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The National Cleaner Production Centre, South Africa (NCPC-SA) and the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) are hosting a series of workshops called ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard - the benefits of certification to your triple bottom line. The workshop will present and discuss the enormous benefits that ISO 50001 Energy Management Standard presents to businesses, as well as how the NCPC-SA  and SABS can support companies wishing to become certified. 


South Africa’s largest energy efficiency initiative, the SA Industrial Energy Efficiency Project, has won the highest international accolade for an energy programme – the International Energy Project of the Year, awarded by the global Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). The award was accepted by national project manager, Alf Hartzenburg of the National Cleaner Production Centre (NCPC-SA) at the AEE International Virtual Awards ceremony on Wednesday, 14 October. AEE members and executives from around the world responded with enthusiastic accolades when the summary of the IEE Project achievements was read by the chairperson of the awards committee.  


When Mustek, South Africa’s largest assembler and distributor of personal computers, integrated an energy management system (EnMS) in 2015/16, the company implemented ten projects at a total capital investment of R148 000. The implementation resulted in monetary savings of R243 000 and electrical energy savings of 243 MWh, which constitutes a 15% reduction. As a company with ISO 9001, 14001 and 2000 certification, Mustek proved the effective it can be to integrate the principles of energy management into already existing business systems. 

In February 2015 Mustek Ltd successfully integrated an ISO50001-aligned Energy Management System (EnMS) into their already existing Business Management System (BMS). They were able to do this by gaining the trust of their employees and involving them in the planning and implementation of the EnMS project. By so doing, Mustek Ltd aligned its innovation processes with those of energy management and conservation.