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1 The Irish standard for Energy Management – IS393
Brian Motherway Sustainable Energy Ireland

2 Introduction SEI National energy agency
Promotes and assists the development of sustainable energy NSAI National Standards Authority of Ireland

3 Why an Energy Management Standard
Strategic approach to energy cost reductions Addresses current ad hoc approach Demonstrates Internally – energy has a profile Externally - operating to best international practice Maximised energy and cost reductions Fits existing business practices Supports regulatory compliance

4 Project Development Process
Review of best practice energy management options – March to July 2004 NSAI Approval Process – October 2004 Technical Committee Appointed – November 2004 1st meeting in December 2004, then every 6 weeks Approval process complete by late 2005

5 Key learnings - development
Good project management Selection of technical committee Industry contacts invaluable Demanding programme plan Utilised existing best practice Focused chairman Deadlines Champion

6 Successful energy management
Organizational Management Commitment Technical Understanding your energy usage and how to control it People Developing an energy efficient culture

7 I.S The Model

8 Implementation and Operation 4.5 Checking and Corrective action
I.S 393 – The Requirements 4.2 Energy Policy 4.6 Management Review 4.5.1 Monitoring and measurement 4.5.2 Non-conformance, corrective action and preventative action 4.5.3 Control of Records 4.5.4 Internal audits of the energy management system 4.4.1 Structure and responsibility 4.4.2 Awareness, training and competence 4.4.3 Communication 4.4.4 Energy Management System Documentation 4.4.5 Document Control 4.4.6 Operational Control 4.3.1 Review of energy aspects 4.3.2 Legal and other requirements 4.3.3 Objectives and targets 4.3.4 Energy Management Programmes 4.3 Planning 4.4 Implementation and Operation 4.5 Checking and Corrective action

9 Energy Review

10 IS 393 Standard and Technical Guideline

11 Why is IS 393 so powerful? Requires commitment at Senior Management level Energy review results in action based on key energy usage Puts systems and structures in place – energy management does not depend on one person Holistic approach, not ad hoc approach Promotes a Process of Continuous Improvement Ensures the standardisation of processes to sustain improvements in the long-term Requires Top Management Commitment to work. IDENTIFY KEY ENERGY USERS AND ACTION ACCORDINGLY CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT – ENGINEERING STANDARD BIAS Involved all member of staff, Owners, persons of responsibility and influencers

Enter into Three Year Relationship with SEI Implementation of IS 393 Energy Management Standard Supporting pioneers Encouraging high quality implementation

13 Agreement Commitments
Company Commitment Enter into relationship with SEI Develop and implement a plan to obtain IS 393 certification Take action on energy and emissions (short & long term) SEI Commitment Agreements Support Support Manager & Technical Resources Workshops, Special Working Groups, Training and networking with tailored content Funding for Agreement Gap Analysis assessment Support funding for starting special investigations Publicity and PR ASM Site visit Once every 8 Weeks Weekly Telephone interactions SPECIAL INVESTIGATION SUPPORT IN THE FORM OF RESEARH INFORMATION AND FUNDING

14 Benefits of participation
Strategic approach strengthens competitive position SEI, peer and networking support PR benefits Energy management benchmarked against world-class norms Supports current regulation (ETS, IPPC) We believe there are major benefits to be enjoyed by participating firms. YOU WILL REDUCE YOU OPERATING COSTS ACHIEVEMENTS WILL DEMOSTRATE TO YOUR CORPORATION/THE INDUSTRY SECTOR/GOVERNMENT/REGULATORY BODIES YOUR COMMITMENT TO ACHIEVING BEST INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS IN THIS AREA ENHANCE THE IMAGE OF THE COMPANY YOU WILL MAXIMISE THE BENEFITS OF FORMING A PARTNERSHIP WITH SEI

15 Prerequisites for success
A real commitment to getting the best out of IS393 A sponsor for the agreement at top level Manager charged with making it a success Allocation of resources Awareness and training

16 Energy Agreements Typical timeframes
Signed Agreement A 0-1 mths Agreement Implementation planning Pre-Audit 2-3 Mths 2-3 mths IS393 Certification Energy Aspects Reviews 0-1 Mths Baseline Implementation Plan IS393 Maintenance 2 Yrs IS393 Systems development Mature 4-6 Mths Energy Projects 3 Yrs A

17 Membership (formalised)

18 Impacts to date 25 active participants First pre-audits underway
First certifications very soon Building experience Building the case Many reported savings Average expected 4-5% after 3 years Some cases of >10% after initial review

19 Energy Map Website Commit Review Identify Take Action Plan

20 Next steps for IS393 3rd party certification Accreditation scheme
Implementation guides Integration with regulatory drivers (IPPC, EUETS, HACCP) Best practice website - how to build effective programmes European Energy Management Standard

21 The Irish standard for Energy Management – IS393
Brian Motherway Sustainable Energy Ireland

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