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Energy Management System-ISO 50001

ISO 50001 is based on the management system model of continual improvement also used for other well-known standards such as ISO 9001 or ISO 14001. This makes it easier for organizations to integrate energy management into their overall efforts to improve quality and environmental management.

ISO 50001:2011 provides a framework of requirements for organizations to develop a policy for more efficient use, fix targets and objectives to meet the policy, use data to better understand and make decisions about energy use, measure results , review how well the policy works and continually improve energy management.

This section contains the detailed case studies adopted by leading industries who have implemented energy management system.

Resource Name: JK Lakshmi Cement Limited-ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: Implementation of ISO 50001 has benefitted JK Lakshmi Cement Limited, in achieving total energy cost saving of Rs. 903 million, with an investment of Rs. 2832 million and an average payback period of 38 months, increased generation of green energy, through WHRS (Waste Heat Recovery System), 7.56 to 90.62 Million units/annum and CO2 reduction, from 915 kg CO2/tonne of clinker to 891 kg CO2/tonne of clinker.

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 6, Special Edition- EnMS 2016

Resource: Case Study on experiences and learning by implementing ISO 50001-JK Lakshmi Cement Limited

Resource Name: Raymond Limited, Jalgaon Unit-ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: Implementation of ISO 50001 has benefitted Raymond Limited, Jalgaon Unit, in monitoring of specific energy consumption of each department, monitoring of plant’s monthly power consumption, monitoring of efficiency and machine utilization, measuring power consumption using energy meters installed in each area and recording daily production.

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 6, Special Edition- EnMS 2016

Resource: Case Study on experiences and learning by implementing ISO 50001-Raymond Limited, Jalgaon Unit

Resource Name: Raymond Limited, Chhindwara Unit-ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: Implementation of ISO 50001 has benefitted Raymond Limited, Chhindwara Unit, in developing a suitable system / method for timely data collection and measurements of energy consumption within the plant’s boundary and a well-documented EnMS manual with all necessary procedures and action plans made it a lot easier to share the energy management responsibilities amongst the team members and enhanced the commitment of the Top management.

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 6, Special Edition- EnMS 2016

Resource: Case Study on experiences and learning by implementing ISO 50001-Raymond Limited, Chhindwara Unit

Resource Name: Shree Cement Limited-ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: Implementation of ISO 50001 has benefitted Shree Cement Limited in bringing out a lot of operational and maintenance changes  as well as implementing newer technologies viz. installation and commissioning of secondary crusher to enhance raw mill’s output cost benefits, enlargement of kiln inlet riser duct orifice cross section, installation of coalmill rejects recirculation system, Installation of high efficiency K-turbo
blower for jet air in kiln burner, Installation of high efficiency IE-3 type motors, which resulted in annual energy cost savings of  Rs 40.84 crores (for the FY 14-15)

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 6, Special Edition- EnMS 2016

Resource: Case Study on experiences and learning by implementing ISO 50001-Shree Cement Limited

Resource Name: Vedanta Limited, Jharsuguda-ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: For Vedanta Limited, ISO 50001 helped the organization to develop a cohesive Energy Management team and Energy Cell, Small Group Activities (SGA) given more importance, Top management awareness, involvement and commitment increased,  Energy Baseline study was conducted in scientific manner, Performance monitoring was done through EnPIs (Energy Performance Indicators) and  EnMS topics were included in induction training of new employees.

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 6, Special Edition- EnMS 2016

Resource: Case Study on experiences and learnings by implementing ISO 50001-Vedanta Limited

Resource Name: Indian Rayon (A Unit of Aditya Birla Nuvo Ltd.) Veraval, Gujarat -ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: For Indian Rayon, ISO 50001 improved understanding within the team, encouraged focus on micro level projects which could enhance productivity, improvements in monitoring and measurement by involvement of the team and helped to achieve PAT Targets

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 5, April 2016

Resource: Case Study on experiences and learnings by implementing ISO 50001-Indian Rayon

Resource Name: Implementation of Energy Management System ISO 50001, at Captive Power Plant, National Aluminium Company Limited, Angul, Odisha

Abstract: The scope of the energy management system was identified which included the “Operation of 10 X 120 MW coal fired thermal power plant at NALCO captive power plant, Angul”.The coal transportation from MCL to the captive power plant is not within the boundary of ISO 50001 as NALCO does not have operational control over this activity. Various processes were identified and exhaustive energy review was carried out in all the processes by taking energy loss aspects into consideration. The certificate on ISO-50001:2011 was issued by M/S DNV Netherlands on 11 February-2013

Published by: Presentation by Mr. Arpan Ghosh, DGM (Elect), at the workshop on “Best Practices in Energy Efficiency in Thermal Power Sector” on 28th October, 2015 at Dahanu, Maharastra

Resource: Presentation on benefits of implementing ISO 50001 at NALCO, CPP Plant, Angul

Resource Name: Implementation of ISO 50001, Energy Management System at Ballarpur Industries Limited, Shree Gopal Unit

Abstract: Implementation of the Energy Management System, which began in the organization in May 2012, was made easier by the fact that 2012 other management systems, QMS, EMS, OHSAS and FSC, had already been established there for some time. The CGM and Unit Head initiated the process of implementing ISO 50001; a consultant, Quality Growth Services (QGS), from New Delhi was hired to train mill employees and contractors through programs.

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 3, September, 2015

Resource: Case Study on benefits of implementing ISO 50001 at Ballarpur Industries Limited, Shree Gopal Unit

Resource Name: Introduction to ISO 50001 and its implementation at National Aluminium Company Limited, Semlter plant,  Angul

Abstract: Prior to establishing an Energy Management System, it was essential to gather background data on energy usage and consumption so that baselines can be determined. Background data was extracted from meter readings records and fuel issue records and then the scope and boundaries were established. Transportation of products from Smelter plant to stockyards or customers by railway rakes or trucks on road is excluded from the scope of EnMS at Smelter as Smelter management does not have operational control over the same.

Published by: Presented by Mr. S.K. Jena, AGM (Mech) at the workshop on “Best Practices in Energy Efficiency in Aluminium Sector” on 24th April, 2015 at Jharsuguda, Odisha.

Resource: Case Study on benefits of implementing ISO 50001 at NALCO, Smelter Plant

 

Resource Name: ACC’s Energy Management System-ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: ACC started the journey towards implementing ISO 50001 in 2012, and at present, most of ACC plants are ISO 50001 certified. ACC plants were among those from the cement industry that led the initiative to implement ISO 50001. With systems and processes in place, and much experience with ISO 9000 and ISO 14000 systems, it was rather simple to implement ISO 50001, and percolated smoothly through the organization; benefits were also reaped quickly.

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 1, February, 2015

Resource: Case Study on benefits reaped by ACC by implementing ISO 50001

Resource Name: UltraTech’s Energy Management System-ISO 50001 Journey

Abstract: For UltraTech, ISO 50001 provided a platform to develop and implement an energy policy, establish objectives, targets and action plans, which take into account legal requirements and information related to significant energy use. The exercise had multiple benefits, the most significant being a change in the approach of all employees towards energy management. It also improved the carbon footprint of the organization.

Published by: KEP Newsletter Issue 1, February, 2015

Resource: Case Study on experiences and learnings by implementing ISO 50001-UltraTech Cement Limited