ESOS is a UK scheme to encourage large organisations to save energy and money through energy efficiency. Organisations are required to undertake assessment to identify cost-effective energy saving measures on supplies to on supplies to buildings, industrial processes and transport. These assessments can only be conducted by an approved ESOS Lead Energy Assessor and the EMA has a process in place for energy management professionals to achieve the ESOS Lead Assessor status.
An Energy Manager performs an essential role in ensuring an organisation meets its energy, carbon and water reduction responsibilities within the context of wider sustainability imperatives. Whether you are now 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.
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.