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Energy Management System (BS EN 16001/ISO 50001 Development and Implementation)



Energy and Carbon Management are now seen as essential aspects of successful organizational management. The use of energy resources is fundamental to our outcomes, however often little time is given to its management and control even though the pressures are ever-present to reduce organizational costs and usage of resources plus minimization of perceived environmental impact.

Energy Management, on a day by day basis, is neither overly complex nor difficult once the necessary practices and methodologies, suitable for the organization have been learned and applied.

Course Objectives:

At the end of this course the participants will be able to:

  • Understand where energy resources come from
  • Identify energy ‘Waste’
  • Gain expertise in managing the resource once it comes on site
  • Enroll all organizational colleagues in the day to day management of energy resources
  • Demonstrate to all parties (Customers and Suppliers) the best practices being carried out
  • Understand the process of Energy Management
  • Learn about the International Energy Management Standard (ISO 50001)
  • Reduce operational costs, Carbon footprint, and Environmental Impact

Targeted Audience:

  • Electrical Engineers
  • Electrical Supervisors
  • Power Engineers
  • Managers in-charge of electrical installations
  • Project Engineers
  • Quality Professionals

Course Outlines:

Unit 1: Energy Overview:

  • Energy & the Environment
  • Energy laws, regulations, and procedures
  • Energy Language
  • Carbon Emissions
  • Energy Standards
  • Energy applications

Unit 2: Energy Data & Management:

  • Invoices
  • Metering
  • Data manipulation and interpretation
  • Management output
  • Using data
  • Evaluation Management competency

Unit 3: Energy Auditing / Review:

  • Auditing process
  • Simple Auditing
  • Management Auditing
  • Detailed Auditing
  • Process Assessment
  • Equipment and activity Assessment

Unit 4: Monitoring and Targeting:

  • Using raw data
  • Establishing connections with activity levels
  • Benchmarks / KPIs
  • Regression Analysis and CuSum
  • Establishing budgets and targets for consumption
  • Automatic Monitoring & Targeting / Reporting

Unit 5: People Power:

  • Sources of help & guidance
  • Enrolling staff members
  • Making Policy & Strategy work
  • Partnerships
  • Information / communication

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