This two-day, six-hour course provides an overview and refresher on energy management and how it can be applied. The unique program incorporates EMA’s commissioning-based approach to energy management and instruction based on the Energy Manager “Job Task Analysis” adopted by the DOE Better Buildings Workforce. This course is optional for EMP Certification candidates and is also open to the public at a discounted rate. Approved candidates may take the EMP exam at one of 1,100 local testing centers.
- Planning Effective Energy Management
- Managing Energy Information (utility, weather, etc.)
- Implementing the Energy Management Program (including ongoing commissioning)
- Managing Budgets and Finances (audits, forecasts and procurement)
- Implementing Energy Efficient Projects (including M&V and evaluation)
- Managing Energy Communications
The EMP Certification is accredited by the American National Standards Institute and recognized by DOE’s Better Buildings Workforce. The EMP qualifies for audits under ASHRAE 211 and is also recognized by utility incentive programs and local energy benchmarking, disclosure and retrocommissioning laws. Attendees of the EMP Seminar will earn 6 AIA LU continuing education credits that are widely applicable for various engineering-related certifications and licenses, including the CxA certification.
Event: Energy Management Professional Certification Virtual Seminar
Sponsor: Energy Management Association
When: Aug. 18-19, 2021 (2 p.m. – 5 p.m. Eastern both days)
Registration Information: Online registration EMA website, Telephone: (202) 737-1334
EMA is a non-profit trade association dedicated to advancing the quality of energy management services for the benefit of the building and facilities management. EMA provides comprehensive training and education for energy management professionals, building owners, and other industry professionals.