Airport specific reduction strategies from ARCP. Energy Manager can review best practice playbook and create actions New Playbook item can be added by authorised person to share with other sites Can be extended beyond airports Share best practices between sites Best Practice / Playbooks
  18. 18. • Auto Warnings based on meter data and set rules proposes OS to follow-up to correct the identified problem. Automated Actions Warnings based on data from smart meter in classrooms List of warnings and related OS to resolve Actions generated
  19. 19. ENERITTool CASCADE Ontology API Virtuoso Server Airport Ontology Fault Detection & Diagnosis SCADA Alarms Automated Actions
  20. 20. Prioritising Opportunities Consider: • Estimated energy savings • Business impacts/priorities • Return on Investment • Cost • Complexity • Environmental impacts • Legal requirements • Risk • Funding • Non-energy benefits Organisation can decide on its own criteria
  21. 21. 𝑃𝑟𝑖𝑜𝑟𝑖𝑡𝑦 𝑅𝑎𝑛𝑘𝑖𝑛𝑔 = 𝑇𝑆 𝑥 𝑃𝐵 𝑥 𝑇𝐹 𝑥 𝐺𝐻𝐺 𝑥 𝑁𝑅 𝑥 𝑆𝑆 Impact Factor Band Score [TS] Total Estimated Savings TS < €10,000 1 €10,000 < TS < €25,000 2 €25,000 < TS < €100,000 3 €100,000 < TS 4 [PB] Payback Period PB < 2 Years 4 2 Years < PB < 5 Years 3 5 Years < PB < 10 Years 2 10 Years < PB 1 [TF] Timeframe TF < 1 Years 4 1 Years < TF < 5 Years 3 5 Years < TF < 10 Years 2 10 Years < TF 1 [GHG] GHG Scope 1 and 2 emissions reduction Zero: There is NO reduction of S1/S2 scope emissions 1 Low: Reduction of S1/S2 scope emissions is relatively low 2 Medium: There is a significant reduction of S1/S2 scope emissions 3 High: There is a high reductions of S1/S2 scope emissions 4 [NR] Impact on Natural Resources Adverse impact to natural resources 1 No impact on natural resources 2 Positive impact on natural resources 3 [SS] Impact on Social Sustainability Adverse impact to social sustainability 1 No impact on social sustainability 2 Positive impact on social sustainability 3 Prioritization Criteria
  22. 22. Decision Making & Action Planning The priority rating results can then be used by the energy manager for decision making and action planning
  23. 23. Setting Objectives &Targets SEUs quantified IO assessed & prioritized Set OverallTargets o Set SEU Targets o Select Actions to meet targets
  24. 24. Assigning Actions Assign responsibility o SetTarget Date o Track progress Energy Management Action Plans Improvement Opportunities SEUs Energy consumption
  25. 25. What? • ISO 50001 is a globally recognized framework for energy management • Best practice (and rigorous) approach • Not compliance – common sense way of working Why? • ISO 50001 EnMS is different from BAU • Systematic approach is proven to provide 3-4 times more savings than project based approach with payback (DoE SEP) How? • Use ICT systems (not just energy monitoring) to systemize your approach (Build or buy an EnMS ICT support – add to M&T) • Manages your information and communicate with all managers and staff • Visualizes to motivate and track • Defines real Objectives &Targets • Makes informed decisions on selection of energy efficiency projects Conclusions
  26. 26. Questions? Contact: