What does ISO measure

Who measures, measures dung? ISO in the context of ISO 50003, and 50015

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1 Who measures, measures dung? ISO in the context of ISO 50003, and Stuttgart, the Consulting Technology Academy

2 Thomas Schedl - A bit about me 25 years of experience in energy management Studies in electrical engineering / energy technology Process and process optimization, especially supply technology (air conditioning, cooling, heating, lighting, compressed air, CHP, PV.) Lead auditor for the ISO Listed at the BAFA / KfW expert for energy efficiency certificates Over 750 implemented projects in the fields of energy data acquisition, software, ISO 50001/14001 and process optimization approx. 250 planned energy data acquisition systems / load management including implementation support approx. 500 projects in the fields of energy, environmental management and process optimization 20 certification audits according to ISO pro Year 2017 SEMPACT AG 2

3 3 Business Areas Consulting Technology Academy Delta Audits for ISO 50001/14001 Internal Audits for ISO 50001/14001 Introduction of ISO 50001/14001 Certification according to ISO Audits according to DIN EN Energy Purchasing Funding Authorities Services Mobile Measurements Optimization of Energy Processes in Industry / Buildings Compressed Air , Cooling, heating, lighting, RLT own power generation Energy data acquisition and evaluation Manufacturer-neutral and lobby-free Services Energy manager for the industry Internal auditor ISO energy auditor Process and process optimization Public courses In-house training Summer academy Workshops Conferences 2017 SEMPACT AG 3

4 Where we have already been ... an excerpt from 2017 SEMPACT AG 4

5 Content 1. ISO 50000 series of standards 2. ISO ISO ISO key figures define - measurement concept and specifications 2017 SEMPACT AG 5

6 50,000 series of standards ISO energy management system ISO guidelines for EnMS Plan Do ISO energy audit ISO EnB / EnPIs check methodology ISO measurement and verification Act ISO requirements for external auditors EnMS certification process ISO SEMPACT AG 6

7 An overview of the new standards ISO 50003: 2014 Subject: Energy management systems Requirements for bodies that offer audits and certification of energy management systems. Addressee: Mandatory for accredited bodies, indirectly via certification also for companies. ISO 50006: 2014 Subject: Energy management systems Measurement of energetic performance based on the energetic starting basis (EnB) and energy indicators (EnPI.) Addressee: Guidelines for users with methodical approaches and practical examples of energy indicators. Application aid for identifying influencing variables and creating EnPI. ISO 50015: 2014 Subject: Energy management systems Measurement and verification of the energetic performance of organizations / basic principles and guidance. Addressee: User guide for systematic verification measurements of the implemented measures. Creation of measurement and inspection plan SEMPACT AG 7

8 Contents 1. ISO 50000 series of standards 2. ISO ISO ISO key figures define - measurement concept and specifications 2017 SEMPACT AG 8

9 ISO the three most important requirements DIN ISO 50003: 2004 defines requirements for certification organizations Improvement of energy performance: When auditing energy management systems according to ISO, a clear focus on performance improvement is required. Even with initial audits, as well as with support and recertification audits, the continuous improvement of energy performance must be proven as a condition for certification. During the audit by the certification company, the auditor must collect and verify evidence of energy-related performance. Nonconformities that affect the ability of the management system to achieve the intended results (e.g. due to a lack of audit evidence that an improvement in the energy-related performance has been achieved) must be assessed as a deviation by the certification organization. New method for calculating the duration of the audit: The duration of audits for the certification of energy management systems according to ISO will in future be more based on company-specific conditions that influence energy performance. The previously valid calculation specifications of the DAkkS (document 71 SD 6 022) are no longer in force. Qualification of the auditors: Scope classification is based on the energy complexity / technical area, see next slide Certification bodies must take into account that all auditors and certification personnel who are employed for certification for ISO according to the rules of ISO are appointed according to the new system of competencies must, the competence of the auditors must include both technical energy efficiency measures for the respective technical areas and knowledge of the standards ISO 50004, ISO and ISO SEMPACT AG 9

