The Argentine Republic is pleased to join the Energy Management Campaign and endorse the principles for international engagement on ISO 50001.
- Argentina and the current Administration believe that energy management systems and ISO 50001 are a key tool for meeting national climate and energy goals.
- The National Action Plan on Energy and Climate Change acts as cohesive grounds to host many energy efficiency measures, where the adoption of Energy Management Systems are part of them.
- In particular, the Administration is making significant efforts into the adoption of the management systems through the following initiatives:
- Developing several learning networks for industries and other productive sectors on ISO 50001 with the goal of adopting it,
- Recognizing companies who have excelled on ISO 50001 adoption via the CEM Energy Management Leadership Award with a National Award, and by supporting their efforts by helping to promote their case studies on events and official publications.
- The Energy Management Campaign will support our national efforts to promote ISO 50001 by boosting more awareness of the benefits of implementing ISO 50001 within key industry and services sectors and advocating for it. Furthermore, and through its key principles, it will add awareness of the global impact of its benefits, as well as the professional value added that qualified professionals make it to the impact of implementing ISO 50001.
- To boost domestic implementation of ISO 50001, Argentina commits:
- to advocate for ISO 50001 adoption in public and private organizations,
- to continue focusing its efforts on initiatives that foster more adoption of the standard, and
- to contribute to Campaign international technical cooperation facilitated through the CEM Energy Management Working Group.
It is under no doubt that joining efforts towards the same goal of energy management systems adoption will create a faster adoption of ISO 50001 while demonstrating the successful improvements all around the world of those who have already adopted the energy management systems. It is therefore that the Government of Argentina fully supports and actively endorses this initiative in the hopes that it benefits all countries that have demonstrated firm awareness of the energy challenges the world is witnessing.
Canada continues to build on commitments to the Energy Management Campaign, to accelerate the adoption of innovative energy management systems and practices, including ISO 50001.
At the launch of the Campaign at CEM7, Canada, Mexico and the United States committed to advance ISO 50001 adoption in industry by establishing aligned individual ISO 50001 adoption targets that could be combined into a joint North American target, supported by development of joint technical approaches and assistance programs in key sectors. To support this work, Canada also maintains a suite of energy efficiency programs designed specifically for the industrial sector. Specifically, Canada’s Industrial Energy Management Program includes elements to support uptake of various initiatives such as the Energy Star for Industry and the Superior Energy Performance programs.
Under the Pan-Canadian Framework on Clean Growth and Climate Change, Canada has expanded its ISO 50001 implementation program beyond the industrial sector to maximize the national uptake of energy management systems. The expanded ISO 50001 promotional program now covers commercial and institutional buildings, driving more efficient energy use, improved competitiveness, and increased profitability.
In addition to domestic programs, Canada seeks to advance progress through international cooperation through CEM’s Energy Management Working Group and other international fora, specifically:
- The Global Impacts Research Network, which developed the ISO 50001 Impact Estimator Tool; participated in the co-development and deployment of the ISO 50001 Impact Estimator Tool (IET 50001) to support EMWG members’ need to analyze national impact potential; used IET 50001 to develop Canada’s energy/GHG reduction targets; and worked collaboratively with the United States and Mexico to develop aligned individual targets that could be combined into a joint North American target;
- The Energy Management Leadership Awards program, which showcases leading companies that have been certified to ISO 50001. Canada collects and disseminates data on the business benefits of ISO 50001 and has established a national energy management award under its Canadian Industry Partnership for Energy Conservation (CIPEC) to recognize domestic success stories;
- Ongoing work with the United States and Mexico to expand implementation of IS0 50001 across North America. This includes a series of pilot projects involving companies with facilities in all three countries, and specifically the recently concluded North American Energy Management Pilot Program, a collaborative effort between the Commission for Environmental Cooperation (CEC), the three governments, and 19 North American facilities that received training and technical assistance to implement ISO 50001;
- The Energy Professionals International (EPI), an initiative of the EMWG. Canada is a founding board member and has pursued cooperation towards the development of a professional certification scheme for ISO 50001 lead auditors;
- ISO Technical Committee 301, which seeks to strengthen the market relevance of ISO 50001.
As a result of these efforts, a total of 163 Canadian facilities have now achieved ISO 50001 certification. These companies are now reaping the benefits in terms of reduced operating costs and contributing to reducing Canadian energy use and GHG emissions.
Chile has been developing several actions to promote energy management, especially among the largest energy consumers, which are focusing to improve the energy performance and competitiveness of the industry mainly through the implementation of energy efficiency measurements and renewable energies. Those programs involve the technical assistance, generation of professional capacities, creation of enabling tools, disposal of information over providers and consultants, financing articulation and recognition of the achievements of the industry in these matters. The main actions include the following:
- The “Implementation and Certification of Energy Management Systems” program, which supports co-financing the process of implementation and certification of the ISO 50001 standard to the large consumers of commercial, industry and mining sectors.
- The “Industrial Energy Managers” program, a training program consisting of a 125-hour course, which is intended for Energy Managers who work in the most energy intensive companies in Chile.
- The Energy Supplier platform (Registro Energético), set up to bring companies closer to their suppliers, in order to develop energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
- The Seal of Energy Excellence (Sello de Excelencia Energética), recognizing the leading organizations that are developing EnMS, Energy Efficiency and Energy Renewable projects.
In addition, Chile has been working on the promulgation of the Energy Efficiency Law, which among other requirements will require the implementation of Energy Management Systems for large energy consumers. Currently, the Project Law is in the final step of the legal process.
Main results 2017 – 2019
At the end of 2019, Chile had 63 sites belonging to 31 organizations with certificated EMS under ISO 50001 Standard. The 54% of these organizations have achieved their certifications with the support programs given by the Energy Sustainability Agency. To date these companies have achieved on average, accumulated savings for 8.8% (on average, 3.6% per year), generating an accumulated energy saving of 2,120 GWh/year. These savings are equivalent to the monetary saving of US$ 67 million per year.
During 2020, more companies have advanced towards ISO 50001 certification, counting 22 new organizations with this standard in their operations as of August.
The Industrial Energy Manager program trained 92 workers from different organizations as Energy Managers. Currently, the program is in its eighth version. In addition, different training courses have been developed in subjects such as: ISO 50001, project evaluation, among others.
The Energy Supplier platform has about 184 registered consultants who are qualified to approve the requirements that guarantee the quality of the projects they develop.
