Managing energy use in any facility is a team effort, and the 50001 Ready Navigator is here to help!
For users of DOE’s eGuide, you may have noticed that the eGuide was archived last week. DOE is excited to introduce the 50001 Ready Navigator as a new and improved resource for establishing a business culture of continual improvement based on the best practices of the ISO 50001 Energy Management System Standard.
In addition to a major upgrade to its user interface, the 50001 Ready Navigator offers significant enhancements in support of team collaboration, and provides improved support for DOE’s 50001 Ready recognition program and Superior Energy Performance (SEP) certification program. Like the eGuide, access to the Navigator remains completely free and publicly available.
What’s new in the 50001 Ready Navigator?
- New and improved step-by-step guidance for users of all levels of decision-making and technical expertise
- Over 120 improved and updated downloadable resources, including templates, case studies, and sample forms
- Enhanced team notes and activity tracking functionality to facilitate collaboration
- Ability to directly request 50001 Ready recognition for self-attesting to energy management best practices
- Access to the 50001 Ready Help Desk for one-on-one guidance from experts at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
- Modernized and more intuitive user interface
Ready to get started?
- Visit the 50001 Ready Navigator
- Download the Getting Started Guide (PDF)
- Read our Frequently Asked Questions
- More questions? Contact the 50001 Ready Help Desk
Over 350 users representing 200 organizations are already using the Navigator today! We look forward to having you join them.
If you would like additional guidance on transitioning from eGuide to the Navigator, contact us at 50001Ready@lbl.gov. To request access to the eGuide archive, contact the AMO Tools Help Desk.
Visit DOE’s Software Tools page to access energy management and energy system software tools that help manufacturers increase energy efficiency at the plant-level and in specific systems.
The 50001 Ready program is DOE’s recognition program for self-attested implementation of ISO 50001-based energy management business practices. Find out more at energy.gov/50001Ready.
The Superior Energy Performance (SEP) program is DOE’s certification program for verified energy performance improvement from ISO 50001 certification. Find out more at energy.gov/ISOSEP.
More program updates coming in early 2018!