Creating the Right Environment for ISO 50001

 

Mansion House, Dublin, Friday 4th May 2012

 

Presentations from the event are available to download below by clicking on the presentation title.

Video Presentations from the event are available to view by clickinghere.

The poster displays from the event are available to download from the followingpage.

 

 

Opening Address- Lord mayor of Dublin, Andrew Montague

Keynote Address: Rob Steele, ISO Secretary General

Session 1: National Policy and Programme Support

The speakers in this session will draw on unique insights into different regions and economies to assess what is now needed to promote and support the EnMs approach and the takeup of ISO 50001

IEA- IIP Policy Pathway - Energy management Programmes- Vida Rozite IEA and Julia Reinaud IIP
The Role and Potential Impact of ISO 5001 within UNIDO Projects- Marco Matteini, UNIDO
The Global Superior Energy Performance Partnership (GSEP) - Paul Scheihing, US Department of Energy
  

Session 2: Long Term Strategies to develop capability and impact

In this session, the speakerswill explore some new and potentially transformative programmatic approaches that will maximise the contribution that energy management programmes and ISO 50001 can deliver .

  
Ireland- Energy Management Maturity Model- John O Sullivan , SEAI
Superior Energy Performance Programme - Aimee McKane, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  

Session 3: ENMS Expierences- Country reviews with future insights

This session will provide a very useful overview from a number of countries where Energy Management Systems have already been successfully adopted within national programmes. It will include insights on ISO 50001 integration and programme development.

The Expierence of Long Term Agreements - Thomas Bjorkman , Swedish Energy Agency
The Finnish Energy Efficiency Agreement - Hille Hyytia, Motiva
EnMs progress in China- Geng Wang , CNIS
 

Session 4: Synergy with other policy measures

Senior policy makers with different strategic approaches will reflect on how the new standard will sit with existing measures. this session will consider other energy efficiency policies in different regions and consider the additional contribution that ISO 50001 may provide in this setting

An update on Energy Supplier Obligations expierences in Denmark- Erik Gudbjerg , Lokalenergi
A closer look at the energy utilites pilot programmes in the US - Chad Gilless , EnerNOC
How the Australian Energy Efficieny Opportunities Programme proves an excellent example of mandating energy Audits by law. Albert Dessi,Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism, Canberra
Expierences of energy efficiency programmes in India- K.K Chakarvarti, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, New Delhi
 

 
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