Since 2017 to 2019, the Seal of Energy Excellence recognized 83 sites belonging to 48 organizations. Savings by 929 GWh have been validated, equivalent to 176,000 tons of CO2 Eq. The Energy Management Working Group recognizes the Seal of Energy Excellence, where Chile has participated since 2018 in the Energy Management Leadership Awards. Chilean companies that have been recognized with the Insight Award are: Aguas Andinas, ENAP, CMPC, Viña Cono Sur, BCI, Puerto Ventanas, Metro, Plaza S.A., Clínica Santa María SpA, Suez Medioambiente Chile S.A., Grupo Liguria/Química Rhenium and Cap Acero Compañía Siderúrgica Huachipato S.A.
China collected and reviewed case studies for their 2019 national Energy Management Awards. A total of 40 enterprises participated in the awards. Experts from institutions, industry associations, and certification bodies evaluated the participants according to the CEM Energy Management Leadership Awards evaluation criteria. Some of the participants showed interest in the international Energy Management Leadership Awards and 19 of these organizations submitted case studies to the CEM Energy Management Leadership Awards.
China has developed or revised several national standards related to energy management. For example, GB/T 23331 Energy management systems--requirements with guidance for use (IDT ISO 50001:2018), General principle for energy management performance assessment, Guidance for measurement and verification of energy performance (MOD ISO 50015:2014), Energy management performance assessment of the iron and the steel industry, and Energy management performance assessment of the cement industry.
Ongoing work and next steps:
China will continue the promotion of EnMS through a series of programs, including “100, 1,000 and 10,000 enterprises program”, “energy monitoring system in key energy-consuming organizations” and “energy saving voluntary agreement”.
Denmark is pleased to be a part of the Energy Management Campaign and endorse the principles for international engagement on ISO 50001.
Denmark believes that the ISO 50001 standard is a key tool for meeting national climate and energy goals by improving energy efficiency. In 2001, Denmark was one of the first countries to implement an energy management standard. Since then, several EU Member States have made similar standards, and in 2009, the European standard DS/EN16001:2009 was launched, partly inspired by the Danish standard. This European standard was replaced by the international standard ISO 50001 in 2011. It is very important for Denmark that an international standard be implemented, and Denmark would like to share best practices from their solid experience in energy management with other CEM countries; in particular with regard to regulation and industrial leadership.
Denmark’s contribution to the campaign is anchored in bilateral energy cooperation on renewable energy and energy efficiency with selected emerging economies (such as China, Mexico, South Africa and Indonesia). The Energy Management Campaign will support national efforts to promote ISO 50001 through awareness of best practices from other global frontrunner countries.
Specifically, Denmark is advising Mexico about practical implementation of ISO 50001 energy management systems (EnMS), which is a thematic component in this relationship. Through the Mexican-Danish energy cooperation, Denmark is contributing to improving energy efficiency in selected industries in Mexico by sharing best practices regarding implementation, supporting Mexico’s commitment to increasing adoption of energy management systems based on ISO 50001 through the Mexican program Pronasgen which is directed towards large energy users in the industrial and commercial sectors, as well as agencies of Mexico’s federal government. Furthermore, Denmark is committed to contributing to international technical cooperation facilitated through the CEM Energy Management Working Group.
Since sharing this commitment on the global stage at CEM7 in June 2016, much progress has been made through our partnership with Mexico. A new cooperation has been set up, with continuing focus on increasing energy efficeicny in industry through adop ISO 500001.
There are many barriers when working with energy optimization in private companies whose core product is not energy. However, during the projects, it became clear that managing energy consumption actively and continuously led to large economic savings with relatively short payback periods. The pilot companies became increasingly interested and began to carry out energy savings projects. It has been at the heart of the project to work directly with companies, as the most convincing argument for companies is seeing other companies engaged in EnMS and ISO 50001 implementation because it makes economic sense. Right now the Mexican Danish cooperation is sharing the experiences from the pilots with other industries and industrial chambers to increase interest.
Working with the pilot companies involved updating the energy management routines and identifying energy savings projects. The companies carried out some of the energy savings projects, realizing substantial savings in:
- Boilers and steam distribution systems
- Refrigeration plants
- Process heating and cooling
- Pumps and vacuum pumps
- Compressed air
- Heat recovery
- Cleaning and CIP
These actual savings will be presented in a technology catalogue with generic energy saving projects for business. The catalogue will be part of an exercise to get more companies interested in EnMS and ISO 50001 certification.
Based on results from the pilots, estimates have been developed of the possible energy savings for industry on a national scale. For example, some projects involved technologies that represent approximately 61% of the total energy consumption in the food and beverage industry, and estimates show that investments with less than a two-year payback period can reduce energy consumption by 15%. This number increases to 25% with investments with a four-year payback period. Energy savings of 5% can be achieved through investments with a very short payback period and very simple measures-even by simply changing maintenance procedures or by training staff and operators.
The benefits to food companies of EnMS and ISO 50001 implementation were presented at a high-level event, which took place 29 September 2016 in Mexico City. The 150 participants were introduced to companies that have worked with EnMS successfully, some aiming for IS0 50001 certification, and also to technologies that can support energy savings projects and procedures. A practical EnMS manual for the food industry on preparing to implement ISO 50001 was published on the CONUEE website in March 2017.
The work has established valuable relationships with the pilot companies, which are also interested in being frontrunners for other companies. Also, some companies have promulgated the experience internally, to other facilities in Mexico as well as abroad.
Cooperation between Denmark and Mexico is expected to continue, focusing on how to disseminate the results from the pilot projects. In 2017, Denmark plans to move to the next level in Mexico with a voluntary agreement scheme for companies who implement EnMS (ISO 50001).
The European Commission services welcome the Energy Management Campaign and are pleased to renew the EC endorsement for 2019. The European Commission services fully support the principles and objectives of this campaign and wants to continue contributing to it.
First, it is important to recall what the European Union has already achieved in this area. EU legislation on energy efficiency (in particular, the Energy Efficiency Directive) has proven to be very effective in driving European companies towards energy efficient behaviour and has been a clear and direct boost to ISO 50001 in Europe.
The Energy Efficiency Directive required all enterprises in Europe that are not small-to-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to have an energy audit in place by the end of 2015 and every four years thereafter. Companies are also encouraged to put in place an energy management system (EMS) following ISO 50001 standards, and if they do so, they are exempt from the energy audit requirement.
The European Commission services continues its work to support the practice of adopting ISO 50001 and tackle barriers to implementations in the Member States. For 2019 the focus is on how the Member States can be assisted to achieve the new, ambitious energy efficiency target of 32.5 % by 2030. As the industry is more required to participate in achieving the new savings obligation, the European Commission services seeks to encourage the uptake of innovative technologies, techniques and services which will stimulate the demand for energy efficiency improvement measures, including the use of integrated energy management systems.
