Case Study
Chrysler saves over $2m with accredited certification (ISO 50001)


Chrysler, the US car manufacturer, achieved accredited certification to ISO 50001 at its Brampton assembly plant in Canada. The driver for certification was to improve environmental performance and to cut energy costs.

The plant has achieved savings of over $2 million, including $110,000 in annual electricity costs through lighting control systems, and almost $2 million annually in electricity and natural gas costs with an automated heating and ventilation management system and scheduler.

Further information is available in this factsheet on the Clean Energy Ministerial website.


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