Learning Networks for Energy Management Systems

Last updated: 26 September 2019
In 2015, with the implementation of the PRONSAGEn (National Programme for Energy Management Systems), the National Commission for the Efficient Use of Energy (CONUEE) established the Learning Networks for Energy Management Systems (RdA-SGEn). The goal of the learning networks (often referred to as Energy Efficiency Networks or EENs) is to promote training and implementation of energy management systems in line with the ISO 50001 standard by providing a platform through which participants are able to support each other by sharing experiences, supported by national and international experts.
Currently, 50 companies are implementing energy management systems through five learning networks in Mexico. Additionally, Mexico has exchanged the programme experiences and lessons with Central American countries like El Salvador, Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The project has already included 30 companies from these countries.
The five learning networks are:


Network for Large Energy Users in Industry with the support of the German International Cooperation Agency (GIZ)


Network for Food and Dairy Industry in cooperation with the Danish Energy Agency (ADE)


Two Newtorks for SMEs with the support of the German Institute of Metrology (PTB)


Network for Buildings of the Federal Public Administration with GIZ

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