The most recent ISO survey published in 2018 shows that the number of ISO certificates continues to increase steadily in Europe, with a number of 17 655 certificates in 2017 in comparison to 10 152 in 2015. Whereas in 2014, ISO 50001 was present in 14 only EU Member States, it is now present in every one of the 28 EU Member States.
The efforts to promote energy efficiency in businesses are not only realized through the EU legislation on energy efficiency. In fact, various initiatives have been put in place and funds made available in the area of research and innovation, and dialogues with relevant stakeholders have taken place.
A number of projects through the Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (EASME) and Horizon 2020 have been funded to support companies from different sectors to speed up the market uptake of cost-effective energy efficiency measures through the development of tailor made capacity building programs on energy audits and EMS (ISO 50001). Among these projects, it can be recalled the E2DRIVER project that aims at developing a collaborative training platform for SMEs that are operating throughout the whole automotive supply chain. The staff of the participating SMEs will be trained to become experts on EMS (ISO 50001), industry 4.0 or processes automation with the possibility to become a certified energy auditor. In 2019, a budget of five millions euros has been earmarked to projects supporting the actual implementation of energy audits and EMS.
The following three bullets points summarize the European Commission’s services endorsement of the 2019 Energy Management Campaign:
- The European Commission services endorse the key principles for International Collaboration on ISO 50001.
- The European Commission services renew the commitment to be an active member of the CEM Energy Management Working Group.
- EASME will continue provide financial support to the use of energy audits and energy management systems in enterprises by funding energy efficient technologies and solutions projects and publicity to the EMWG campaigns.
The European Commission services look forward to continued cooperation on this matter.
Germany is pleased to be part of the Energy Management Campaign and to endorse the principles for international engagement on the energy management system standard ISO 50001. With more than 7000 certificates according to ISO 50001 in 2017, Germany builds on its global leadership.
Germany takes part in the Energy Management Campaign because energy management systems help to exploit efficiency potentials particularly in the industrial sector. Germany believes that energy management systems are a key tool for meeting national and international climate and energy goals.
Within the framework of a broad-based industrial support program, the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy has recently created an incentive program that supports the implementation and enhancement of energy management systems through supporting investments in hard- and software that is needed to effectively run an energy management system.
Germany continues to promote energy management systems by highlighting the synergy effects between the participation in an energy efficiency network and an energy management system according to ISO 50001.
In addition, Germany is working on a guidance document for organizations providing hands-on information on how to implement an energy management system according to ISO 50001.
To promote the dispersal of energy management systems according ISO 50001 also among small and medium size organizations, Germany has proposed an international standard guidance for the phased implementation of an energy management system on ISO level and continues to support this process. Experiences and best practice from an ongoing pilot project in Germany and from all countries in the world will pour in to the development of this guidance that will be called ISO 50005.
Indonesia continued on its support in the implementation of energy management systems. Indonesia has adopted ISO 50001:2018 – Energy Management System; ISO 50002:2014 – Requirements with the Guidance for Use; ISO 50006:2014 Measuring Energy Performance using Energy Baseline (RnB) and Energy Performance Indicators (EnPI) – General Principles and Guidance; and the ISO 50015: 2014 Measurement and Verification of Energy Performance of Organization – General Principles and Guidance, to the Indonesia National Standards (SNI). Indonesia now is preparing to adopt more ISO 50000 series standards, namely the ISO 50045:2019 – Technical Guidelines for the Evaluation of Energy Savings of Thermal Power Plants.
In 2019, there are 106 companies in Indonesia already certified for implementation of ISO 50001: Energy Management System. Government of Indonesia encourages more companies to be certified under ISO 50001 through the campaign, technical assistance, and awarding for energy management achievement.
At the policy level, the Government is revising the Government Regulation No. 70/2009 on Energy Conservation, the regulatory framework of the mandatory energy management system implementation. Currently, only energy users with energy consumption of 6,000 TOE/year are covered by the regulation. By lowering the benchmark to be less than 6,000 TOE/year, the Government hopes to include more facilities and sectors, i.e. buildings and transport.
To boost implementation of ISO 50001, Italy commits to continue promoting the ISO 50001 certification under its current energy audit and management certification programme for large firms. The programme also supports small-medium enterprises in performing energy audits and in acquiring energy management certifications and supports the certification of auditors, energy managers, and energy service companies.
In 2019, Japan’s commitments to the Campaign include the following:
- Uphold the momentum of contribution by promoting capacity building and sharing of best practices regarding energy management systems based on ISO 50001.
- Continue to support Southeast Asian countries to set up energy management systems compatible with ISO 50001.
Accomplishments since 2018:
- Japan has been conducting support programs of the capacity buildings and best practices sharing regarding energy management in neighbor countries. Japan has been supporting Indonesia and Brazil to enhance energy management systems based on ISO 50001 through capacity building programs of the Energy Conservation Center, Japan (ECCJ).
- These experiences of capacity building were also shared through the annual workshops of the International Partnership for Energy Efficiency Cooperation (IPEEC) and the Energy Management Action Network (EMAK). In 2018, Japan held the 9th EMAK Workshop which aimed to share and disseminate showcases energy management system and energy efficiency best practices in Brazil. The workshop may enable efficient dissemination of energy management know-how to 72 experts in public and private sectors from Brazil, Chile, and Japan, and 109 internet audiences from seven countries.
- Japan has been supporting India to establish an energy conservation guideline compatible with ISO 50001. In 2018, the guideline was released by Bureau of Energy Efficiency, the Government of India, Ministry of Power.
Accomplishments prior to 2018:
- In Indonesia, Japan supported:
- Establishing an energy management system based on ISO 50001 for 8 factories in industries such as steel, paper, cement, textile, and food industries
- Achieving 4% to 15% energy savings in each factory
- Organizing the first seminar for dissemination of lessons learned from the above capacity buildings
- Sharing Japan’s and Indonesia’s best practices at the 8th EMAK workshop in Jakarta
- In Brazil, Japan supported:
- Establishing a framework for an energy management system based on ISO 50001 for 4 plants in industries such as cement, zinc refining, auto manufacturing, and aluminum products
- Cooperating with the Brazilian National Confederation of Industry (CNI) to start up the Alliance Program, which is consistent with the above projects
Mexico has continued with the promotion of Energy Management Systems (EnMS) in several sectors. In the industrial sector, the actions were focused on implementing a new mechanism for voluntary agreements for large energy users, under the collaboration program with the Danish Energy Agency. To strengthen this activity, an initiative was developed for its implementation and dissemination, which included technical visits to facilities in different productive companies.
