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G227
How to Establish an Effective Energy Management Process

Davis M. Woodruff, PE, CMC

This two-hour course presents an 8 step approach for establishing an energy management and energy conservation process. Practical how-to information for determining appropriate monitoring and measurement criteria for an effective energy management process is presented in a logical format for application.

An effective Energy Management Process involves, at a minimum:
  • Top Management commitment
  • An energy policy that is understood and measurable
  • Leadership at all levels of the organization focused on energy use
  • An Energy Management Representative and an energy management team that are functioning effectively
  • Understanding “where we are” with energy use and carbon footprint
  • Understanding the building systems
  • Implementing low cost/no cost common sense energy conservation measures
  • Establishing realistic energy management targets and objectives


  • This course includes a multiple choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.


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