2018 October: DOE Updates ISO 50001 Programs to Revised Standard
2018 February: Nissan North America earns 50001 Ready at three facilities
2017 December: Getting Started with the 50001 Ready Navigator
2017 December: Lawrence Berkeley Lab team receives award for ISO 50001 R&D
2017 September: Comau LLC’s Novi Michigan facility earns 50001 Ready
2017 September: ISO 50001 incorporated in standard for computer servers
The 50001 Update is the Department of Energy EERE newsletter for 50001 Ready, the 50001 Superior Energy Performance program, and other activities around ISO 50001. Find archived versions below, and sign up to receive email updates!
Available now through June 2019 – Are you already using ISO 50001 and want details on changes in the 2018 version? Take this two-hour course with knowledge checks, Update on ISO 50001:2018 Training, to define the next steps to update your energy management system. Offered by Georgia Tech’s Professional Education program, this training is useful to staff in companies using energy management and auditors, as well as practitioners assisting organizations with energy management, such as the 50001 Certified Practitioners in Energy Management. Register two or more people from your organization and Georgia Tech offers a 10% group discount.
October 17–19, 2018—Join DOE’s sessions at the World Energy Engineering Congress (WEEC). The conference includes a full track for the Better Plants Program, which features presentations and discussions on DOE tools and resources, the power of partnerships, and managing energy and resources. Speakers from several organizations participating in 50001 Ready and SEP are featured. Also, don’t miss the Exhibit Hall Workshop where DOE will demonstrate the 50001 Ready Navigator—and the presentation on "ISO 50001 and Smart Tech" in the Industrial Energy Management track.
November 28, 2018—Join the next 50001 Ready Utility Network Series webinar. In November, DOE will provide an overview of new features in the 50001 Ready Navigator tool for utilities and implementers, such as functionality to manage a cohort of customers implementing ISO 50001 plus ways to co-brand with DOE and seamlessly provide Navigator access to customers.
December 3-6, 2018 – Auditors who want to expand their expertise to ISO 50001 have training opportunities available in late 2018 through ISO 50001 Lead Auditor Classroom Training, offered through Georgia Tech’s Professional Education program. This training prepares professionals for the certification exam.
50001 Ready recognized facilities are being highlighted in national, regional, business, and trade media for their leadership. Recent articles are featured below.
2018 September: Department of Energy recognizes ArcelorMittal, ArcelorMittal in Smart Industry
2018 August: An inside look at seven of Cleveland's most sustainable buildings, ArcelorMittal in FreshWater
2017 November: DOE Helps Organizations Create Sustainable Energy Savings with 50001 Ready, Four Seasons in Retrofit Magazine
2017 November: Comau sustainability efforts highlighted at World Wide Energy Conference, Comau press release
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