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Realizing the Potential of Industrial Energy Efficiency- Superior Energy Performance and ISO 50001- Energy Management. June 18, 2009 CEI Workshop Aimee McKane Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. What are Industry’s Priorities?. Current Stay profitable Operate a safe workplace
June 18, 2009
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Operate a safe workplace
Be compliant with environmental regulations
Meet legal and social responsibilities
Monitor supply chain for potential liability
Manage GHG emissions, carbon footprint
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Improvement by 30%
10% improved for 20 years
An energy management standard provides a method for integrating energy efficiency into existing industrial management systems for continual improvement;
All existing and planned energy management standards are compatible with ISO 9000/14000;1
Companies who adopt an energy management standard are able to reduce energy use and improve operations, even if they are already complying with ISO 14001.
Also applicable to commercial, institutional, and transportation sectors
1 International Organization for Standardization (ISO)
Typical features include:
Standardization in the field of energy management, including:
procurement practices for energy using equipment and systems,
energy use, and
any use-related disposal issues.
The standard will also address measurement of current energy usage, and implementation of a measurement system to document, report, and validate continual improvement in the area of energy management.
The future ISO 50001 will:
Establish a framework for industrial plants, commercial facilities or entire organizations to manage energy
Have broad applicability across national economic sectors, potentially influence up to 60 % of the world’s energy use.
A U.S. industry initiative that provides industrial facilities with a road map for achieving continual improvement in energy efficiency while maintaining competitiveness.
Superior Energy Performance goals:
Encourage broad participation through tiered approach
Use ISO 50001 standard as foundational energy management system
Drive continual performance improvement in energy intensity
Develop a transparentsystemto validate energy intensity improvements and management practices (conformance with ISO 50001)
Create a verified record of energy source fuel savings and carbon reductions with potential value in state, regional, national and international marketsSuperior Energy Performance Strategy
Seeks to improve the energy intensity of U.S. manufacturing through a series of initiatives.
Guides development of the Superior Energy PerformanceU.S. Council for Energy-Efficient Manufacturing
Energy Management System Conformance - ANSI MSE 2008 standard and eventually ISO 50001 standard
Validated Energy Performance Improvement – Third party measurement & verification to meet minimum SEP energy intensity performance improvement requirementsGetting Superior Energy Performance Certified
Implementation of an energy management system and independent validation of energy intensity improvements can provide benefits to:
SEP Program Administrator
Certifying Bodies (TBD)
Certified SEP Program
Standards & Protocols
Certifying Organizations for Professionals (TBD)
The 3-tiered program accommodates:
Maturity of plant’s energy management program
Level of external validation desired
Sept. 2009: M&V protocol ready for pilot plant application
Sept. 2009: Request applications from five Texas plants
Oct. 2009: Hold state-regional SEP pilot plant workshop to coordinate pilot plant program
Oct. 2009: First plant applies to SEP program
Nov. 2009: Complete first plant on-site audit and review of conformance to SEP program requirements
Apr. 2010: Select SEP Program Administrator by conducting DOE solicitation
June 2010: Establish accredited Certified Practitioner professional certification organizations for energy management and SEP validation specialists
June 2010: First (five) plants certified through ANSI-accredited Certifying Body
Superior Energy Performance
DOE Manager: Paul Scheihing Paul.Scheihing@ee.doe.gov
Energy Management Standards and System Standards