Significant users of energy in the Sarnia-Lambton region will almost certainly want to attend an upcoming half-day seminar outlining details on a federal grants program offering partial reimbursement of costs related to achieving an International Energy Management Systems standard.
The no-cost seminar will take place on Monday, February 25 at the Best Western Guildwood Inn, beginning at 8 a.m.
Jim Moran, president of Simplify ISO, is working with representatives of Natural Resources Canada to present information on financial assistance for energy management projects.
There will also be representatives of registrars who will help explain the process of achieving the ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems standard.
Simplify ISO is sponsoring this event, which is being offered to Chamber of Commerce members.
The ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems Standard is an internationally recognized voluntary standard that gives organizations a structured framework to manage energy.
Organizations that have implemented ISO 50001 have reduced energy costs and increased competitiveness while minimizing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and other environmental impacts. According to Natural Resources Canada, industrial companies that have implemented ISO 50001 have achieved an average cumulative energy performance improvement of nearly 10% within the first two years, resulting in up to $2 million in annual energy cost savings for large Canadian companies.
Members interested in knowing more about this seminar can REGISTER (the event is FREE) to indicate their interest. Attendees coming from outside the area should indicate to the staff at the Best Western Guildwood they are attending the February 25 seminar for a special rate.