North American Supply Chain Energy Management Program

North American Supply Chain Energy Management Program

Program Objectives

This program provided training, tools and resources to OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) and their suppliers to implement an ISO 50001-compliant energy management system. The program helped to strengthen internal expertise and create a training model that can be sustainably replicated across an OEM’s supply chain.

For OEMs:

For suppliers:

Training Overview

Tools and resources

Click here for a detailed description of the training.

Program Outcomes

For OEMs 

For suppliers

Learn about our past work and partnerships on energy management 

In 2017, this project succeeded in engaging 18 facilities from 9 companies to complete the first North American Energy Management Pilot Program. Learn about the participants and their achievements here.

What is ISO 50001?

ISO 50001 provides a proven, internationally recognized system for planning, managing, measuring and continually improving energy performance in any organization that uses energy. ISO 50001 is based on the Plan-Do-Check-Act management system model of continual improvement, as used by such other international standards as ISO 9001 and ISO 14001. For more information on ISO 50001, click here.

A growing number of companies and their facilities worldwide have implemented ISO 50001 as a strategic approach for achieving significant cost savings while improving public image and commitment to sustainability. Read these case studies to learn about companies across North America that have certified to the ISO 50001 standard and achieved exceptional improvement in energy performance.

Program Partners

The North American Supply Chain Energy Management Program is a partnership between the Comisión Nacional para el Uso Eficiente de la Energía (National Commission for the Efficient Use of Energy), Natural Resources Canada and the US Department of Energy.