November 11, 2015 – Middletown, OH
The ISO 50001 energy management standard is a proven international framework for industrial and commercial facilities, to manage all aspects of their energy footprint—including procurement and use. Similar in nature to the ISO 9000 Quality Standard and the ISO 14000 Environmental Standard, more than 7,300 sites worldwide had achieved
ISO 50001 certification by May 2014. The growth of ISO 50001 is expected to accelerate as an increasing number of companies integrate its principles into their overall corporate strategies.
Superior Energy Performance™ (SEP) is the US DOE’s energy management system built on the ISO 50001 framework. Industrial facilities adopting SEP are reducing their energy costs by 10% within 18 months of achieving certification to the ISO 50001/SEP standards. Facilities that pursue certification to ISO/SEP achieve an attractive return on investment while enhancing their sustainability. This conclusion is based on detailed accounts from US manufacturers that have already implemented ISO 50001 and SEP.
The ½-day seminar will introduce the participants to both ISO50001 and SEP with particular emphasis on the business case for considering making these systems part of their corporate strategies. In addition, the Ohio Office of Energy will describe the financial assistance programs available to manufacturers.
Mr. Lawrence Boyd, CP EnMS, SEP PV – Industrial
Mr. Boyd is the Director of Industrial Technology Programs at Energy Industries of Ohio and the Project Manager for the Ohio Center for Industrial Energy Efficiency. He has over 15 years of experience in industrial energy systems and energy-related Best Practices. Mr. Boyd has been designated as an Energy Expert in Process Heating by the US DOE and managed the Basic Oxygen and Electric Arc Furnace project that was awarded the 2006 Ohio Governor’s Award for Excellence in Energy. Mr. Boyd is one of 96 Certified Practitioners in Energy Management Systems in the country and one of 21 Performance Verifiers for DOE’s Superior Energy Performance program. He is the only Certified Practitioner/Performance Verifier located in Ohio and has participated in 17 SEP site audits across the North America including 8 states, Canada and Mexico.
Mr. Boyd holds BS and Master of Chemical Engineering degrees from Cornell University and an MBA from Cleveland State University. His industrial background includes the development and production of heterogeneous catalysts, glass manufacturing and the production of industrial solvents from biomass.
8:00 – 8:45 am — Registration
8:45 – 10:00 pm — ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance Overview
- Introduction to Energy Management Systems
- Why would I want to do this?
- The Business Case for Energy Management
10:00 – 10:15 — Break
10:15 – 11:00 — Implementing ISO 50001 and SEP
11:00 – 11:15 — Getting Certified
11:15 – 11:30 — Ohio Energy Office Financial Assistance Program
Drury Inn and Suites
3320 Village Drive
Middletown, OH, 45005