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ISO 50001 Certification

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Why PennTAP?

PennTAP’s experienced Technical Specialists have participated in two DOE sponsored Superior Energy Performance Demonstration projects, attended more than nine days of trainings led by Georgia Tech, and have trained five, and coached seven, manufacturers through their implementation of energy management systems. PennTAP certifications include: Certified Practitioner in Industrial Energy Management Systems, (CPEnMS), Certified SEP Performance Verifier, and ISO 50001 Auditor.

Learn more

ISO 50001 Overview




Purchase a copy of the Standards










DOE FAQ on ISO 50001


Superior Energy Performance





Superior Energy Performance Program website










Video on SEP by DOE's Paul Scheihing










Alliance to Save Energy SEP video










SEP Certified Companies





LBNL ACEEE paper on SEP, August 19, 2013
 - Assessing the Costs and Benefits of the 
Superior Energy Performance Program







Alliance to Save Energy







Certifying increased energy productivity 
under ISO 50001: Superior Energy 
Performance™


PennTAP Services and Experience





View Demos










PA SEP Success Story







ISO 50001 Press Release







Testimonials




Read about successful implementation 
at General Dynamics - Ordnance and 
Tactical Systems (Scranton, PA)







Superior Energy Performance Interview
 video with Glenn Haley, Owens Corning 
Waxahachie Plant Leader (4th video down)







Medimmune (Maryland Manufacturer)




DOE Website Testimonials







Volvo - New River Valley Article










Related links


News and Publications







Manufacturers Noted for Reducing Energy Use








Mack Trucks is First U.S. Manufacturer to 
Achieve SEP Platium Mature Energy Pathway 
Certification













More Introductory information can be found 
in the Multimedia press release




Tools





DOE ISO 50000 eGuide










Georgia Tech SENPI Tool (regression analysis)










DOE Version SENPI Tool (select EnPI v3.0 and download)


 

 

To learn more contact

Denise Bechdel
Energy, Environment, and Worker Health Team Lead
Phone: 814-867-1539   
Email: dlf14@psu.edu

Is your company interested in incorporating energy management best practices that will lead to sustained savings, continual energy performance improvement, and controlled costs? ISO 50001, the newly developed international standard for energy management, will enable your company to more effectively use and manage energy and turn energy savings into sustainable gains.

What is ISO 50001?

ISO 50001 is an energy management system based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act (PDCA) model of continual improvement also used for other well-known standards such as ISO 9001 or ISO 14001.  ISO 50001 provides organizations with a framework for efficiently managing and improving their energy performance. The standard addresses the following:

  • Energy use and consumption

  • Measurement, documentation, and reporting of energy use and consumption

  • Objectives, Targets and Action plans aimed at improving energy performance

  • Design and procurement practices for energy-using equipment, systems, and processes

  • Variables affecting energy performance that can be monitored and influenced by the organization.

What are the benefits of implementing an ISO 50001 Energy Management System?

ISO 50001 will provide public and private sector organizations with management strategies to increase energy efficiency, reduce costs and improve energy performance.  By managing energy with this systematic approach your company will be able to:

  • Reduce energy costs
  • Continually improve energy performance
  • Improve corporate image
  • Reduce your GHG emissions
  • Align your energy management with other business systems

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Superior Energy Performance Energy Management Trainings

Superior Energy Performance Energy Management Trainings — Phase 1, May 2012

 

Superior Energy Performance Energy Management Trainings Phase 2

Superior Energy Performance Energy Management Trainings — Phase 2, November 2012