The EMA represents energy management professionals on an individual (ie: non-corporate) basis.  Currently, membership is split into four-levels:

Membership levels and benefits

Members Individuals who work, or have worked, in energy, carbon, environment or sustainability management for not less than two year. They manage, develop and implement energy management policies and plans that support their organisational objectives. Typical job titles include (but are not restricted to) Energy Managers, Sustainability Managers, Facilities Managers, Building Engineers and Members of the Estates team.

Membership Benefits for Members:

Raise your profile
Professional membership is a badge of your credibility.

  • It is a mark of your professionalism and commitment to best practice.
  • It inspires confidence in employers, clients and peers.
  • It enhances your career prospects and earning potential.
  • It allows you to use an EMA Member logo in your email footer.

Professional Development

  • Opportunity for your professional development at every stage of your career with the EMA Stage 3 training programme
  • EMA Professional Development Programme – showing you core areas that competent and skilled energy management practitioners should fulfil and have knowledge of.
  • EMA CPD Events – helpful peer to peer advice and best practice exchange members’ meetings, workshops and annual conference.

Most EMA members are energy management practising professionals or are working towards their energy management professional recognition. Individuals can become EMA recognised energy managers by up-skilling or re-skilling with the EMA or by undertaking a Gap Analysis interview.

Develop your Knowledge

  • Monthly newsletters
  • Practical resources – Energy Managers’ Guides
  • EMA magazine and website.

Expand your Network
As part of a wider community of 5000+ professionals in the UK, Ireland and internationally, you can take part in these networking opportunities.

  • Meet members at events organised by the EMA (UK only).
  • Learn and share ideas by attending EMA members’ meetings, working groups, workshops and conferences
  • Connect online through the EMA LinkedIn group and other social media channels.

 

Fellows – Members can become Fellows. EMA Fellows are individuals who typically lead energy management team and the development of energy and/or energy consumption strategy to drive energy efficient and progressive business performance.

EMA Members who are deemed to have made a significant contribution to the industry can apply for Fellowship by emailing Edita Krupova with details of their request. All requests will be submitted to the Fellowship Committee who will make an anonymous vote each month. Fellowship applications should include a full CV and an application letter.

Membership Benefits for Fellows:

Raise your profile
Professional fellowship is a badge of your credibility.

  • It is a mark of your professionalism and commitment to best practice.
  • It highlights your in-depth professional knowledge and skills
  • It adds a public recognition to your achievements within and contribution to the industry
  • It inspires confidence in employers, clients and peers.
  • It enhances your career prospects and earning potential.
  • It allows you to use an EMA Fellow logo in your email footer.
  • It may lead to an opportunity to act as a mentor for EMA membership

Professional Development

  • Opportunity for your professional development at every stage of your career with the EMA Stage 3 and Stage 4 training programme
  • EMA Professional Development Programme – showing you core areas that competent and skilled energy management practitioners should fulfil and have knowledge of.
  • EMA CPD Events – helpful peer to peer advice and best practice exchange members’ meetings, workshops and annual conference.

Develop your Knowledge

  • Monthly newsletters
  • Practical resources – Energy Managers’ Guides
  • EMA magazine and website.

Expand your Network
As part of a wider community of 5000+ professionals in the UK, Ireland and internationally, you can take part in these networking opportunities.

  • Meet Members and Fellows at events organised by the EMA (UK only).
  • Learn and share ideas by attending EMA members’ meetings, working groups, workshops and conferences
  • Connect online through the EMA LinkedIn group and other social media channels.

 

Associates – Individuals who are re-skilling from different roles to become energy managers, those training to become energy managers and those typically providing professional advice on consultancy basis to energy managers across the businesses.

Membership Benefits for Associates:

Professional development

  • Opportunity for your professional development through re-skilling as energy manager with the EMA Stage 2 and Stage 3 training programme
  • EMA Professional Development Programme – showing you core areas that competent and skilled energy management practitioners should fulfil and have knowledge of.

Develop your knowledge

  • Quarterly newsletters
  • Practical resources – Energy Managers’ Guides
  • EMA  magazine and website
  • EMA CPD annual conference – EMEX

Expand your network
As part of a wider community of 5000+ professionals in the UK, Ireland and internationally, you can take part in these networking opportunities.

  • Learn and share ideas by attending EMA workshops and conferences

 

Affiliates – are individuals not eligible for Full or Associate membership. Affiliates have a link to the energy management sector through a variety of channels: marketing, sales, business development, finance, etc. It is a great way to learn about the energy management sector, the EMA and access some of our exclusive member benefits straightaway.

Membership Benefits for Affiliates:

Professional development

  • Opportunity for your professional development through re-skilling as energy manager with the EMA Stage 2 and Stage 3 training programme
  • EMA Professional Development Programme – showing you core areas that competent and skilled energy management practitioners should fulfil and have knowledge of.

Develop your knowledge

  • Quarterly newsletters
  • Practical resources – Energy Managers’ Guides
  • EMA  magazine and website
  • EMA CPD annual conference – EMEX

Expand your network
As part of a wider community of 5000+ professionals in the UK, Ireland and internationally, you can take part in these networking opportunities.

  • Learn and share ideas by attending EMA workshops and conferences

All levels of the EMA Membership are free of charge.

Membership of the EMA can be achieved through the following two routes:

  1. Individuals can be invited to join, although they may be asked, before their Membership being confirmed, to show that they ema0471have the requisite, experience or expertise to be assessed by the EMA.
  2. Individuals can apply to join the EMA by contacting Edita Krupova.  Applicants will be asked to fill in a short membership form and provide a CV demonstrating relevant energy management expertise and knowledge.

 

Who Can Join?

EMA Membership is open to all but only those who work or have worked in the field of energy and carbon management will be entitMV Breakoutled to be approved as Members or Fellows. Applicants who do not meet these criteria may be eligible to become Associates or Affiliates of the EMA. We do require that all membership applicants adhere to our Membership Code of Conduct. This is a simple set of rules ensuring that any one applicant does not abuse their position to the detriment of other membership subscribers’ benefit.

 

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