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ISO

ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 50001:2011

CH ANUDEEP
Empt. No: 11537
Agenda
What is Energy Management System (EnMS) ?
Benefits with EnMS
Overview of EnMS
P-D-C-A cycle
Energy Policy
Energy Planning Process
Energy Performance
Energy Planning
Implementation and Operation
Checking
Management Review
What is Energy Management System?

Definition: set of interrelated or interacting elements to establish an energy policy and energy
objectives, and processes and procedures to achieve those objectives
An energy management system helps organizations to better manage their energy use.
It involves developing and implementing an energy policy, setting targets for energy
use and designing action plans to reach them.
This might include implementing new energy-efficient technologies, reducing energy
waste or improving current processes to cut energy costs.

ISO 50001, Energy management systems Requirements with guidance for use, gives organizations a recognized
framework for developing an effective energy management system.
The ISO 50001 family
Since ISO 50001 was first published in 2011, a number of other related standards have been developed to complete ISOs
energy management and energy savings portfolio.
These include :
ISO 50002, Energy audits Requirements with guidance for use
ISO 50003, Energy management systems Requirements for bodies providing audit and certification of energy management
systems
ISO 50004, Energy management systems Guidance for the implementation, maintenance and improvement of an energy
management system
ISO 50006, Energy management systems Measuring energy performance using energy baselines (EnB) and energy
performance indicators (EnPI) General principles and guidance
ISO 50015, Energy management systems Measurement and verification of energy performance of organizations General
principles and guidance
ISO 50047, Energy savings Determination of energy savings in organizations
The ISO 50001 family (continued)
ISO 50047, Energy savings Determination of energy savings in organizations
ISO 17741, General technical rules for measurement, calculation and verification of energy savings of
projects
ISO 17742, Energy efficiency and savings calculation for countries, regions and cities
ISO 17743, Energy savings Definition of a methodological framework applicable to calculation and
reporting on energy savings
ISO/IEC 13273-1, Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources
Common international terminology Part 1 : Energy efficiency
ISO/IEC 13273-2, Energy efficiency and renewable energy sources Common international terminology Part
2 : Renewable energy sources
Benefits With Energy Management System

It is designed to help organization improve its energy performance through making


better use of its energy-consuming assets.

Improved energy performance can provide rapid benefits for an organization by


maximizing its use of energy sources and energy-related assets, reducing both cost and
consumption.

ISO 50001 is used by large and small organizations all over the world. Its benefits can
take many forms. For some, it is about reducing the environmental impact and
enhancing reputation ; for others, the aim is to drive down costs.
Overview of Energy Management System

ISO 50001 provides a set of requirements that enable organizations to :


Develop a policy for more efficient use of energy
Fix targets and objectives to meet that policy
Gather data to better understand and make decisions concerning energy use and
consumption
Measure the results obtained
Review the effectiveness of the policy
Continually improve energy management
P-D-C-A Cycle
Energy Policy

Definition:statement by an organization of its overall intentions and direction of an organization related to its energy performance

The energy policy shall state the organization's commitment to achieving energy performance improvement. Top
management shall define the energy policy and ensure that it:

a) is appropriate to the nature and scale of the organization's energy use and consumption;

b) includes a commitment to continual improvement in energy performance;

c) includes a commitment to ensure the availability of information and of necessary resources to achieve objectives
and targets;

d) includes a commitment to comply with applicable legal requirements and other requirements to which the
organization subscribes related to its energy use, consumption and efficiency;

e) provides the framework for setting and reviewing energy objectives and targets;

f) supports the purchase of energy-efficient products and services, and design for energy performance improvement;

g) is documented and communicated at all levels within the organization;


