Ogden ALC achieves ISO 50001 recertification

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The Ogden Air Logistics Complex, a critical hub for the Air Force’s maintenance, repair, overhaul, and sustainment operations, announced this week it has achieved recertification of ISO 50001, the international standard for applying organizational best practices in energy management.

Compliance with these standards demonstrates the Air Force’s continued commitment to implementing energy-efficient technologies and practices while decreasing energy consumption, reducing its carbon footprint, and minimizing waste.

The Ogden ALC earned its initial certification in 2019 and became only the second U.S. government organization to receive the certification. The certification process involved rigorous audits, assessments, and continuous improvement efforts.

Being recertified to ISO 50001 not only underscores the Ogden ALC's dedication to sustainable practices but highlights the broader objectives of the Air Force to enhance energy security and energy resiliency. It also showcases the organization’s proactive approach to addressing the global energy challenge, while setting an example for other military installations and organizations worldwide.

As the Air Force continues its efforts to achieve energy resilience and meet its sustainability goals, the Ogden ALC's ISO 50001 certification serves as a testament to the power of collaboration, innovation, and a shared commitment to supporting the warfighter with energy efficient and cost-effective operations.