Serving Energy Management Professionals

Improving the standing of the Energy Management profession. Establishing best-practice in Energy Management. Putting Energy Management at the heart of British business

Membership & Profession

EMA Membership is open to all but only those who work or have worked in the field of energy and carbon management will be entitled to be approved as Members or Associates.

Energy Management Training

To become an EMA ESOS Lead Assessor, applicants must complete the EMA Lead Assessor process. We ask each applicant to complete this process in order to ensure he or she meets ESOS’s minimum standards as set out in PAS 51215:2014.

Resources

Our publications range from our topical News, energy management case studies, bi-monthly EMA Magazine, and Energy Managers’ Guides providing you with a comprehensive introduction to various energy efficient technologies.

Energy Management Courses

The EMA has produced a training programme for individuals interested to gain knowledge needed to operate effectively as an energy manager in a workplace.

Become a member of the Energy Managers Association

Energy Managers perform essential roles in ensuring an organisation meets its energy, carbon & water reduction responsibilities within the context of wider sustainability. Whether you are new to energy management or up-skilling, take the first steps to becoming a fully skilled energy manager with the EMA Knowledge and Skills' Gap Analysis Interview.

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Become an EMA member
EMA Members

Professional organisation for Energy Managers

The Energy Managers Association (EMA) was set up by Lord Redesdale (CEO) in February 2012 and represents Energy Managers across all industries. Our priority is to improve the position of energy management experts and their profession and act as their united voice. We aim to develop the skills, knowledge and experience of professionals through our training, high-quality peer to peer guidance and best practice exchange.

Aims

The Industry
Put Energy Management at the heart of British Business.

The Professionals
Improvement of the stand of the Energy Management profession and those working with it.

The Career
Establishement of best practice in Energy Management industry

EMA Member benefits
Policy Development

Policy Development
Energy Efficiency Policy Development: BEIS, OFWAT, OFGEM, European Commission

Standards & Training

Standards & Training
Training Standards and Programmes: Low Energy Company (LEC) Initiative; Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Lead Assessor; Schools' Course; Compliance Course

Events & Engagements

Events & Engagements
Membership Engagement: EMEX, The Energy Management Exhibition, Members' meetings, Topical Conferences, Working Groups, Empowering Women in Energy Management Group

Become an EMA Corporate Patron

The Energy Managers Association (EMA) corporate Patronage opportunities are open to a selected number of organisations that have relevance to energy management and to professionals working within this sector. The Patronage opportunities are effective ways to invest in the future of your business and to gain the profile that your organisation deserves.

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