Pre-Event WS: Using 50001 Ready to Meet Your Decarbonization Goals  

Education Type: 
Live On-Site
2 hours
8:00AM - 10:00AM (ET)

Pittsburgh, PA

0.3 CEU
Sponsored by: 

DOE Federal Energy Management Program - FEMP

DOE's 50001 Ready program is a self-guided approach for facilities to establish an energy management system and self-attest to the structure of ISO 50001. The 50001 Ready program offers a self-paced approach, guidance to identify and analyze facility-wide energy use and develop action plans around energy performance improvements, and DOE recognition for U.S. facilities that self-attest to the completion of the 50001 Ready Navigator. This workshop introduces key 50001-based energy management systems concepts.


Mike Stowe, Senior Energy Engineer, Advanced Energy  

Mike Stowe is a senior energy engineer on Advanced Energy's energy engineering team and focuses on process heating and energy efficiency in manufacturing plants. He has significant experience in the manufacturing industry serving in various roles as design engineer, production manager, plant engineer, and facilities engineer over the past 27 years. Mike has extensive experience with heat treating, induction hardening, brazing, die casting, plastic injection molding, machining, and all types of plant facility and infrastructure systems. He works with utilities, process heating equipment vendors, and manufacturing plants to find the best technical and energy-efficient solutions for industrial processes. Mike has several professional certifications and is an active member of several industry societies.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, attendees will be able to:

  • Identify the elements of the 50001 Ready Program;
  • Recognize components of ISO 50001;
  • Identify how to find more information on and how to get help from the 50001 Ready Program.