US DOE Case Study Webinar: Medimmune SEP Experience (recording)

Webinar recording available here.

(Taken from email update from the US DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office)

The DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office announces the first in a series of case study webinars to highlight the successes of facilities that have achieved Superior Energy Performance (SEP) program certification.   These facilities have fully implemented the ISO 50001 standard and have been independently verified to have improved their energy performance significantly, with some facilities achieving up to 30% over three years.  This webinar will highlight the success of Medimmune’s Gaithersburg, MD facility that achieved SEP certification in September 2014 and improved their facility energy performance by 8.5% over three years, saving over $1 million annually.  While implementing SEP, Medimmune made a major expansion of a new building, thus changing energy consumption on site. This case study will describe how Medimmune adjusted for the new building’s impact on overall facility energy performance as they achieved SEP certification.

Medimmune are an Enerit customer.

When: Wednesday, June 24, 2-3 PM EDT

Please register for the webinar by clicking here.

Webinar comments:

  1. Participants will be able to post questions in the chat forum and there will be an open Q&A at the end of the presentation.

Webinar will be recorded so that it can be posted on AMO SEP website for future viewing.

To receive the latest updates, news, and events related to SEP, please visit www.energy.gov/isosep and enter your email address on the side bar where it says “Receive SEP Updates”.

The software leads to the automation and implementation of the ISO 50001 standard, and goes beyond completing the standard to allow users to save energy on an on-going basis.
Maurice Ahern , Energy Manager, World’s 1st University to get ISO 50001