Tecnológico Nacional de México, one of the largest public universities in Mexico, was recognized with a CEM Energy Management Insight Award, due to the successful and outstanding operation and results in its energy performance.
In the state-owned companies (Pemex and the national utility, Comisión Federal de Electricidad (CFE)), Conuee provides continuous support to these companies through an online platform which includes several workshops and courses, together with the revision of their energy targets and actions.
Also, several state agencies have been supported in the development of their EnMS capacities. Nuevo León, Durango, and Campeche state governments have received assistance in the implementation of energy management systems for office buildings.
Mexico continued its international technical cooperation activities, participating in the training on EnMS Learning Networks that were developed by the Ministry of Energy of Argentina, within the framework of a project implemented by Argentina and the European Union.
Finally, Conuee completed the training scheme for energy managers in Mexico with the collaboration with UNIDO. This collaboration also allowed to produce the third version of the implementation guidelines for EnMS considering ISO 50001:2018.
The Republic of Korea is pleased to join the Energy Management Campaign and gives its full support to the international engagement on ISO 50001. Korea is committing to continuously pursue energy projects and programs to support industries to further conserve energy through energy management systems including ISO 50001. These efforts will serve as a key to achieve national energy goals based on their Energy Master Plan.
- To lay out a legal basis for ISO 50001, the Korean government enacted the Energy Use Rationalization Law in 2011.
- The Korean government is running a project to support building energy management systems for SMEs. This project provides them with energy metering and monitoring services as well as consulting for acquiring ISO 50001 certification.
- Since 2015, the Korean government has been giving recognition to energy-intensive businesses (over 2000 tonnes of oil equivalent [toe]) that voluntarily introduced ISO 50001 and have excellent energy management systems.
The Energy Management Campaign will support the Korean government’s efforts to promote the implementation of ISO 50001.
- The Korean government encourages energy users and suppliers to implement energy management systems.
- To receive governmental subsidies and support, companies must implement energy management systems that meet all requirements of ISO 50001.
- The Korean government supports the implementation of ISO 50001 by providing consulting service to SMEs and gives recognition to energy intensive companies that successfully introduced ISO 50001 through the Korea Superior Energy Performance project.
- To train and foster domestic experts in energy management systems, the Korean government has developed energy training programs and websites for detailed information.
By participating in the Energy Management Campaign, the Korean government will continuously develop and increase government-funded energy projects and programs to further accelerate energy saving in industry.
Republic of Korea’s achievements in 2018–2019 through its 2018 EnMS Infrastructure Support Project:
- Supported small and medium-sized companies with ISO 50001 consulting, installation of real-time energy measurement equipment (watt-hour meters, flow meters), installation of EnMS, and establishment of control systems.
- Target: Companies whose annual energy use is greater than 2000 toe
- Support budget and condition: 2.18 million dollars; up to 0.16 million dollars per company
- Support ratio:
- Small businesses (80% government support, 20% self-funding)
- Midsize businesses (50% government support, 50% self-funding)
- Large Companies (no support)
- Published an EnMS Guidebook and Casebook; produced and distributed case studies for each project
- Released website for EnMS establishment and energy-saving evaluation tool
- Achieved energy savings in 2018: 3,666toe/month from 15 companies
Ongoing work and planned next steps for the 2019 EnMS Infrastructure Support Project:
- Continue project with same types of ISO 50001 support, targeting companies whose annual energy use is greater than 2000 toe
- Support budget and condition: 2.26 million dollars; up to 0.13 million dollars per company
- Updated support ratios:
- Small businesses (70% government support, 30% self-funding)
- Midsize businesses (40% government support, 60% self-funding)
- Large Companies (no support)
The United Arab Emirates was pleased to join the Energy Management Campaign and endorse the principles for international engagement on ISO 50001.
The UAE strongly believes in the great potential of energy efficiency in improving the country’s energy productivity, thereby positively impacting the environment as well as the economy. Energy management systems such as ISO 50001 are a key tool to achieving the nation’s goals of a sustainable environment and economy.
- In the UAE, a demand side management program is being proposed to promote ISO 50001 practices. This program is now in the approval stage, and once approved and implemented, it would encourage industries to submit energy management reports and implement ISO 50001 standards.
- Several entities within the UAE have already started implementing high energy management standards, including ISO 50001 as well as locally developed standards.
To boost domestic implementation of ISO 50001 and increase energy productivity in the country, the UAE has committed to participating in the Energy Management Leadership Awards. The Energy Management Campaign supports the UAE’s national efforts to promote ISO 50001, which will motivate entities to increase their efficiency and energy management standards, thereby increasing the UAE’s overall energy productivity.
In 2018, the UAE launched the UAE Energy Management Award as an annual national award to recognize energy management leaders in the UAE. Participating companies are honored with trophies at the Ministry’s annual stakeholder event.
As the world moves to a cleaner and more sustainable future, the UAE sees energy efficiency as a hidden fuel that can reduce the country’s energy intensity and greenhouse gas emissions whilst allowing its economy to grow sustainably. Energy management standards play a key role.
In early 2017, the UAE announced its long-term national energy strategy, which includes a target of 40% reduction in energy consumption compared to BAU by 2050. As part of the second phase of this strategy, the UAE is working on a DSM program for Industry, Buildings and Transport. The Industry program will focus mainly on driving the implementation of best practices in energy management, i.e., ISO 50001.
We commit to continue driving the increase in implementation of energy management standards in the UAE by continuing to work with certified entities, encouraging them to share their knowledge and experience through increased participation in the Energy Management Leadership Awards. We will also work with international and local energy management experts to explore methods of providing the knowledge and tools required to facilitate the application of energy management standards in the UAE.
The United States joined the Energy Management Campaign and continues to endorse the principles for international engagement on ISO 50001. Energy management systems (EnMS), such as the international ISO 50001 standard, are a key tool for meeting climate and energy goals. The U.S. Department of Energy (U.S. DOE) fulfills its original commitment to the Energy Management Campaign by supporting national efforts to accelerate uptake of ISO 50001 through two programs for ISO 50001: the Superior Energy Performance 50001™ (SEP 50001) certification program and the 50001 Ready self-attestation program.
The SEP 50001 certification program drives systematic energy performance improvement across the U.S. manufacturing and commercial building sectors, significantly reducing energy use and carbon emissions. SEP 50001 provides guidance, tools, and protocols to drive deeper, more sustained savings from ISO 50001. The SEP 50001 program certification relies on accredited third-party verification of energy performance from ISO 50001. Input from industrial companies and stakeholders drove the development of SEP 50001 and subsequent program updates. The most recent program update expanded opportunities for multi-site certification. U.S. DOE continues to recognize the growing number of certified facilities at the Silver, Gold, and Platinum levels.
