Register for the launch event ‘Enhance your energy performance with ISO 50001’

Energy management is a critical challenge for companies and organisations everywhere. By improving energy efficiency, you can boost your organisation’s bottom line, while conserving resources and lowering CO2 emissions. The best way to achieve it is with ISO 50001.
 
The new version of the ISO 50001 standard gives an overview of energy management practices considered to be the best, globally. The standard is the result of hard work by energy management experts from over 60 countries around the world. Now you can use that expertise daily to lower your energy consumption, your energy bills and your environmental footprint.

The benefits of an energy management system

By setting up an effective energy management system (EnMS), companies and organisations everywhere can manage their energy use in the best possible way. Such a system involves various aspects, including the design and roll-out of an energy policy, defining targets for energy use and establishing action plans to reach these goals. This can also include implementing energy-efficient technologies to help you reduce energy waste, cut energy costs and more. ISO 50001 offers you a framework to do just that.

Get the full scoop on ISO 50001

To help you achieve optimal energy performance through the power of standards, NBN is organising a launch event ‘Enhance your energy performance with ISO 50001’. This event will be held in Diegem on Tuesday 13 November 2018, from 10:30 – 17:00 hrs. (Registration fee: EUR 350 excl. VAT, including the final publication of the standard NBN EN ISO 50001:2018 in English.)

What’s in it for you?

As a participant, you will: 
  • learn all about ISO 50001 from specialists such as Marco Matteini, Industrial Development Officer at UNIDO, and Bernard Gindroz, Chairman of CEN-CENELEC Sector Forum 'Energy Management':
  • get inspired by best practices from peers like Het Facilitair Bedrijf (the facilities company of the Flemish Government), Port of Antwerp and Lidl, which implemented an energy management system based on ISO 50001;
  • share learnings, ideas and experiences with experts and peers.

Agenda

TimeTopicSpeaker
10:30-11:00Welcome coffee and registration 
11:00-11:05Opening and introductionChairman
11:00-11:30The added value of management standards
Kristof Willems – Event Manager, NBN
Maureen Gillet – Business Developer, NBN
11:30-12:00ISO 50001 – Win the Energy Challenge with the new ISO 50001Marco Matteini – Industrial Development Officer, Energy and Climate Change Branch, UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) & ISO/TC 301 Energy management and energy savings
12:00-12:30How ISO 50001 can make energy management standard practice in a global context to meet European legislationBernard Gindroz – Chairman CEN-CENELEC Sector Forum 'Energy Management' & Chairman ISO/TC 268 Sustainable cities and communities
12:30-13:30Networking lunch 
13:30-14:15Contours and elements of the new ISO 50001:2018 in a PDCA approachMarco Matteini – Industrial Development Officer, Energy and Climate Change Branch, UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) & ISO/TC 301 Energy management and energy savings
14:15-14:45Think globally and act locally with the implementation of an accredited certification for ISO 50001Joep Ottenheim – Senior assessor/ trainer/ verifier, LRQA
14:45-15:10

Customer testimonials/business case
“Smart energy management based on ISO 50001 as a driving force behind the sustainability policy at Het Facilitair Bedrijf”

Tine Moens – Engineer, Het Facilitair Bedrijf, Flemish Government
15:10-15:40Coffee break 
15:40-16:05
Customer testimonial/business case
“The development of a transparent energy management policy using ISO 50001 to leverage sustainability in Port of Antwerp”
Eddy Van Hove – Energy Manager, Port of Antwerp
16:05-16:30

Customer testimonial/business case
“Best practices in retail: adopting an ISO 50001 energy management system within an integrated management system”

Donald De Pourcq – Senior Consultant Energy Management, Lidl Belgium & Luxembourg
16:30-17:00Panel discussionJoep Ottenheim (LRQA), Catherine Huyghelier (BQA), Daniella Segers (Vinçotte), Martin Fry (British Standards Institution & ESTA), Bernard Gindroz (SFEM)
17:00Networking drink 

 

Practical info

  • When? Tuesday 13 November 2018, 10:30 – 17:00 (followed by a networking drink).
  • Where? Holiday Inn Brussels Airport, Holidaystraat 7, 1831 Diegem.
  • Price? EUR 350 (excl. VAT) per participant (including the final publication of the standard NBN EN ISO 50001:2018 in English).
  • Cancelation? In case of a cancellation before 5 November 2018, 10% of the invoiced amount will be due, with a minimum of 50 euros. In case of a cancellation on 5 November 2018 or later, the total amount of the registration will be due.

Registration

More info?

Contact Maureen Gillet via maureen.gillet@nbn.be or call +32 2 738 01 02.