Nine SEP certified facilities have saved an average of 10% of energy costs within 18 months of implementing SEP.
Buffalo Grove, IL (PRWEB) March 27, 2014
UL DQS, one of the leading certification bodies for Environmental Management Systems in the world, is offering a free webinar on Achieving Superior Energy Performance® (SEP)”. The one-hour event is set for 1:00 p.m. CDT on Weds., Apr. 2, 2014.
The featured speaker is Paul Scheihing, Technology Manager, Advanced Manufacturing Office Technical Assistance team, U.S. Department of Energy. A Q&A session with Paul and UL DQS Sustainability Director, Don Macdonald, will follow the presentation.
SEP, administered by the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Manufacturing Office, is a certification program designed to increase the energy efficiency of industrial facilities through implementation of an energy management system based on the ISO 50001 standard and by obtaining third-party verification of the resulting energy performance improvements.
Nine SEP certified facilities have saved an average of 10% of energy costs within 18 months of implementing SEP and have realized $87,000 to $984,000 in annual savings from no-cost or low-cost operational measures.
To register or learn more about this webinar please visit Achieving SEP Registration.
For more information on certification programs and education provided by UL DQS Inc., please visit: http://www.ul-dqsusa.com/.
About UL DQS
With 45,000 certified locations in more than 100 countries UL DQS belongs to the top group of international management certification bodies. The DQS-UL Group is involved with lasting success of companies by sustained assessments of management systems and business processes. The services focus on improved business processes related to quality, environmental, energy, occupational safety, risk, information security, and business excellence in all major industry sectors. As a certification partner, UL DQS strives to provide quality service and value to clients in order for them to realize the maximum benefits from a certificate bearing the UL and DQS names.