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A Strategic Energy Management Plan (SEMP) is a document that helps guide all facets of energy management. It helps to provide guidelines for achieving energy reduction targets and provides a three to five-year plan with milestones for achievement. It encompasses policy, targets, project planning, and stakeholder engagement. For serious planners, a SEMP is a comprehensive oversight and energy management optimization plan of resources for all facilities in your school district.

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What does a SEMP include?

A SEMP will include the following tasks:

  • Project Management
    • Develop strategic action plans for improvement
    • Set targets/goals
    • Build teams and engage with leadership ambassadors
    • Assign resources
  • Measure/Benchmark Current Energy Consumption (BEA)*
    • Establish an energy consumption baseline
    • Use to measure all future reductions
    • Develop an energy profile to demonstrate how energy is used among building systems (e.g., Heating, lighting, water, office equipment)
  • Identification of energy use by type, facility, and time
  • Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Emissions Inventory

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Outcome

A SEMP provides a comprehensive oversight and management for optimization of energy resources for all school district facilities

  • Concise definition of the Strategic Energy Management Plan
  • The context of the SEMP: ISO 50,001
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