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Energy Management System Standard for Industry July 2009. 0. Agenda. Welcome Energy Management System: Why & What Roles for Consultants The NEEA and DOE Pilot Program Benefits & Value Who Qualifies? Q & A. Today’s Panel of Experts. Dresden Skees-Gregory,

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Energy Management System Standard for Industry

July 2009


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Energy Management System: Why & What

Roles for Consultants

The NEEA and DOE Pilot Program

Benefits & Value

Who Qualifies?

Q & A

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Today’s Panel of Experts

  • Dresden Skees-Gregory,

  • Sustainable Environmental Services

  • Dorothy Fisher-Atwood,

  • Zero Waste Alliance

Sharon Peterson, Marketing Manager, Industrial Sector

Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance

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Why Energy Management?

Bolsters a competitive advantage by cutting costs

Tackles complex energy issues

Ensurescontinuing focus on energy efficiency and cost control

Enables consistent, organized, integrated, and embedded energy management

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What Is an Energy Management System?

It’s a holistic, embedded framework to:


control, and

improve energy use.

Use an EnMS to systematically integrateenergy issues into regular business practices throughout an organization.

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ISO 50001 in the News

  • “I see (ISO) as a way to solidify a company’s sustainability strategy.”

  • John Wallner, Sustainable Industries Journal, July 2009

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Consultants - A Business Opportunity

  • Consultants in the pilot will be first in line for National Certification Energy Practitioners (CEP) certification.

  • What is the CEP program?

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Three Programs

  • Proposed ISO 50001

  • USDOE Superior Energy Performance program

ANSI Management System for Energy 2000:2008

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International Energy Management System Standard

U.S. & Brazil leading proposal

Leverages ANSI MSE 2000:2008

Expected release in 2011

ISO 50001

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Northwestern Companies Wanted on SEP Roster

Pilot Program





  • SEP is the “ISO Plus” program.

  • NEEA and the DOE want to decrease the energy intensity of industry in our region.

  • Collaboration of industry, government, and non-profit organizations is bringing SEP to the Northwest.

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Inthe Field: From Theory to Practice

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Desirable Facilities Have:

Senior leadership committed to certification

Previous experience with management systems

The Pilot Is:

Training and consultative services to certify to the standard for 5-8 NW facilities

16-18 months

Three, 3-day training sessions

One-to-one phone conferencing

Monthly webinars

Mentored implementation

What Is the NEEA EnMS Pilot?

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Pilot Project Value

  • Value of direct services estimated at

  •   $26,000 – $40,000 per facility

  • Play a leading role in new global effort to develop ISO 50001

  • Accelerate the long-term competitive advantages associated with embedded energy management

  • Receive support promoting your leadership around sustainability and energy efficiency

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Pilot Work & Cost Projections


Management System for Energy training fee     $4,000

Travel & Lodging per person per night      $110 – $250

Food for participants per person per day     $44

Strong candidates may be eligible forassistance from local municipalities

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Next Steps

Application review currently underway

Applicants contact project leaders by Tuesday July 20th to alert review board of plans to apply

Download application at:


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Follow Up on Application Assistance

Sharon Peterson

~Thank You