The ISO 50001 energy management standard has become the global best practice in systematic energy management across an entire organization. Currently, there are over 20,000 facilities certified worldwide to ISO 50001. The US Department of Energy (US DOE) has verified that facilities that have implemented ISO 50001 have, on average, saved 12% in energy consumption, reduced their energy costs by more than US$400,000 per year, and achieved 75% of these savings through low or no-cost operational improvements. Join this webinar for an introduction to this standard and how it can help you achieve your energy goals in your facilities and supply chain.
On this webinar, Paul Scheihing, Technology Manager, US Department of Energy, DOE will discuss a funding opportunity to support ISO 50001 implementation in the supply chains of North American corporations. You will also hear from Steve Schultz, Corporate Energy Manager at 3M, on how their implementation of ISO 50001 has improved energy management in 3M's operations.