The Certified Energy Manager® (CEM®) designation is one of the most globally respected in the field of energy management, with professionals from over 100 countries participating in AEE's approved CEM training programs. Register today and take the first step to join a network of professionals that lead in the field. This multi-day program prepares students for the 4-hour CEM exam and covers many facets of energy management. Highly seasoned instructors will present the latest practices, strategies, and theories in an open, interactive environment. In each topic covered, the instructors focus on the most “useful” and “proven” activities that an energy manager should pursue to improve profits.
The CEM program is accredited under ANSI/ISO/IEC 1704 for Personnel Certification Bodies. It is also recognized under the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines and meets the criteria of an energy auditor and one who is qualified to do work under the ASHRAE Standard 211-2018 for Commercial Building Energy Audits. Please see the prerequisite information below.
Learn how to optimize energy use and costs within non-residential buildings
Understand how energy is purchased and then used in various systems (HVAC, Lighting, Motors, Boilers, etc.) throughout a building
Understand a holistic approach to seeing the big picture on optimizing systems to reduce costs, improve profits and increase occupant satisfaction.
Learning Level: Advanced
Prerequisite:Each CEM candidate must meet one of the following criteria and be able to use Algebra: https://www.aeecenter.org/certifications/certifications/certified-energy-manager.
The course covers complex concepts, but is explained so that anyone can learn. The prerequisites to qualify for the certification process have been designed in consideration of the diversity of education and practical experience an individual may have.
CEM exam fee: $400 (payable to the Association of Energy Engineers)
To register: email firstname.lastname@example.org
Earn Continuing Education Units (CEU) and Professional Development Hours (PDH) credits, which can be applied toward training requirements for P.E. license renewal, as well as toward maintaining all AEE professional certifications. This training program provides 3.6 CEUs | 36 PDHs | 7.2 AEE Credits