About EMA Members

EMA Members are individuals who work, or have worked in energy, carbon, environment or sustainability management for not less than two years. 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 Estate teams.

EMA Member benefits

Member benefits

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.
  • It opens leadership/volunteer opportunities.

Professional development

  • Routes to Continuous Professional Development (CPD) programmes, resources and events to stay up to date with industry trends and advancements.

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 Knowledge and Skills Gap Analysis interview.

Develop your knowledge

  • Monthly newsletters.
  • 40% discount on virtual workshop fees.

Collaboration and knowledge sharing

As part of a wider community of 7,250+ professionals in the UK, Ireland and internationally, you can take part in these opportunities.

  • Networking events.
  • Speaking and editorial opportunities for professional and industry advancement.
  • Free entry to the EMA Energy Management Awards (subject to a fee for non-members).
  • Participation in policy consultations, policy developments and membership surveys.
  • Working/Special interest groups.

Become an EMA Member today

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