In 2017, U.S. DOE launched 50001 Ready, which offers a self-paced, no-cost way for organizations to build a culture of energy management that leads to deeper and sustained savings. 50001 Ready does not require any external audits or certifications. 50001 Ready partners with utilities and other organizations that support and facilitate the implementation of 50001 Ready energy management systems. DOE's 50001 Ready Navigator online tool provides step-by-step guidance and useful tools and templates to guide organizations through implementing its EnMS. The wide applicability of 50001 Ready and the 50001 Ready Navigator among multinational companies has sparked international interest in the tool. The Commission for Environmental Cooperation has translated the 50001 Ready Navigator into Spanish and French to expand ISO 50001 implementation in North American countries. Additional countries are also working with DOE to adapt 50001 Ready’s best practices and Navigator tool to their domestic programs.
SEP 50001 and 50001 Ready enable U.S. DOE’s to design tools that assist facilities in establishing energy management systems and quantifying the energy and carbon emission reductions. Both programs provide public recognition for facilities to acknowledge their accomplishments in adopting ISO 50001 and in improving their energy performance.
Endorsement of Campaign and Key Principles
- Daugavpils City Council is pleased to join the Energy Management Campaign and endorse the key principles for international engagement on ISO 50001.
Reasons for Joining Energy Management Campaign
- Daugavpils City Council believes that energy management systems and ISO 50001 are key tools for meeting global climate and energy goals. The municipality has been actively working to achieve goals by investing in public infrastructure modernization to reduce energy consumption.
- The Daugavpils energy management system targets for 2018 were as follows: to reduce energy consumption by 1% in 15 municipal buildings with the highest energy consumption; to reduce electricity consumption per per luminaire by 1% in 10 public lighting lines; and to reduce energy consumption in public transport by 1% (calculated as energy consumed per 1000 passengers).
- In addition, the municipality has voluntarily committed, by end-2020, to reduce GHG emissions throughout the territory by 10% compared to 2010 levels.
- The Energy Management Campaign supports Daugavpils City Council’s efforts to promote ISO 50001 in the public sector through its implementation in public buildings, street lighting systems, and transport.
- The Campaign also supports systematic energy management of other municipal systems and devices, which leads not only to reduced emissions but also to reduced costs and improved competitiveness. Cost savings can be redirected into development that benefits the community.
- To boost implementation of ISO 50001, Daugavpils City Council commits to expand ISO 50001 certification and include municipal capital companies.
- Furthermore, Daugavpils City Council commits to contribute to Campaign international technical cooperation facilitated through the CEM Energy Management Working Group.
Progress to Date
- Daugavpils has implemented an energy management system that meets ISO 50001 requirements as part of the City’s Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs), which were approved in October 2016 and have goals that extend through 2020.
- The City developed a yearly action plan for 2018, with clear and systematic metrics to measure outcomes and confirm goal attainment, which will attract municipal, state, and European Union financial support.
- To manage city energy use, Daugavpils City Council uses an online energy monitoring platform for buildings, public street lighting, and public transport: www.energoplanosana.lv.
- In 2017, through the energy management system framework, Daugavpils:
- Collected detailed data on the city’s energy use
- Identified ways to improve energy efficiency
- Collected detailed technical information about street lighting
- Implemented several energy efficiency measures
- Achieved a 3.5% reduction (268 MWh) in energy consumption in the 15 highest-consuming municipal buildings, including two municipal buildings which implemented envelope efficiency measures
- Achieved a 4% improvement in public transport efficiency based on specific energy consumption (MWh per 1000 passengers)
- Doubled the number of green purchases through municipal procurement
- Invested 2.94 million euro in developing energy-efficient street lighting infrastructure and photoelement technology (the latter resulting in an increase in specific energy consumption)
- Daugavpils future plans include:
- Renovation and construction of a 2.5 km tramway, including a purchase of 8 new trams (2018–2021, under the framework of the European Regional Development Fund project “Development of environmentally friendly public transport – Trams”).
- Renovate several municipal buildings with the aim of improving the energy efficiency of Daugavpils’ preschool educational institution No. 26, at Šaurā Street 20, Daugavpils (2016–2019, under the framework of the Emission Allowances Auctioning Instrument).
- Install 1346 LED luminaries with a new project titled “Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions by Smart Lighting Technologies in Daugavpils City” (2019–2021, under the framework of the Emission Allowances Auctioning Instrument).
- The data collected on Daugavpils’ energy use also highlighted specific areas for energy-efficiency improvements. In 2017, overall diesel consumption in public transport increased by 10% (940 MWh), and electricity consumption for public street lighting increased by 8% (475 MWh).
- Daugavpils City Council plans to expand adoption of ISO 50001, using certified energy management systems to meet the goals established in its 2016–2020 Sustainable Energy Action Plans (SEAPs), including GHG emissions reduction through the City of 10%, compared to 2010 levels, in 2020. Daugavpils will reduce energy consumption in municipal buildings, public lighting lines, and public transport.
Arabian Cement Company commits to 10% energy savings under the management of an ISO 50001 energy management system. Arabian Cement saved 7% at end of 2017 and those energy savings involved both thermal and electrical energy using the concept of 10 golden rules for saving energy at cement industry, funding of three capital projects, and implementation of employee awareness training to achieve targets. Arabian Cement has worked with UNIDO support to make progress toward its Campaign commitment.
Since then, Arabian cement company achieved 1.8% savings in its overall energy mix portfolio (thermal and electrical energy) for a total of 8.5% energy savings since the inception of its energy management system way. The company is also exploring clean energy options and has signed a contract for a 7 MW solar plant to be established on their land to replace 4% from electrical energy portfolio. The solar plant is planned to be operable in July 2019.
Avant Garde Innovations is pleased to join the Energy Management Campaign and endorse the key principles for international engagement on ISO 50001.
Avant Garde Innovations believes that energy management systems/ISO 50001 are a key tool for meeting corporate sustainability goals. In addition to committing to implement ISO 50001 in its facilities, Avant Garde Innovations also commits to working with partners of the Energy Management Campaign to promote ISO 50001 adoption, and to working with ISO 50001-certified companies to maximize their investments in clean energy technologies.
