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ISO 50001 - The Energy Management Journey

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A presentation by Dr. Mike Brogan about Enerit's experience with customer ISO 50001 EnMS implementations and present some case studies. ICT tools help to remove some of the pain and anxiety of implementing and maintaining ISO 50001. Mike was recently asked by an energy manager , "We have ISO 50001 what’s next?" and that is the reason for title of the presentation – it is a journey.. Regarding the ISO 50001 standard itself, a customer admitted to Mike that they had only recently read the standard properly and concluded (first that it was not very long) but more importantly that it made excellent sense and sorry he had not read it sooner.. So Mike's my advise is read the standard…

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ISO 50001 - The Energy Management Journey

  1. 1. The Energy Management Journey Mike Brogan, CEO & Co-Founder Why ICT Helps! mike.brogan@enerit.com
  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 1995 2004 2006 2008 2010 2011 Enerit Founded >20 years in Management System Software ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 50001
  3. 3. Why Companies get certified o Save cost of energy o Demonstrate Best Practice o Tax Rebates, e.g. Germany o Energy Audits directive (UK ESOS, SI 286) o Competitors are doing it o Driven by customers o “Green” credentials
  4. 4. 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 http://energy.gov/eere/amo/downloads/medimmune-case-study-superior-energy-performance ISO 50001 – Its worth doing!
  5. 5. Get Management Commitment – the key o Build the Business Case - Market to the CEO/CFO – (i.e. Management Responsibility) 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 help look after the management systems side o Best implementations have combined teams Getting Started –Two Big Points
  6. 6. Getting Started - Follow a program https://www.gut-cert.de/inquiry-service-forward/guideline-enms.html http://www.umweltbundesamt.de/sites/default/files/medien/publikat ion/long/4013.pdf Many guides available Treat as a project ImplementationTasks assigned and tracked to completion
  7. 7. Energy Review “…the software facilitated a more intuitive understanding of the facility’s energy profile…” Analyze energy use and consumption o Use available data, e.g. • Bills, existing meter data • Energy Audits (ESOS) • Industry Benchmarks • Equipment inventory and ratings Quickly visualize your Energy and Identify waste and savings opportunities early Determine Significant Energy Uses (SEUs)
  8. 8. 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
  9. 9. Best Practice / Playbooks Best practice playbooks or guidelines o Schools, Airports, Hotels download from http://www.veryschool.eu/ Database of IOs triggering actions in integrated EnMS software
  10. 10. 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 Quantitative & Qualitative
  11. 11. Energy Performance Indicators EnPIs o Multi-site • Corporate reporting • League tables o Individual sites/hotels • Process,Asset and equipment level • Integration with existing metering data
  12. 12. Management (Compliance!) Technical • Most customers great at the energy stuff • All that needed is structuring around the ISO 50001 Energy Planning requirements Management • Customers a little more unsure of! • Support from ISO 14001 team. • Much of the documented information required is there already but needs to be structured and control demonstrated. Not just about compliance!
  13. 13. Document Management Much of the information required was available already Needed to be structured to relate to the EnMS and to the ISO 50001 requirements Some specific “procedures” were required (e.g. Energy Review Process”
  14. 14. Auditing & Nonconformities Probably least exciting part of all! Tends to be neglected or left to end as a certification issue Support from ISO 14001 team or external support from consultant and certification bodies Scheduling of audits o Particularly for multiple MS avoid conflict or else integrate Remote auditing o Multisite o save time and costs
  15. 15. What? • ISO 50001 is a globally recognized framework for energy management • Best practice (and rigorous) approach • Not compliance – common sense way of working • ICT provides many benefits to implementing ISO 50001 Why? • Energy savings or part of corporate sustainability programme • Achieve certification quicker • 3-4 times more savings than project based approach with payback (DoE SEP) How? •Use dedicated ICT systems (buy off the shelf and not customization) to:  structure and systemize your approach  Manage your information and communicate with all managers and staff Visualize to motivate and track  Make informed decisions on selection of energy efficiency projects  Make energy performance and management information easily available  Manage auditing and improve management system performance Reduce risk with key staff turnover and loss of system knowledge Conclusions It is a Journey –That’s why ICT helps!
  16. 16. Questions? Mike Brogan mike.brogan@enerit.com

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