Energy performance indicators in practice
EnPI-Connect: BMU honors energy-efficient companies
During the Berlin Energy Days, the BMU presented awards to Daimler Berlin, Stockmeyer and City Clean for their commitment to climate protection. They successfully introduced energy indicators in a practical test.
Rita Schwarzelühr-Sutter, Parliamentary State Secretary at the Federal Environment Ministry, presented awards to Daimler Berlin, Stockmeyer and City Clean for their commitment to climate protection at the Berlin Energy Days. The companies used the new “EnPI-Connect” method, which ÖKOTEC developed with the support of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, to scrutinize their energy consumption in order to be able to implement targeted energy efficiency measures in the company in the future. As part of a practical test, they successfully introduced energy indicators that make energy use in the production process measurable.
The method for the introduction of energy performance indicators EnPI-Connect was developed by the company ÖKOTEC and in a further step subjected to a practical test together with the German Business Initiative Energy Efficiency (DENEFF), Fraunhofer ISI and the participating companies.
Dr. Christoph Zschocke, Managing Director of ÖKOTEC expressed his satisfaction with the project results:
Claire Range, manager of energy efficiency in industry at DENEFF, adds:
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Image: © DENEFF, v.l.n.r.: Eike Christiansen (BMU), Dr. Christoph Zschocke (ÖKOTEC), Rita Schwarzelühr-Sutter (BMU), Martin Bornholdt (DENEFF), Christian Noll (DENEFF).