Nava Bharat Energy Indias Energy Policy
We, at Nava Bharat Energy India Limited, generating power at Paloncha, are committed to achieve excellence in energy conservation in all our
activities.
We will fulfil this commitment through:
Close and continuous monitoring of energy consumption at every point of use
Adoption of energy efficient technologies and continual improvement in our operations and support processes to reduce auxiliary power
consumption
Setting objectives and targets and reviewing actual performance through internal and external audits for continual improvement in energy
efficiency
Ensuring availability of information and resources to achieve the above objectives and targets
Compliance with legal and other requirements applicable to energy use, consumption and efficiency
Creating awareness and imparting training at various levels of management to facilitate identification and implementation of appropriate energy
management methodologies
Considering energy efficiency in procurement of materials and services
Encouraging utilization of renewable energy wherever feasible
Deployment of this energy policy at all levels of the organization and making it available to the stakeholders
Instilling a sense of duty in every employee towards energy conservation and recognizing and rewarding energy conservation initiatives taken by
the employees.
Energy Planning Process
Energy Review: determination of organizations
energy performance data based on data and other
information , leading to identification of
opportunities for improvement
Significant Energy Use: Energy use accounting for
substantial energy consumption and/or offering
considerable potential for energy performance
improvement.
Energy Baseline: quantitative reference providing a
basis for comparison of energy performance.
Energy Performance Indicator: EnPI is quantitative
value or measure of energy performance.
Energy Performance

Energy Use Energy Performance: measurable results


related to energy use, energy consumption
and energy performance.
Energy use: manner or kind of application of
Energy Energy energy.
Intensity Consumption
Energy consumption: quantity of energy
Energy applied.
Performance
Energy efficiency: ratio or other quantitative
relationship between an output of
performance, service, goods or energy, and an
input of energy.
Energy
Other
Efficiency
Energy Planning

Legal and other requirements


Energy review
Energy baseline
Energy performance indicator
Energy objectives, energy targets and energy management action plans
Legal and other requirements

The organization shall identify, implement, and have access to the applicable
legal requirements and other requirements to which the organization subscribes
related to its energy use, consumption and efficiency.

The organization shall determine how these requirements apply to its energy use,
consumption and efficiency and shall ensure that these legal requirements and
other requirements to which it subscribes are considered in establishing,
implementing and maintaining the EnMS.

Legal requirements and other requirements shall be reviewed at defined intervals.


Energy Review
To develop the energy review, the organization shall:
a) analyze energy use and consumption based on measurement and other data, i.e.
identify current energy sources;
evaluate past and present energy use and consumption;
b) based on the analysis of energy use and consumption, identify the areas of significant energy use, i.e.
identify the facilities, equipment, systems, processes and personnel working for, or on behalf of, the
organization that significantly affect energy use and consumption;
identify other relevant variables affecting significant energy uses;
determine the current energy performance of facilities, equipment, systems and processes related to
identified significant energy uses;
estimate future energy use and consumption;
c) identify, prioritize and record opportunities for improving energy performance.
Energy Baseline

Establish an energy baseline(s) using the information in the initial energy review, considering
a data period suitable to the organization's energy use and consumption.
Adjustments to the baseline(s) shall be made in the case of one or more of the following:
EnPIs no longer reflect organizational energy use and consumption, or
there have been major changes to the process, operational patterns, or energy systems,
or
according to a predetermined method.
Energy Performance Indicators

Identify EnPIs appropriate for monitoring and measuring its energy performance.

The methodology for determining and updating the EnPIs shall be recorded and
regularly reviewed.
Energy objectives, energy targets and energy
management action plans

The organization shall establish, implement and maintain documented energy objectives and targets
at the relevant functions, levels, processes or facilities within the organization. Time frames shall be
established for achievement of the objectives and targets.

The objectives and targets shall be consistent with the energy policy. Targets shall be consistent with
the objectives.

When establishing and reviewing objectives and targets, the organization shall take into account legal
requirements and other requirements, significant energy uses and opportunities to improve energy
performance, as identified in the energy review. It shall also consider its financial, operational and
business conditions, technological options and the views of interested parties.
Implementation and Operation

Competence, training and awareness


Communication
Documentation
Operational Control
Design
Procurement of energy services, products, equipment and energy
Competence, training and awareness

The organization shall ensure that any person(s) working for or on its behalf are aware
of:
a) the importance of conformity with the energy policy, procedures and the
requirements of the EnMS;
b) their roles, responsibilities and authorities in achieving the requirements of the
EnMS;
c) the benefits of improved energy performance;
d) the impact, actual or potential, with respect to energy use and consumption, of their
activities and how their activities and behavior contribute to the achievement of
energy objectives and targets, and the potential consequences of departure from
specified procedures.
Operational Control

