Presentation on theme: "0 Energy Management System Standard for Industry July 2009."— Presentation transcript:
0 Energy Management System Standard for Industry July 2009
1 Agenda Welcome Energy Management System: Why & What Roles for Consultants The NEEA and DOE Pilot Program Benefits & Value Who Qualifies? Q & A
Dresden Skees-Gregory, Sustainable Environmental Services Dorothy Fisher-Atwood, Zero Waste Alliance Today’s Panel of Experts Sharon Peterson, Marketing Manager, Industrial Sector Northwest Energy Efficiency Alliance
Why Energy Management? Bolsters a competitive advantage by cutting costs Tackles complex energy issues Ensures continuing focus on energy efficiency and cost control Enables consistent, organized, integrated, and embedded energy management 3
What Is an Energy Management System? It’s a holistic, embedded framework to: understand, control, and improve energy use. Use an EnMS to systematically integrate energy issues into regular business practices throughout an organization.
ISO in the News “I see (ISO) as a way to solidify a company’s sustainability strategy.” - John Wallner, Sustainable Industries Journal, July 2009
Energy Solutions Multiply as ISO Nears 2011
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?
Three Programs ANSI Management System for Energy 2000: Proposed ISO USDOE Superior Energy Performance program
9 International Energy Management System Standard U.S. & Brazil leading proposal Leverages ANSI MSE 2000:2008 Expected release in 2011 ISO 50001
Recognized Leaders: SEP 10
Northwestern Companies Wanted on SEP Roster 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. SHAPE THE NATIONAL POLICY BE AMONG THE FIRST COMPANIES TO CERTIFY Pilot Program
In the Field: From Theory to Practice
13 What Is the NEEA EnMS Pilot? 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 months Three, 3-day training sessions One-to-one phone conferencing Monthly webinars Mentored implementation
What are EnMS benefits?
Pilot Project Value 15 Value of direct services estimated at $26,000 – $40,000 per facility Play a leading role in new global effort to develop ISO Accelerate the long-term competitive advantages associated with embedded energy management Receive support promoting your leadership around sustainability and energy efficiency
16 Pilot Work & Cost Projections ESTIMATED BUDGET OF COSTS 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 for assistance from local municipalities
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: APPLICATION CLOSE DATE: JULY 31 ST,
19 Follow Up on Application Assistance ~Thank You Dresden Skees-Gregory (503) Dorothy Fisher-Atwood (503) Sharon Peterson