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Energy Management


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Energy Management

  2. 2. Learning Bites • Understand What is ISO 50001:2011 – Energy Management System (EnMS) • Recognize the need EnMS for an organization. • Identify EnMS Framework • Understand the EnMS – Plan, Do, Check, Act Cycle • Comprehend how is EnMS aligned to other ISO standard
  3. 3. Global Energy Trends • Global demand for all energy sources is foreseen to grow by 57% over the next 25 years. • By year 2030, 56% of the world’s energy use will be from Asia. • Electricity demand will grow by at least 40% by 2032. • New power generation equals to nearly 300 power plants (1,000 MW) will be needed to meet electricity demand by 2030. • Currently, 50% of electrical generation relies on coal and fossil fuel;; while 85% of greenhouse gas emissions result from energy-­consuming activities supported by fossil fuels.
  4. 4. Why Manage Energy?Even with good returns, energy waste is still prevalent in all organizations.• 400% variation in energy use intensity of buildings is not clearly explained.• Little improvement in overall energy consumption.• Capturing energy waste has been hampered by a lack of focus on energy management.• Too often energy management is characterized as decentralized, poorly-­coordinated and undervalued.
  5. 5. What Energy Management can do? Saved over $75 million through effective energy management. Realized a 5% annual energy savings and increased the asset value of a California building by $1.5 million due to energy efficiency upgrades. Saved more than $8.6 million in operating costs in 2002 from its energy management efforts. Estimated the difference in operational costs between its energy efficient buildings and inefficient buildings more than $13 million. Estimated an annual energy savings of $4.5 million from energy efficiency improvements.
  6. 6. Energy Management – Some Global Frameworks Energy Management
  7. 7. Energy Star on Energy Management Step 8: Recognize Achievements Step 7: Evaluate Progress Step 6: Implement Action Plan Step 5: Create Action Plan Step 4: Set Goals Step 3: Assess Performance Step 2: Form a Dedicated Team Step 1: Commit to continuous improvement
  8. 8. The Energy MAP (Management Action Plan) • Developed by SEAI (Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland) • Helps in identifying potential areas of maximum wastage of energy therefore minimizing energy usage • Works on 5 pillars of energy management: • Commit • Identify • Plan • Take Action • Review 8
  9. 9. ISO 50001:2011 • Establish Energy • Implement ISO 50001 Management • Maintain System • Improve WHAT HOW RESULT Following a systematic approach in achieving continual improvement in Energy Performance
  10. 10. Typical Steps for Energy Management 1 Metering your energy consumption and collecting the data Finding opportunities to save energy, and estimating how much energy each 2 opportunity could save. 3 Taking action to target the opportunities to save energy Tracking progress by analyzing metered data (how well the energy-­saving 4 efforts have worked)
  11. 11. ISO 50001:2011 – Energy Management SystemInternational Standard on Energy Management includes requirements forestablishing, implementing, maintaining, and improving the organization’s energymanagement system to achieve steady improvement in energy performance.
  12. 12. EnMS Framework 12
  13. 13. P-­D-­C-­A for EnMS • Conduct an energy review & establish the objectives, baseline, energy performance indicators (EnPI), targetsPLAN and action plans necessary to deliver improved energy performance. DO • Implement the energy management action plans • Monitor and measure processes and the key characteristics of operations that determine energyCHECK performance against the energy policy and objectives, and report the results • Take actions to continually improve energy performance ACT and the EnMS
  14. 14. Planning Process
  15. 15. How to DO?1. Competence, Training and Awareness2. Requirements Documentation3. Operational Control4. Communication5. Design6. Purchasing Energy Services, Goods and Energy
  16. 16. What to CHECK?1. Measurement & Analysis2. Legal Compliances3. Internal Audit of Energy Management System4. Nonconformity, corrective action and preventive action
  17. 17. How to ACT
  18. 18. How does EnMS align?EnMS integration with other Management Systems
  19. 19. Benefits of implementing ISO 50001 -­ EnMS• Assist organizations in making better use of their existing energy-­consuming assets.• Offer guidance in benchmarking, measuring, documenting, and reporting energy intensity improvements and their projected reductions in greenhouse gas emissions.• Create transparency and facilitate communication in the management.• Promote energy management best practices and reinforce good energy management behaviors.• Assist facilities in evaluating and prioritizing the implementation of new energy-­efficient technologies.• Provide a framework for promoting energy efficiency throughout the supply chain.• Facilitate energy management improvements for greenhouse gas emission reduction projects.
  20. 20. Summary • Implementing Energy Efficient Measures does not result in a major cash out but in continuous cost reductions for organizations. • ISO 50001 is a certification standard by ISO on implementing best practices for Energy Management. • ISO 50001 is aligned with the other managements systems like QMS, EMS, SMS etc and therefore could be managed in a similar way. • ISO 50001 will increase energy efficiency, reduce costs, and improve environmental performance. • The standard is intended to provide organizations and companies with a recognized framework for integrating energy efficiency into their management practices.
  21. 21. Thank you very much!­‐international