• You have been working in the energy management industry for a number of years but would like to obtain a recognised qualification for the energy engineering career path.
  • You are an architect, a built environment, or an engineering graduate, the CEM will open international new doors for you into the fastest growing industry in the world.
  • You need to implement an energy management strategy at your organisation and be able to determine a baseline from where you can implement a variety of energy saving activities from understanding electricity rate structures and economic analysis of alternative investments, to considering insulation, boilers, codes and standards, waste heat, motors, to name but a few.
  • You want to be recognised as a professional who stays up to date on the latest developments in the energy industry by participating in continued energy education that is internationally recognised.
  • You need to find ways of saving energy through reduced fuel costs, electrical use, transport requirements, improved supply chain, water savings, etc.
  • You need to obtain ISO50001 accreditation and implement SABS50010 standards to qualify for financial energy saving incentives.
  • You need to verify energy savings for tax incentive purposes.
  • You need to use standardised methods, protocols and tools to quantify and manage the energy performance risks and benefits for business transactions in water efficiency, energy efficiency, and renewable energy.
  • You need to be recognised as a professional in the specialist area of Measurement and Verification (M&V) and participate in continuous energy education to ensure credible and ethical result reporting.
  • You are planning many energy efficiency and energy saving projects for your organisation as part of an energy management plan and need to ensure the accurate reporting of such savings for triple bottom line reporting.
  • You have been working in the energy management industry or renewable and alternative energy industry for a number of years but would like to obtain a recognised qualification for the energy engineering career path.
  • You are an architect, a built environment, or an engineering graduate, the REP will open international new doors for you into the one of the fastest growing industries in the world.
  • You want to be recognised as a professional who stays up to date on the latest developments in the energy industry by participating in continued energy education that is internationally recognised.
  • You need to find ways of saving energy and providing alternative means of energy through biomass, biofuel, solar, or other renewable and alternative sources.
  • You are not particularly technically strong but have to operate and understand the energy management systems and processes implemented at your organisation, or that your organisation wishes to implement.
  • You want to qualify as a CEM but understand that the standards are challenging and you need some additional preparation to successfully complete these courses.
  • You need to start learning more about energy management and energy saving from a credible trainer.
  • You need to grasp some of the basics in the field of energy management as well as electrical, mechanical and thermal energy.
  • You need to reduce energy costs and improve the energy performance within your organisation and are not sure where to start.
  • You need to raise the energy profile within the corporate culture of your organisation.
  • You are responsible for the energy management system implementation and maintenance within your organisation.
  • You have a mandate to for certification of your organisation to to EN 16001/ISO 50001.
  • You need to understand how the ISO 50001/EN 16001 and SABS 50010 will affect your organisation and why it needs to be implemented.
  • You need determine where in your organisation the energy management standard’s responsibility lies and how to get started.
  • You need to know how the ISO 50001 integrates with ISO 14001 and ISO 9001.