The birth place of numerous Nissan road vehicles from the Frontier to the LEAF recently received two very prestigious energy certifications. By improving its overall performance by seven percent within the past three years, the Smyrna, Tennessee manufacturing facility has been named ISO 50001 and Superior Energy Performance (SEP) certified. Both the American National Standards Institute and National Accreditation Board approved the accolades which have placed the plant at the top of the energy management list for U.S. manufacturing.
“Nissan is proud to have certified our Smyrna plant to the new international standard for energy management and to superior energy performance,” said Bill Krueger, Vice Chairman of Nissan Americas. Established within the past few years, the International Organization for Standardization’s (ISO) 50001 certification is one of the highest rated energy frameworks created. With the awards, the Smyrna facility has put Nissan on target to be a standard to follow for flawless energy usage in the art of manufacturing.
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