Accredited Commercial Energy Manager

Accredited Commercial Energy Manager (ACEM)
This 3½-day workshop provides energy managers with a thorough overview of the many factors that affect commercial energy consumption as well as a foundation for identifying energy-saving investment opportunities. The overall objective of this training is to prepare attendees to perform commercial energy audits and provide energy management services to South Carolina’s commercial sector and State of South Carolina governmental facilities.
Areas of concentration include the commercial thermal envelope, electrical systems, lighting, and HVAC fundamentals as well as energy auditing procedures. Also covered are energy savings calculation methods and simple payback, simple rate of return and net present value calculation procedures. Find out more information about the class and exam.(PDF)
2018 ACEM Course

Location: 120 Saxe Gotha Rd West Columbia, SC 29172

Date: October 16, 2018 - October 19, 2018

Program Overview and Registration Information (PDF)

For more information, contact Stacey Washington via email or by phone at 803-737-0804.

ACEM Graduates: Winter 2017
Amanda Steen Welch, TAG – SC Military Department
Brian Kauer, Clemson University
Jason Bunch, Berkeley School District
Joe Deshon, Clemson University
Justin Shutt, Schneider-Electric
Marionette Denise Tindell-Ware, SCE&G
Mark Campbell, Roche Carolina Inc.
Matthew Holbrooks, Clemson University
Parks Moss, SCE&G
Radu Moldovan, USC-Columbia
Tim Yarborough, Aiken County Public Schools
Wayne Powell, Florence School District 5

Certified Energy Manager
The Certified Energy Manager (CEM®) Program recognizes individuals who have demonstrated high levels of experience, competence, proficiency, and ethical fitness in the energy management profession.
The 6,000 CEM professionals now working in the United States and 22 other countries comprise an elite group in the energy management field. They are recognized by the United States Department of Energy, the Office of Federal Energy Management Programs (FEMP), and the United States Agency for International Development, as well as numerous state energy offices, major utilities, corporations and energy service companies.   

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