Step 5 - Results and Feedback

What?

The final stage in this toolkit is the presentation of results and outcomes to executive management, in order to review progress, approve changes to the energy efficiency program as a whole and suggest additional EEMs (Energy Efficiency Measures) where required.


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Why?

Management review provides an ideal opportunity to demonstrate the effectiveness of implemented projects, and use their success as a way of securing commitment and resources for further energy efficiency improvements. It should also be used as an opportunity to reflect on progress towards the energy vision as a whole, including lessons that can be learned from the process to date.


How?

Output from a management review meeting should include:

  • Revisions (if required) to the organization’s energy vision, policy or strategy documents
  • Changes to energy objectives and targets, and how they are tracked using performance indicators
  • Review and allocation of energy efficiency program funding
  • Approval of any changes to the energy efficiency program and of any key upcoming capital projects requiring top level approval

Depending on the scope of the energy efficiency program it may be appropriate at this stage to expand coverage and to share best practices across the organization’s network. Rewarding excellent performance or where targets have been met, through financial incentives or other forms of recognition is recommended in order to encourage similar thinking, behavior, and local practice in the future.

Link to ISO 50001

The ISO 50001 standard requires review of the entire management system as a holistic entity (including results of management system auditing not included in this toolkit).

What?

The final stage in this toolkit is the presentation of results and outcomes to executive management, in order to review progress, approve changes to the energy efficiency program as a whole and suggest additional EEMs (Energy Efficiency Measures) where required.


Why?

Management review provides an ideal opportunity to demonstrate the effectiveness of implemented projects, and use their success as a way of securing commitment and resources for further energy efficiency improvements. It should also be used as an opportunity to reflect on progress towards the energy vision as a whole, including lessons that can be learned from the process to date.


How?

Output from a management review meeting should include:

  • Revisions (if required) to the organization’s energy vision, policy or strategy documents
  • Changes to energy objectives and targets, and how they are tracked using performance indicators
  • Review and allocation of energy efficiency program funding
  • Approval of any changes to the energy efficiency program and of any key upcoming capital projects requiring top level approval

Depending on the scope of the energy efficiency program it may be appropriate at this stage to expand coverage and to share best practices across the organization’s network. Rewarding excellent performance or where targets have been met, through financial incentives or other forms of recognition is recommended in order to encourage similar thinking, behavior, and local practice in the future.

Link to ISO 50001

The ISO 50001 standard requires review of the entire management system as a holistic entity (including results of management system auditing not included in this toolkit).

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