Case Study

US DoD gains energy savings from ISO 50001

The US Department of Defense (DoD) installations represent 284,000 buildings and more than two billion square feet of space, consuming 1% of the total energy expended in the United States. In order to pursue energy resiliency as a priority and seeks cost effective solutions to improve mission assurance, the DoD gained accredited certification to ISO 50001.

As a result, the department gained:

  • Better analytical tools for energy management decisions
  • Standardized and disciplined energy management practices that survive personnel changes
  • Increased awareness and communication regarding energy management performance across the organization
  • Energy cost savings.

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US DoD gains energy savings from ISO 50001


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