10 sectors according to Dakks 2017 SEMPACT AG 10

11 ISO excerpts NE initial certification - Stage 2 audit During the stage 2 audit, the certification body must collect the necessary audit evidence to determine whether an improvement in energy-related performance has been demonstrated prior to a certification decision. A confirmation of the improvement in the energy-related performance is required for the initial certification to be granted. NE 5.9 Re-certification audit During the re-certification audit, the certification body must review the required audit evidence in order to determine whether or not a continuous improvement of the energy-related performance has been proven before the re-certification decision. The recertification audit must include all significant changes in facilities, equipment, systems or processes. The confirmation of the continuous improvement of the energy-related performance is necessary for the issuance of the re-certification. Without measurements and key figures, an improvement in energetic performance cannot be proven. ISO 50002, ISO 50006, ISO can be used as guidelines 2017 SEMPACT AG 11

12 Contents 1. ISO 50000 series of standards 2. ISO ISO ISO key figures define - measurement concept and specifications 2017 SEMPACT AG 12

13 Reference point of the EnPI (reference period) Current value of the EnPI (reporting period) ISO Relationship between energetic performance, EnPI`s, EnB`s and operational energy targets EnB (energetic starting points) Improvement of the EnPI energy-related performance Energy consumption Energy use Energy efficiency Target achieved Target (operational target) 2017 SEMPACT AG 13

14m³ / year Use of the EnPI`s and EnB`s Define rules for normalization Calculation of improvements Communication Use of the EnPI`s and EnB`s Normalization takes effect from T> 20 C and new machines (enlargement of the machine park) Compressed air monitoring in / h. Maintenance and adjustment of EnPIs and EnBs Maintenance / adjustment of EnPIs / EnBs Measurement of energy values ​​and influencing factors Monthly report and evaluation 2017 SEMPACT AG 14

15 Reference point of the EnPI (reference period) Current value of the EnPI (reporting period) ISO reference and reporting period EnB (energetic starting point) Improvement of the EnPI Energy-related performance Energy consumption Energy use Energy efficiency Target met target (operational target) 2017 SEMPACT AG 15

16 ISO normalization 2017 SEMPACT AG 16

17 ISO monitoring and report 2017 SEMPACT AG 17

18 Contents 1. ISO 50000 series of standards 2. ISO ISO ISO key figures define - measurement concept and specifications 2017 SEMPACT AG 18

19 Measurement and verification of the energetic performance the essential steps How do I measure? Where does the data come from? Recurring target / is comparison How and when? Benchmarking, influencing factors How and when? Reports in, kwh To whom and when? M & V - Plan M & V implementation Create and document M & V plan Collect data Verify energy efficiency measures Perform analyzes Report and document results Recurring inspection, if necessary 2017 SEMPACT AG 19

20 Content 1. ISO 50000 series of standards 2. ISO ISO ISO key figures define - measurement concept and specifications 2017 SEMPACT AG 20

21 System complexity Feed-in External purchase Own generation Consumption behavior Contracts Tariffs Types of energy Quality 21 of 66; 2011

22 Show energy flow Energy audit according to ISO supply technology EV / a kwh Euro / a Share% savings potential Savings potential in electricity in% total lighting, 4% 30% total compressed air, 6% 35% total cooling, 0% 50% production systems electricity incoming goods, 8% - Forging presses, 3% 10% heat treatment, 2% 10% blasting, 3% - MB, 7% 10% MB technology, 0% - toolmaking, 4% - MB new, 2% 10% total, 8% SEMPACT AG 22

23 Representing the flow of energy (Sankey) 2017 SEMPACT AG 23

24 Display energy flow (fence display) Gas heating Administration Production CNC production Injection molding [M] Compressed air, cooling [M] Logistics / warehouse [M] [M] [M] Electricity [M] Relevant areas are defined Key figures must be defined 2017 SEMPACT AG 24

