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Implementation of an Energy Audit
Many business owners, executives, and managers are happy to spend tens of thousands of dollars on an energy audit of their facility. However, most don’t understand what’s involved, what to expect, and how to assess the recommendations in the audit.
The energy audit becomes a gamble for many organizations that usually doesn’t pay off due to the lack of knowledge – resulting in a 50% chance that no energy-saving recommendations from the audit will be implemented. Our Commissioning, Managing, and Reviewing an Energy Audit remedies that.
Our Commissioning, Managing, and Reviewing an Energy Audit is accredited by ESTA (Energy Services and Technology Association) and completing this course will also earn you 30 CEC (Clean Energy Council) CPD points.
What You’ll Learn
- How to take the risk out of an energy audit
- How to determine if you should undertake an energy audit
- How to scope, commission and budget for an energy audit
- Manage the undertaking of an energy audit
- Review and assess an energy audits findings
- Move ahead with implementation of the energy audit’s recommendations
Commissioning, Managing, and Reviewing an Energy Audit Description
This course is accredited by ESTA (Energy Services and Technology Association). It is ideal for business owners and managers who operate manufacturing plants, facilities, and buildings that consume large amounts of energy to run their operations. The course teaches you how to commission, manage, and review an energy audit.
If you want to take an energy audit to reduce energy use, have been advised to undertake one, or have been given funding for an audit, this course will help you prepare and ensure a successful outcome.
Our Commissioning, Managing, and Reviewing an Energy Audit course aims to turn every energy audit into an investment rather than a gamble.
Your instructor has assisted energy users achieve measured reductions in their energy use of up to 80%. He is an energy auditor who has undertaken energy audits of hundreds of facilities:
- Municipal buildings
- Food manufacturers
- Chemical manufacturers
- Primary producers
CPD / CEU / PDH / CEP / CPC
Continuing Education (CE) or Continuing Professional Development (CPD) refers to additional formal learning activities that are required to maintain a professional certification or accreditation.
CE or CPD comes in many names but represents the same thing. Here are some of them that may be used in your country:
- CPD – Continuing Professional Development
- CEU – Continuing Education Units
- PDH – Professional Development Hours
- CEP – Continuing Education Programs
- CPC – Continuing Professional Competency
Many of our courses provide Continuing Professional Development credits, points, hours, or units. To learn more about Continuing Education and Continuing Professional Development, please read here.
This Course Is Perfect For:
- Business owners
- Government officials managing facilities
- Facility, building, and manufacturing plant managers
- Anyone in the industrial sector tasked to commission an energy audit
- Anyone in the industrial sector tasked to implement the recommendations in an energy audit
As a production manager, facility manager, environmental officer, sustainability manager, finance manager, general manager, or CEO of your business or organization, your time is essential.
This course provides procedures that you can follow to save time while ensuring that you get value from the energy audit. Lessons are to the point and can be applied immediately.
Become an Investment Grade Energy Auditor
If you want to further improve your commissioning, managing and reviewing an energy audit skills, we highly recommend completing our Investment Grade Energy Auditor (IGEA) certification.
By acquiring a IGEA certificate, you’ll be qualified to conduct professional energy audits for corporations, manufacturing plants, buildings, and other establishments in the industrial sector.
This Commissioning, Managing and Reviewing an Energy Audit course is the first part of the IGEA certification program (part one of eight).
Part 1: Undertaking an Energy Audit
Every energy auditor should undertake this course to see the audit from the other side of the fence, thus improving their ability to engage with energy users effectively.
Presents a process that, when followed, results in successful audits being delivered. You can apply this process to deliver an Investment Grade Audit (IGA) / Detailed Feasibility Study (DFS).
This course will teach the fundamental concepts of physics and engineering that energy auditors must know.
This course introduces energy auditors to tools, both essential and nice-to-have, for undertaking energy audits.
Part 2: Energy Using Technologies and Savings Opportunities
Learn the fundamentals of energy-efficient lighting in this course, and save more lighting energy!
Knowing how to minimize HVAC energy use is core knowledge every energy manager, energy auditor, HVAC contractor, or consultant needs.
This course covers both domestic hot water and water use more extensively.
This course covers electric motors, compressed air, refrigeration, and steam, and it provides an introduction to these technologies and energy efficiency opportunities.
If you pass all the assessments in this course, you will be eligible to purchase a Certificate of Competence in Commissioning, Managing, and Reviewing an Energy Audit. The assessment has been prepared by an expert and is based on those key areas which demonstrate competence.