Avant Garde Innovations, as the name embodies, has always been at the forefront of leadership and initiatives for advancing the company goal of making clean energy affordable and accessible to the global populations. For instance, Avant Garde Innovations, by deploying its Small Wind Turbines to generate wind energy, has enabled the Madre De Deus, a coastal church in Trivandrum, South India, to become the world’s first church to adopt wind energy since the global call of the Holy Pope to adopt clean energy through the Vatican Encyclical Laudato Si as a true testament to this, Avant Garde Innovations also became the world’s first startup and one of the world’s first 25 companies to commit to 100% Renewable Energy for the 100% RE campaign initiated by CDP and We Mean Business Coalitions on the run-up to the COP21 Climate Summit in Paris.
Avant Garde Innovations views the Energy Management Campaign to be in perfect synergy with its mission and is proud to extend its full commitment and pledge to promote ISO 50001 adoption within its facilities and by its customers. By joining the Campaign, the company hopes to take its efforts further, faster.
Cummins invested $34 million, double its typical annual amount, in 342 emission reduction activities and renewable energy projects during 2019 toward achieving its energy and greenhouse gas (GHG) goals. Cost savings are projected to be about $5.2 million per year. Absolute energy use steadily decreased during 2019 for the first time since Cummins began actively tracking it in 2006. The global campaign for LED lighting during the year produced impressive results; about 85% of the company’s light fixtures are now LED. Total energy costs in 2019 were approximately $150 million or about 7% of Cummins’ net income.
At the end of 2019, Cummins’ energy intensity reduction of 31% was just short of its 32% goal, impacted by a 9% decline in hours worked measured from mid-year to end of year. Since Cummins’ goal is an intensity goal, a decline in hours worked must be offset by even greater reductions in energy use. Total energy costs in 2019 were approximately $150 million or about 7% of Cummins’ net income.
The company’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions decreased by about 56,000 metric tons on an absolute basis in 2019 and fell 7.2% adjusted for hours worked compared to the prior year. Cummins’ primary energy consumption decreased by 2% on an absolute basis in 2019, while falling by 2.8% adjusted for hours worked compared to 2018. Between 2010 and 2019, the company’s energy efficiency and renewable energy efforts reduced Cummins’ GHG intensity by 42%.
Cummins uses tools and resources available from programs such as ISO 50001, the international energy management system standard, and the U.S. Department of Energy’s Superior Energy Performance (SEP) program. In 2016, the company pledged to have 90% of its facility GHG footprint, or 40 sites, certified to the ISO energy management standard 50001. By the end of 2019, the company had surpassed the goal, reaching 44 sites. Nine of these plants are certified to the SEP program.
The 2020 energy goal includes a commitment to increase the amount of energy sourced from renewable power. Construction on the Meadow Lake VI windfarm in northwest Indiana (U.S.) was completed and began generating renewable electricity in December 2018. Since it went online in mid-December 2018 to end of 2019, the Meadow Lake VI wind farm generated enough renewable energy to offset 15.7% of Cummins global facilities’ carbon footprint. The expansion was made possible through Cummins’ 15-year virtual power purchase agreement (VPPA) for 75 MW capacity signed in 2017. Renewable energy credits (RECs) from the project totaled 126,774 metric tons of CO2 e (carbon dioxide equivalent), which will directly come off Cummins’ GHG footprint. Cummins will retire the RECs. The VPPA provided the anticipated hedge effect against energy prices, as a slight price settlement loss was offset by reduced utility costs at the company’s Indiana plants.
Cummins has 25 onsite solar photovoltaic (PV) system installations in operation in 2019, with a total generation capacity of 16.9 MW. Nine new solar PV projects were added in India, alone, where solar intensity is high, and power from the grid is carbon-intensive and expensive. Cummins has 11 total solar installations in India, with three more expected to be complete in 2020. The company has a total solar capacity of 10 MW in India, providing about 9% of the total electricity Cummins uses in the country. In China, the Beijing Foton Cummins Engine Company in 2019 expanded the largest solar array in the company, adding panels to a second building that, thanks to technology advances, will produce nearly as much power as the original 650,000 square foot array built in 2016. That array generates about 15% of the building’s electricity needs. Meanwhile, Cummins Juarez, a Components facility in Juarez, Mexico, expanded its solar array, adding 172 kWp of renewable power.
Cummins is committed to making people’s lives better by powering a more prosperous world. That prosperity includes strong communities, robust business and environmental sustainability.
That is why Cummins has created its PLANET 2050 environmental sustainability strategy. The strategy sets big targets for 2050 and specific goals for 2030. It will help employees see the roles they and Cummins play in our company’s and planet’s sustainable future.
There are three primary focus areas for the strategy:
- Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in line with climate experts’ recommendations.
- Doing our part to use natural resources in the most sustainable way possible.
- Our communities are better because we are there. Cummins firmly believes the companies that are successful in the future will deliver more value to customers with less of an environmental impact. Cummins intends on being one of those companies.
Facilities goal #3 aligns with energy management – Cummins plans to reduce absolute GHG emissions from facilities and operations by 50%. The 50% absolute carbon emissions reduction by 2030 from a base year of 2018 is a target consistent with the level of decarbonization required to keep global temperature increase to below 1.5°C compared to pre-industrial temperatures.
Reaching the goals – Cummins plans actions in these areas:
- Reduce absolute energy consumption in facilities through efficiency upgrades.
- Reduce production and research and development hot test fuel consumption.
- Install regenerative dynos and load banks at existing high-horsepower research and development test cells.
- Install energy storage if unable to export excess test power to neighboring site or grid.
- Increase innovative processing through 3D Printing and design innovation, advanced manufacturing and connected supply chains.
- Provide more renewable electricity through onsite solar photovoltaics and offsite power purchase.
- Replace selected leased and owned executive cars, service and yard vehicles with electric vehicles; install electric vehicle charging stations.
Google has long been a corporate leader in sourcing renewable energy and driving energy efficiency throughout our operations -- sustainability is a part of everything we do. We know that energy management and energy efficiency are key tools for meeting corporate sustainability goals, and have seen first-hand the benefits of adopting energy efficiency and ISO 50001 in our data centers.
Google is excited to extend its environmental leadership by joining the CEM Energy Management Campaign to increase private sector uptake of energy efficiency and energy management systems.
To boost implementation of ISO 50001, Google commits to supporting promotion of energy efficiency and energy management in our supply chain. We look forward to continuing our work with global, national, and local leaders from government, business, and advocacy organizations to accelerate progress in global energy and climate goals.
The LG Chem Ltd. Ochang plant is pleased to join the Energy Management Campaign and endorse the key principles for international engagement on ISO 50001.
