Be among the country’s first companies qualified to pursue ISO 50001 certification
Pennsylvania Energy Management Demonstration Project
Be among the country’s first companies qualified to pursue ISO50001 certification.
DOE's Industrial Technologies Program (ITP) is partnering with the U.S. Council for Energy-Efficient Manufacturing (U.S. CEEM), states, and regional teams to conduct energy management demonstrations to help companies achieve ambitious industrial energy intensity reduction goals through strategic energy management.
Companies participating in the demonstrations will test the elements of Superior Energy Performance, a forthcoming American National Standards Institute (ANSI)-accredited energy management certification program currently under development.
In Pennsylvania, PennTAP will assist one manufacturing plant implement an energy management system to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs at a greatly reduced consulting rate (grant subsidized).
As a demonstration site, facilities receive training and support to:
- Implement energy management strategies and the ANSI Management System for Energy (MSE) standard, ANSI/MSE 2000-2008, that lead to continuous energy efficiency and energy intensity improvement (precursor to the draft ISO 50000 standard)
- Reduce energy and other operational costs and carbon emissions
- Monitor and verify energy performance improvements
To learn more contact
Team Lead for Energy and Enviroment, PennTAP