ISO 50001 Consulting
Advanced Energy provides step-by-step support to help your company achieve 50001 Ready recognition, ISO 50001 certification and Superior Energy Performance 50001 certification. We partner with commercial and industrial sites to guide them along the path to certification, starting from wherever they may be on their strategic energy management journey all the way through the certification audit.
ISO 50001 is a voluntary global standard for energy management systems in industrial, commercial and institutional facilities. We are a contributing member on the ISO 50001 standard committee, so we understand it well and work to improve it with each new edition. ISO 50001 certification is for facilities that are serious about strategic energy management, as it includes developing continual improvement processes that are auditable to the standard.
We partner with businesses to guide them along the path to certification, starting from wherever they may be on their strategic energy management journey all the way through the certification audit.
For beginners, we can start with a gap analysis and training. For the more advanced, we can develop the processes and documentation required to establish an energy management system. We can also perform practice certification audits and be present when the required third-party audit takes place for certification. We do not stop there, either, and will remain your consultant to help your staff meet the ongoing requirements of internal audits. ISO 50001 certification is typically a corporate decision, and when we are engaged, we make sure to complement your teams at the facility level.
Advanced Energy is a national ISO 50001 expert selected by the U.S. Department of Energy to provide step-by-step support to help your company achieve 50001 Ready™. The 50001 Ready program is an approach for facilities to establish an energy management system and self-attest to the structure of ISO 50001.
We work with businesses and industries to guide them along the energy management path by offering detailed training and assistance with process development and documentation. We utilize the 50001 Ready Navigator™ online tool to thoroughly address all energy management aspects. This resource aligns the best-practice guidelines outlined by ISO 50001 and allows facilities to self-direct their implementation progress by providing worksheets, playbooks and team management resources. This program allows businesses to enjoy all the benefits of 50001 without the costs associated with ISO certification.
Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems (CP EnMS)
Our CP EnMS certification means we can work with industrial organizations to establish and/or maintain an energy management system that meets the requirements of ISO 50001. We can also work with organizations to integrate ISO 50001 with their existing management systems.
Superior Energy Performance-Performance Verifier (SEP PV)
Our SEP PV certification signifies that we can review and evaluate calculations supporting a facility’s application of the SEP 50001 Program Measurement & Verification Protocol: 2019.
We can verify the input data on which the SEP 50001 Program Measurement & Verification Protocol: 2019 is based, evaluate energy performance claims, and work with audit teams to communicate and justify the audit findings related to energy improvement calculations.
With SEP Trainer recognition endorsed by the DOE Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, we are able to lead ISO/SEP training events for industrial sites or industrial cohorts with access to all DOE ISO/SEP presentations and instructional materials.
Advanced Energy leads multiple 50001 Ready Cohorts each year, where organizations are offered free training, individual consulting and technical assistance to obtain 50001 Ready recognition. Facilities served by Duke Energy and located in North Carolina are eligible to participate in a Duke Energy sponsored cohort. We also lead federally sponsored DOE cohorts that are open to organizations across the country.
Cohorts are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. The typical cohort has 6 to 10 organizations, and single-site and multisite organizations are welcome. When participating in a cohort, your organization is expected to commit staff and resources to attend the sessions and complete assignments. The cohort program is usually structured as follows:
- Eight webinar sessions
- 1-on-1 calls with each site between webinars for check-ins and assignment review
- Practical application of the 50001 Ready tasks and playbooks
- Assistance with application for 50001 Ready recognition
Please reach out for more information and to sign up to participate: Kitt Butler, Director of Business Development – email@example.com or 919-857-9017
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