The LG Chem Ltd. Ochang plant believes that energy management systems/ISO 50001 are a key tool for meeting corporate sustainability goals:
- The Ochang plant has photovoltaic power generation, which sizes about 43,410 m2 with capability of 2,988 kWp. Since July 2012, when the installation finished, it created 12.9 GWh cumulatively (by 2015 December).
- The main energy saving project is installation of energy efficient equipment, such as improvement in industrial air conditioning for clean rooms, a waste heat recovery system, and chiller improvement with water control. As a battery manufacturer, the plant installed an energy storage system (ESS) for recognition as a green company and contributed to electricity peak reduction.
- Based on a measurement by energy source, the plant creates an energy map and calculates significant energy in regard to energy use and its potential. In order to conduct more detailed and reliable energy reviews, energy meters have been installed that are able to monitor real-time energy use at all levels.
- Since an ISO 50001-based EnMS was implemented in 2014, the Ochang plant set a goal to reduce energy cost by 10% each year. The Ochang plant pursues energy savings by conducting self-assessments to seek more cost-saving opportunities. As result of monthly report assessments of its energy use and GHG, the Ochang plant achieved an energy cost reduction of 13% ($9.5 million) in 2014 and 11% ($7.0 million) in 2015.
- The Ochang plant, which is actively involved in GHG-related regulation, continuously reduced emissions by 272,536 tCO2 in 2012, 253,285 tCO2 in 2013, and 238,275 tCO2 in 2015.
The Energy Management Campaign will support the plant’s efforts to promote ISO 50001 by contributing to LG Chem’s reputation/image as a green, environmentally friendly company, which increases its competitiveness globally.
The LG Chem Ltd. Ochang Plant commits to achieving certification for ISO 50001 by 2020, as well as providing supply chain partners with technical support to help them improve their energy and environmental performance through energy management.
Furthermore, the LG Chem Ltd. Ochang Plant commits to contributing to the global effort to promote ISO 50001 through the work of the Clean Energy Ministerial.
The LG Chem Ltd. Ochang Plant will actively use energy management systems as a strategic plan, continuously improve energy efficiency and potentially seek a way to expand energy management systems to other partners’ facilities to have a win-win situation.
As a provider of electricity and natural gas to millions of Californians, PG&E has a long-standing commitment to delivering innovative energy efficiency programs to customers. Doing so is part of PG&E's broader effort to offer choices to customers and help them find ways to save money and reduce their carbon footprint. In fact, over the last 35 years, PG&E's energy efficiency measures have saved customers billions of dollars and helped to keep the state's per capita electricity consumption nearly flat while the rest of the nation's consumption has risen by 50%.
PG&E is pleased to support the Clean Energy Ministerial's Energy Management Campaign by educating the company's commercial and industrial customers about the ISO 150001 energy management standard as a vehicle to achieve greater energy savings and to help meet California's commitment to double energy efficiency goals by 2030.
Since making its commitment to the Energy Management Campaign at CEM7 in June 2016, PG&E, a provider of some of the nation's cleanest energy to millions of Californians, continues to support deployment of ISO 50001. As our next milestone, PG&E is moving forward in 2017 with a new strategic energy management program for industrial customers to implement the effective whole facility energy management system and data-driven methodologies of ISO 50001.
Samsung Electronics America, Inc. (Samsung Electronics America) and its parent company, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. (Samsung Electronics), are committed to minimizing their environmental impacts, both by producing products that minimize the impact on natural resources and by reducing the greenhouse gas (GHG) intensity of company operations. Being an eco-conscious company is something Samsung takes very seriously, and environmental performance is a key operational pillar of the product development process.
Samsung Electronics first made an Environmental Declaration in 1992, promising to enrich society and protect nature. Soon thereafter, energy efficiency became a core tenet in Samsung environmental sustainability strategy. Three years ago, Samsung Electronics fulfilled its Eco-Management Plan 2013, set in 2009, which, among other achievements, improved the overall energy efficiency of Samsung's product portfolio by 42% against a 2008 baseline.
Samsung Electronics has recently set additional goals in the form of its Eco-Management 2020 plan, whose purpose is aligned with the principles of ISO 50001: to systematically achieve continual improvement of energy performance, including energy efficiency, energy security, and energy use and consumption. Samsung Electronics's site in Gumi was the first to receive ISO 50001 certification in July 2011, and later in July 2012, all six business sites in Korea had been awarded. Two years after introducing the standard, Samsung Electronics is the first company in Korea to receive ISO 50001 certification for all foreign and domestic business sites.
Samsung's commitment includes the following goals:
- The plan's primary goal is to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intensity (normalized by sales) from the company's global facilities by 70% based on the 2008 level. To support this goal, Samsung will maintain ISO 50001 certification of all of manufacturing sites by 2020.
- Samsung Electronics is pleased to join the Energy Management Campaign and endorse the key principles for international engagement on ISO 50001.
- Since the announcement of its initial commitment at CEM7 meeting in 2016 much progress has been made. In 2016, we reduced 41% of GHG emission intensity from all of manufacturing sites, compared to 2008 levels (2008 GHG emission intensity: 5.17 ; 2016 GHG emission intensity: 3.04). Furthermore, we are currently maintaining ISO50001 certification for all manufacturing sites.
Since the announcement of its initial commitment at the CEM7 meeting in 2016 much progress has been made. Samsung Electronics continues to focus on its GHG reduction goals, maintains ISO50001 certification globally for all manufacturing sites and in 2018 we announced that we will source renewable energy for 100% of the electricity used for all of our factories, office buildings and operational facilities in the United States, Europe and China by 2020.
Schneider Electric is committed to providing innovative solutions to address the energy paradox: balancing the planet's carbon footprint with the irrefutable human right to quality energy. As a global specialist in energy management and automation operating in over 100 countries, Schneider Electric's mission is to help businesses achieve their energy challenges while achieving better operational efficiency. Schneider Electric puts ethics and responsibility at the center of its interactions with customers, partners and suppliers, with employees and the communities where it operates.
Schneider Electric's commitments include, among others, achieving the following by the end of 2017:
- 10% energy reduction across Schneider Electric facilities
- 10% CO2 savings from transportation across Schneider Electric
- Zero waste to landfill in 100 Schneider Electric facilities
In addition, Schneider Electric is a U.S. Department of Energy Better Buildings Challenge Partner and a leader in the Superior Energy Performance(R) (SEP) program in North America, with a record 16 facilities achieving energy savings between 5% and 30%. Because all have the opportunity to align corporate goals with national climate and energy goals---achieving energy, economic, and sustainability benefits that transform organizations and the world---at the Clean Energy Ministerial of 2016, Schneider Electric will pledge the following commitments:
- Manage and improve energy performance, including ISO 50001 certification, in 150 facilities globally by 2017.
