Becoming 50001 Ready
Guest Speaker: Pete Langlois | Program Manager | U.S. Department of Energy | Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy | Advanced Manufacturing Office
A new year brings a fresh start and the opportunity to set and reach new targets and goals. Leaders are continually looking for ways to improve energy performance at their companies. Implementing a continuous improvement process around energy management allows companies the ability to better plan and focus their resources to meet those goals. It provides a framework for companies that want to scale up efforts once they’ve picked off the “low hanging fruit” in their organizations.
Join us January 18th for a discussion on how to start implementing such an energy management system using the DOE’s 50001 Ready recognition program. This program provides an accessible, self-attestation approach to implementing an energy management system using the structure of ISO 50001. Through the DOE’s free program, participants receive thorough system management guidance, identify and troubleshoot barriers, share lessons learned and continue to fuel their continuous improvement culture, while ultimately proceeding towards ISO certification if they wish.
Get an early jump on your energy savings goals in 2018 and participate in this MAPI and DOE partner webinar to learn more about how your company can become 50001 Ready in the new year.
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Pete Langlois is a Program Manager with the US Department of Energy's Advanced Manufacturing Office in Washington DC. Pete is leading the DOE's “50001 Ready” program, which provides tools and conveys recognition to assist all types of organizations in implementing an energy management system and culture.
Prior to joining the DOE in 2016, Pete spent the previous two decades supporting various manufacturing industries as an engineer, journalist, forecast analyst, strategy consultant and sustainability specialist, primarily with the global accounting firm Ernst & Young.
Pete is a LEED Accredited Professional, and has a BS in Aerospace Engineering from Purdue University and a MS in Business from The Johns Hopkins University.