LG Display announces first-grade certificate of Factory Energy Management System

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Display manufacturer LG Display has been awarded a first-grade certificate in the Korea Energy Agency's Factory Energy Management System (FEMS) review, Business Korea reports.
FEMS is a factory energy control, management and operating system that optimises the use and management of energy for production activities. The FEMS certification system was introduced in 2015, and from this year the Korea Energy Agency is certifying companies via a grading system.
The South Korean company's Paju plant filed for a review for certification in March and received at least 90 points in the evaluation of each of 11 items. According to the company, the plant achieved the highest-ever score since the introduction of the certification system.
In particular, LG Electronics was praised for maximising productivity and improving energy efficiency by building the Plant Energy Environment Management System (PEMS), a real-time monitoring system that can show the status of production, transportation and use of all energy in the plant at a glance.
LG Display also plans to apply for FEMS certification of its Gumi plant this year. This certificate will be used as evidence for future applications for energy audit exemption and tax deduction, amongst other things.
Additionally, LG Display is running energy and environmental management systems for its Paju and Gumi plants, by building the systems and acquiring ISO international standards for energy and environmental management.
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