- Provide subject matter expert input to DOE and ANSI, and to CEM technical exchange on how corporations and industrial facilities can best achieve ISO 50001 certification.
- Promote international best practices in energy management, ISO 50001 certification, and Superior Energy Performance to our clients.
- Through Schneider Electric's Energy Management Data Management Services, encourage all company clients to maintain a managed corporate energy policy supported by executive management.
The Carbon Trust is committed to helping participating countries by offering its expertise in creating the required infrastructure to enable organizations to effectively implement energy efficiency measures and encourage best practice in energy management. This includes appropriate policy levers together with an available market of skilled energy efficiency expert advisers and trusted equipment suppliers.
Since making this commitment at CEM7 in June 2016, the Carbon Trust has supported a growing number of businesses in implementing ISO 50001 at their sites, as well as promoting the standard as a key component of best-practice energy management through various programmes run by the Carbon Trust - for example, the Global Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator under the UN's Sustainable Energy For All initiative. Separately, the Carbon Trust's independent assurance arm has also now been accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service to award ISO 50001 certification.
The Climate Group commits to support the Energy Management Campaign and promote ISO 50001 as one of the many tools that companies can use to fulfil energy productivity commitments made through the EP100 campaign. The EP100 initiative showcases the leadership of companies that are doing more with less energy. Companies can join the initiative by pledging to double their energy productivity, to owning, occupying or managing Net Zero Carbon Buildings, or to implement an energy management system globally within 10 years and committing to an energy productivity improvement target. To date more than ten companies, including Hilton, Lloyds Banking Group, Yanbu Cement and Vornado Realty Trust companies have signed up under the EnMS pathway and are in the process of certifying their EnMS against ISO50001.
ClimateWorks Foundation commits to assessing and supporting the transferability and scaling up of ISO 50001 and related policy incentives.
In order to meet its commitment related to transferability and scaling up of IS0 50001 and related policies, ClimateWorks Foundation in 2017 is assessing the viability and effectiveness of financial incentives to scale the adoption and implementation of ISO 50001 and related energy management systems in China.
The United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), through its work to promote inclusive and sustainable industrial development, commits to working with governments around the world to adopt energy management policies, and support energy management in enterprises of all sizes to improve their energy performance.
Since the announcement of its initial commitment at CEM7 meeting in 2016, UNIDO has been actively pursuing programmes and activities that demonstrate its commitment to the campaign's key principles for political action, global action and country action:
A. Political Action
- International input strengthens the market relevance of ISO 50001 portfolios: In May 2017, UNIDO in cooperation with several partners held the fifth edition of Vienna Energy Forum which addressed the role of energy in implementing SDGs and the Paris Climate Agreement. Among the key messages and recommendations delivered at the forum is the impact of target setting and regional cooperation in achieving the energy goals. At side events and other sessions, the forum highlighted experience of countries such as South Africa in implementing energy management programmes targeting industries and also the significant potential of implementing energy management systems in cities.
- Supporting the work of CEM Energy Management Working Group (EMWG): UNIDO continued its active collaboration with the Energy Management Working Group especially in areas related to building qualified workforce for ISO 50001 as an observer member of the Energy Professionals International (EPI), providing inputs on the minimum qualifications of lead auditors and giving access to UNIDO's training material, tools and pool of experts.
- Promoting the campaign and its principles among UNIDO member states, especially those where UNIDO is running programmes on energy management system, some of which have registered to the campaign. One of the winners of the 2017 energy management leadership awards is a company supported through the UNIDO programme funded by the Global Environment Facility (the GEF) in Egypt.
B. Global Action
- As the co-lead of the Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator under the Sustainable Energy for All initiative, UNIDO is actively promoting energy management systems as a unique key measure to advance energy efficiency.
- In April 2017, the Global Environment Facility GEF approved two million dollars funding to support the Accelerator in securing public commitments by governments, industrial corporations, trade associations, utilities, and financial institutions to drive the adoption of energy management systems, best practices and innovation in industry. This funding will allow the expansion of the programme to another 5 countries over the next two years.
- Through work with the leaderships of the Sustainable Energy for All initiative and the Global Environment Facility, energy management systems in BRICS countries is now a priority area recognized in the upcoming replenishment strategy of the GEF for achieving sustainable energy goals and actions.
C. Country Action
- UNIDO's Energy Management System Programme has reached coverage of 18 countries (South Africa, Moldova, Russia, Turkey, Ecuador, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia, Egypt, Iran, Ukraine, Colombia, Macedonia, Myanmar, India and Georgia). UNIDO's country projects provide a wide range of technical assistance services such as development of policy recommendations for accelerating the uptake of energy management systems and IS0 50001, development of sectoral benchmarks to mark progress and highlight potential for improvement, development of enterprise metrics for measuring energy performance, delivery of theoretical and on the job training for qualification of energy professionals and enterprise personnel, implementation of pilot projects and awareness raising.
- UNIDO secured engagement in new countries such as Peru and Mongolia.
Through the country actions in the 18 countries, the following results have been achieved by April 2017:
- Over 6000 decision makers including industry top-management, policy makers and implementers, and other energy practioners received training or participated in awareness seminars on energy management systems.
- Over 2800 enterprises had their staff trained on EnMS/ISO 50001 implementation.
- Over 400 consultants and 200 industrial energy managers have been qualified in energy management systems implementation at the end of a 1-year long programme.
- Over 400 enterprises with energy management systems in place that generate savings.
- Over $ 80 million of annual energy cost savings achieved in 2016, without accounting for the non-energy benefits.
- 7,000 Giga Watt Hours (GWh) of cumulatative energy savings achieved.
- Cumulative emission reduction of 4.3 million tons of CO2 equivalent.
In addition to continuing our political engagement and programmes implementation work at the global and country level, in 2017/2018, UNIDO intends to:
- Facilitate the creation of a global cooperation platform under the Industrial Energy Efficiency Accelerator to encourage knowledge and best-practices exchange among various players.
- Sign-up five new countries to the Accelerator.
- Initiate a working group dialogue for industry to act as champion and driver for action on industrial energy efficiency and energy management.
- Integrate the new Coordinator function for the Energy Management Working Group into UNIDO's operational structure and develop synergies with its country based technical cooperation services.
- Dedicate resources to implement the work programme of the Energy Management Working Group.
UNIDO, through its work to promote inclusive and sustainable industrial development, reaffirms its commitment to work with governments around the world to adopt energy management policies, and support energy management system implementation in enterprises of all sizes to improve their energy performance, productivity and sustainability.