CIPEC and Natural Resources Canada can help your organization cut costs, improve energy efficiency and reduce industrial greenhouse gases.
CIPEC Leaders have access to:
- cost-shared assistance to perform ISO 50001 implementation pilots, energy management projects, process integration studies and/or computational fluid dynamics studies
- recognition through ENERGY STAR® for Industry certification and the ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry
- industry networking opportunities with CIPEC sector task forces
- customized energy management workshops and toolkits
- technical information
- other Leader services
It's quick, easy and free – join CIPEC today and be recognized as an industry leader!
Did you know?
This award-winning voluntary Government of Canada and industry partnership has been helping organizations improve energy efficiency since 1975.
ISO 50001 Assistance
Planning to implement the ISO 50001 energy management systems standard or other energy management projects in your plant? Find information about Energy Efficiency for Industry Financial Assistance or contact the Industrial Programs administrator.
If your organization is seeking a Canadian registrar to certify your plant upon ISO 50001 implementation, a Canadian accreditation program is in place. For more information on the Energy Management Systems Accreditation Program, visit the Standards Council of Canada website.
Global Energy Management Leadership Awards
The Clean Energy Ministerial Energy Management Leadership Awards is an annual global leadership and case study awards program that recognizes those who are transforming their organizations with ISO 50001. Their achievements include finding ways to save energy, reduce costs, and share experiences to inspire others to implement the standard. In June 2017, top winners were honored at the eighth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) in Beijing, China.
The ENERGY STAR name and symbol are administered and promoted in Canada by Natural Resources Canada and are registered in Canada by the United States Environmental Protection Agency.
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