The organization shall identify and plan those operations and maintenance activities which are
related to its significant energy uses and that are consistent with its energy policy,
objectives, targets and action plans, in order to ensure that they are carried out under
specified conditions, by means of the following:
a) establishing and setting criteria for the effective operation and maintenance of significant
energy uses, where their absence could lead to a significant deviation from effective
energy performance;
b) operating and maintaining facilities, processes, systems and equipment, in accordance
with operational criteria;
c) appropriate communication of the operational controls to personnel working for, or on
behalf of, the organization.
Procurement of energy services, products,
equipment and energy

When procuring energy services, products and equipment that have, or can have, an
impact on significant energy use, the organization shall inform suppliers that procurement is
partly evaluated on the basis of energy performance.

The organization shall establish and implement the criteria for assessing energy use,
consumption and efficiency over the planned or expected operating lifetime when procuring
energy using products, equipment and services which are expected to have a significant
impact on the organization's energy performance.
Checking

Monitoring, measurement and analysis


Evaluation of compliance with legal requirements and other requirements
Internal audit of the EnMS
Nonconformities, correction, corrective action and preventive action
Control of records
Monitoring, measurement and analysis

The organization shall ensure that the key characteristics of its operations that determine
energy performance are monitored, measured and analyzed at planned intervals. Key
characteristics shall include at a minimum:

a) significant energy uses and other outputs of the energy review;

b) the relevant variables related to significant energy uses;

c) EnPIs;

d) the effectiveness of the action plans in achieving objectives and targets;

e) evaluation of actual versus expected energy consumption.


Management Review

Input to management review


Output from management review
Input to management review

Inputs to the management review shall include:


a) follow-up actions from previous management reviews;
b) review of the energy policy;
c) review of energy performance and related EnPIs;
d) results of the evaluation of compliance with legal requirements and changes in legal requirements
and other requirements to which the organization subscribes;
e) the extent to which the energy objectives and targets have been met;
f) EnMS audit results;
g) the status of corrective actions and preventive actions;
h) projected energy performance for the following period;
i) recommendations for improvement.
Output from management review

Outputs from the management review shall include any decisions or actions related to:
a) changes in the energy performance of the organization;
b) changes to the energy policy;
c) changes to the EnPIs;
d) changes to objectives, targets or other elements of the EnMS, consistent with the
organization's commitment to continual improvement;
e) changes to allocation of resources.
Implementation of EnMS in
Nava Bharat Energy India Limited
Energy Planning
Energy Review was conducted by dividing the unit into 7 boundaries
Turbine
Boiler
Cooling and Makeup water pump house
Compressed air system
ESP
Coal Handling System
Ash Handling System
Following the criteria in EnMSP, 15 Significant Energy Uses were shortlisted.
Baselines were prepared from the past data.
Energy Performance Indicators were established.
Relevant variables affecting Energy consumption were listed against each SEU.
Objectives were established and action plans were made to achieve those objectives.
BOUNDARY SIGNIFICANT ENERGY USE EnPI
ID FANS kWh/MWh
PA FANS kWh/MWh
BOILER SA FANS kWh/MWh
J SEAL BLOWERS kWh/MWh
BOILER ITSELF %
BOILER FEED PUMPS kWh/MWh
TURBINE CEP kWh/MWh
TURBINE Kcal/kWh
CW PUMPS kWh/Day
CW & MW PUMP HOUSE ACW PUMPS kWh/Day
CT FANS kWh/Day
COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM MAIN AIR COMPRESSORS kWh/Day
ASH HANDLING SYSTEM COMPLETE ASH HANDLING SYSTEM kWh/MT
COAL HANDLING PLANT COMPLETE COAL HANDLING SYSTEM kWh/MT
ELECTRO STATIC PRECIPITATOR COMPLETE ESP kWh/Day
Implementation and Operation

SOPs/Work instructions were prepared for efficient running of unit


Energy Performance is being considered in procurement of
equipment.
Checking

Daily Energy Performance Tracking Sheet is prepared for continuous monitoring of Energy
consumption.
Monthly review meetings were being conducted for assessing the deviations and benefits
from the monthly unit performance.
Legal requirements were being reviewed wherever they are applicable.