The Hydraulic Institute (HI) and Pump Systems Matter (PSM) will host a free webinar on the ISO 50001 − Energy Management Systems − Requirements with guidance for use Standard. Session participants will be led by Aimee McKane of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
ISO 50001 is a tool to reduce energy intensity and carbon emissions in facilities (as well as those belonging to their customers or suppliers) and to benchmark their achievements. This standard defines effective organizational management of energy resources and performance in accordance to relevant global standards and provides a framework for industrial plants or entire companies to manage all aspects of energy, including procurement and use. The standard provides strategies that will increase energy efficiency, reduce costs, and improve environmental performance. It contains terminology, measurement, and metrics including measuring and reporting on carbon emissions and addresses requirements regarding energy efficiency guidelines for building design and construction.
Advance registration is required for this free webinar. To register for webinar on April 9th visit the HI and PSM Webex platform here.
About the Hydraulic Institute: The Mission of the Hydraulic Institute is to serve the pump industry as a forum for the exchange of information while providing value-added services to member companies and pump users worldwide. This includes the development and delivery of comprehensive industry standards. For more information on the Hydraulic Institute, its member companies and its Standards Partners, visit www.Pumps.org and www.PumpLearning.org.
About Pump Systems Matter: Pump Systems Matter (PSM) is an educational initiative created to assist North American pump users gain a more competitive business advantage through strategic, broad-based energy management and pump system performance optimization. PSM’s mission is to provide the marketplace with tools and collaborative opportunities to integrate pump system performance optimization and efficient energy management practices into normal business operations. For more information on PSM, visit www.PumpSystemsMatter.org.