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EMA Becomes Supporting Organization of Energy 2016 Symposium
Will Conduct EMP Seminar & Exam, Exhibit, Present Workshop at Birmingham Event
(Washington, DC, June 14, 2016) – The Energy Management Association announced that it has become a
Supporting Organization of The Energy 2016 Symposium Seminar & Training Event. The Symposium takes place Nov. 7-10 in Birmingham, AL.
The Energy 2016 Symposium is designed for federal and private sector facility managers and others to satisfy training and continuing education requirements mandated by federal statutes, regulations and executive orders. EMA’s involvement in the Symposium includes conducting an Energy Management Professional (EMP) seminar & exam, providing a workshop on energy retrofits in the education sector, facilitating EMA members to provide workshops in topics such as high volume hot water consumption, and exhibiting in the Symposium’s Expo Hall.
The EMP is an energy management certification program created and administered by EMA. It provides a complete framework for a commissioning-based energy management process that achieves maximum energy efficiency and optimum building performance. The instructor for the seminar is EMA President Andy Heitman, CxA, EMP, LEED AP, and the owner of Building Energy Sciences, LLC. The EMP Seminar & Exam will take place Nov. 9-10 and registration for both the EMP Program and Symposium is available on the EMA website.
EMA is a new and innovative association that is dedicated to advancing the quality of energy management products and services for the benefit of the building owner. The program includes the recently published Energy Management Guideline, training, and certification for Energy Management Professionals. EMPs are individuals who have demonstrated the requisite knowledge and experience of the energy management process and are committed to serve as advocates of the building owner.
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