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Case Studies

This collection of energy management system (EnMS) case studies presents the real-world data and experiences of early adopters who use EnMS to achieve savings. These case studies describe the implementation and resulting savings from use of an EnMS, ISO 50001, or energy optimization projects.

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Friday, May 12, 2017

General Motors do Brasil Ltda Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

General Motors do Brasil Ltda Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

GMSA achieves 25.62% energy reduction per vehicle use in 11 years for the three certified sites in Brazil

This case study describes how in 2005, the Department of Energy and Utilities for General Motors South America (GMSA), a service center comprised of multi-skilled professionals, focused on meeting the region's diverse needs to ensure energy efficiency and sustainability of General Motors facilities. Monitoring of indicators, management of energy contracts, implementation of energy efficiency projects, and communication with a focus on management in the industrial and the residential environments are the initiatives developed over the years focused on reducing energy and utilities consumption.

Friday, May 12, 2017

Baxter Healthcare Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Baxter Healthcare Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Baxter Healthcare is the first pharmaceutical company in Brazil to be ISO 50001 certified and has improved energy performance by 30.3% through the Lean Energy Program since 2011

This case study describes how Baxter Brazil has implemented more than 180 projects for energy consumption reduction since the formal Energy Program establishment in 1999, which was the key factor to achieve 68% energy consumption reduction and 80% water consumption reduction. The company’s corporate responsibility initiatives support its mission to apply innovative science to develop hospital and renal products that save and sustain patients' lives.

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