50001 Ready Recognized Facilities

50001 Ready Recognized Facilities

The U.S. Department of Energy recognizes facilities and organizations that practice ISO 50001-based energy management. Showcase Projects highlight insights, experiences, and successes shared by partners.

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ArcelorMittal USA
Cleveland, Ohio: 50001 Ready Facility, March 2018
Better Plants Partner

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Charter Steel
Saukville, Wisconsin: 50001 Ready Facility, August 2017
Better Plants Partner

Charter Steel’s Saukville headquarters became both the first industrial plant and Better Plants partner site in the US to achieve the 50001 Ready designation.

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Comau LLC
Novi, Michigan: 50001 Ready Facility, September 2017
Better Plants Partner

Comau's Novi, MI facility was recognized by DOE as the first facility under a corporate ISO 50001 certification to achieve 50001 Ready.

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Four Seasons Produce, Inc.
Ephrata, Pennsylvania: 50001 Ready Facility, June 2017

Four Seasons Produce, Inc., was recognized by DOE as the first U.S. 50001 Ready facility by implementing a continuous improvement-based energy management system at its 266,000-square foot fruit and vegetable refrigerated warehouse facility in Ephrata, Pennsylvania.

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Nissan North America
Smyrna, TN: 50001 Ready Facility, February 2018
Canton, MS: 50001 Ready Facility, February 2018
Decherd, TN: 50001 Ready Facility, February 2018
Better Plants Partner, Better Buildings Challenge Partner

Nissan North America leverages 50001 Ready at its three US-based facilities to train new staff and to help suppliers establish a cost-effective energy management system to expand savings.

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    Is your facility ready for its designation? Get recognized today!