Companies that implement the international 50001 Ready standard have achieved sustained savings of 3-4 percent per year without costly capital equipment upgrades. Now, U.S. DOE’s 50001 Ready portal allows companies to self-certify to the global 50001 standard without costly third-party verification and earn recognition from the U.S. Department of Energy. Through 50001 Ready, companies are able to implement a step-by-step program to better manage energy use, enabling companies to set and meet realistic energy savings goals.
Attend this webinar, hosted by the Alliance for Industrial Efficiency and Ceres, to:
Learn how the U.S. Department of Energy’s 50001 Ready program can help companies set and achieve energy savings targets;
Hear how leading steelmaker ArcelorMittal achieved 50001 Ready recognition from U.S. DOE at its Cleveland plant;
Learn how Comau, the industrial automation giant, reduced energy costs and emissions by implementing 50001;
Understand why institutional investors such as the New York State Comptroller’s Office value energy efficiency goals and 50001 Ready as indicators that companies are effectively managing costs as well as sustainability risks.
Dan Seligman, Senior Manager, Energy Efficiency at Ceres
Jay Wrobel, Advanced Manufacturing Office, U.S. Department of Energy
Rishabh Bahel, C.E.M., Energy Engineer, ArcelorMittal
Renee Smiljanic, Manager of Environmental Health and Safety, Comau, Inc.
Patrick Doherty, Director of Corporate Governance, New York State Comptroller’s Office