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Publications

The publications library includes reports and presentations, as well as technical papers, guides, brochures, flyers, and fact sheets from the Energy Management Working Group (EMWG).

Friday, May 12, 2017

PT. Indonesia Power Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

PT. Indonesia Power Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

By implementing EnMS, 3.21% energy savings has been achieved every year

This case study describes how PT. Indonesia Power (IP) is one of PT. PLN (Persero) which successfully implemented Energy Management System (EnMS) ISO 50001. As the largest electric power producer in Indonesia, IP must set a benchmark company for EnMS implementation.

Friday, May 12, 2017

AES Jordan PSC Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

AES Jordan PSC Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Amman East Power Plant is the first power plant in Jordan to implement ISO 50001

This case study describes how Amman East Power Plant is the first power plant in Jordan to implement ISO 50001 which aligned with their mission “to provide sustainable energy solution in each market [they] serve.“ Recently, Amman East EnMS team was invited to an energy management conference hosted by International System Organization (ISO) to share their experience and knowledge about energy management to other industrial fields.

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Central Termoel├ęctrica Genelba Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

Central Termoel├ęctrica Genelba Global Energy Management Implementation Case Study

The application of the standard ISO 50001 improves energy performance 13.2% over 2 years

This case study describes how Central Termoeléctrica Genelba, a power generation company, implemented ISO 50001, which allowed the company to reduce its energy consumption by 26 billion BTU (7635 MWh) in a period of two years. This improvement resulted in a reduction of the operating costs by US$ 271,034 and a decrease in CO2 generation by 2,997 tonnes during the same time period.

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