25 key figures for the relevant areas result in the reference quantities of compressed air to be recorded: kwh / m³ at 6 bar compressor outlet pressure measurement of electricity, compressed air volume, pressure and temperature of the intake air. Compressed air: Volume flow m³ / h for leakage monitoring Compressed air volume Cooling generation: kwh th / kwh el = EER depending on the load measurement of electricity, thermal energy (cold water) incl. Flow and return temperature, outside temperature CNC: kwh el / piece measurement of electricity, electr. Consumption for cold, electr. Consumption for compressed air, number of pieces, injection molding production mix: kwh el / piece measurement of electricity, electr. Consumption for cold, electr. Consumption for compressed air, number of pieces, production mix, material use Several key figures including the respective influencing factors Several energetic starting points 2017 SEMPACT AG 25

26 Who has influence and interest in the software solution? Conduct interviews Who works with the software? Who needs what information in what quality and quantity? Controller Maintenance Energy Purchasing Managing Director Who has to provide information? How are my management processes and how can the software support them? Reports Protocols Documents Limit value monitoring Dates 2017 SEMPACT AG 26

27 Procedure for the data to be collected Raw data Energy parameters Evaluation & analysis Results & reports Definition of the required data Data collection and evaluation 2017 SEMPACT AG 27

28 System landscape and energy management What can I use? SAP EAM Asset Asset inventory Quantities via production orders Operating hours for maintenance Yield determination Fibu FM area management BDE machine states (waiting states, tool change,) BMS compressed air MS Office energy costs, readings, load profiles Compressed air quantities, switching times 2017 SEMPACT AG 28

29 Result of the requirement specification for target-oriented energy data acquisition including software Functional description of: Data flow and interfaces Report content Measuring point management Historization of data Evaluations graphically or numerically Limit value monitoring Documentation Scalability System requirements (database, operating system, hosting) 2017 SEMPACT AG 29

30 Software functionality determines the performance of the measurement technology 70% of the costs Measurement and transmission technology Electricity meters, compressed air measurements, cold meters, temperature, pressure, production quantities Software functionality and system environment Evaluations, reports, benchmarks, limit values% of costs 2017 SEMPACT AG 30

31 Summary The 50000 family of standards forces you to a structured and comprehensible determination of key figures, target-oriented measurement of energy, reference values ​​and influencing factors. The development of the energetic performance based on key figures becomes traceable. Several starting points for several key figures are possible and useful. Energy scorecard Creation of a functional specification sheet from the measurement technology to the software solution brings goal-oriented functionality. More time will be needed for the evaluation. Increases in efficiency are really visible as a result kwhτ pieces = 1 Increases in efficiency can be achieved through less use of energy or higher output Optimizations e.g. results from lean management in production become visible SEMPACT AG 31

32 Invitation to exchange experiences up to Landsberg / Lech Contents: Energy law and its effects on corporate strategy (Beiten Burkhardt) EEG 2017 KWK-G 2017, Electricity Market Act, Act on the Digitization of the Energy Transition, Building Energy Act 2017 Practical workshop: Dimensioning of self-generated power plants Legal compliance vs. economic efficiency (SEMPACT ) ISO in connection with ISO and ISO What will the certification body expect from the company? Outlook HLS ISO (GUTcert) Workshop 1: Structure of an energy data acquisition What should be paid attention to? (SEMPACT) Workshop 2: Forming key figures Procedure for the provision of energy-related performance information based on concrete examples (SEMPACT) Digitization of the energy transition Effects on companies (Warin Energie- Consulting) 2017 SEMPACT AG 32

33 More intelligence, less energy! Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Schedl Mobile: SEMPACT AG Kelvinstrasse Landsberg am Lech Fon: Fax: SEMPACT AG 33