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The Trials, Tribulations, and Triumphs of an ISO 50001 Implementation

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Location: Webinar (EST)


*This webinar offers 0.2 AEE credits for live attendance.

This interactive presentation by Andrew Cooper of SYNERGISE will examine the trials, tribulations, and triumphs of an actual ISO 50001 implementation. During the presentation, you will discover:

• Lessons learned during the implementation of ISO 50001.
• The benefits realized as a result of ISO 50001.
• Why ISO 50001 is an effective decarbonization strategy.

If you are looking to reduce energy costs, reduce GHG emissions, and make tangible progress toward your decarbonization objective, this is one presentation you do not want to miss!

About the Presenter:
Andrew Cooper
is a Strategic Energy Management Consultant with SYNERGISE, which helps organizations achieve their sustainability goals by enhancing energy efficiency, reducing GHG emissions, empowering teams, and positively impacting the communities they serve. In addition to being a CEM and a CMVP, he is a Certified Practitioner in Energy Management Systems. He is also an AEE Fellow, past AEE International Energy Manager of the Year, and the 2023 AEE International Energy Innovator of the Year.

Andrew initiated and led the implementation of ISO 50001 at New Gold’s New Afton mine, a first for a mine in North America. This helped the mine achieve energy savings equivalent to more than 15% of the annual energy use. The mine received several national and international awards for implementing ISO 50001, including a Clean Energy Ministerial Energy Management Award of Excellence.

An energetic, entertaining, and thought-provoking speaker who has received many positive reviews, Andrew has been invited to be a keynote speaker and presenter at events in Canada, the USA, Chile, Argentina, South Africa, and the UK. He has also been invited to be a guest on several podcasts. Andrew also has a monthly “Energy Matters” newsletter on LinkedIn with interesting, informative, and insightful articles on energy and GHG management.

Start Date:

Aug 27, 2024

End Date:

Aug 27, 2024