CEP, with EVO (the Efficiency Valuation Organisation) and AEE (the Association of Energy Engineers), delivers New Zealand’s only internationally recognised Measurement & Verification (M&V) Training Course and Certified Measurement & Verification Professional (CMVP) Exam. The Energy Efficiency Council in Australia also hold the same course every year and it’s a sellout!
Due to COVID-19 CEP are unable to deliver a face-to-face course. The Energy Efficiency Council in Australia are running an online training course with online exam from 22-25 March 2021. If you wish to register please email the CEP Office with your details [email protected].
Click here for full details via Energy Efficiency Council (Australia) website.
Designed for Commercial and Industrial HVAC, Lighting and Energy Management Professionals, this training and certification will help provide quality outcomes in measuring and verifying energy use and savings.
The verification of energy savings is an important aspect of energy management initiatives, and has a direct impact on project financing, greenhouse gas emission credit trading, and energy performance contracting. The most widely accepted protocol for savings verification is the International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol (IPMVP).
Participants in this course will learn how to design an M&V strategy for projects that complies with the IPMVP, and to manage the savings verification process for both internal and external reporting.
This face-to-face presentation and workshop-style course will cover the following topics as they relate to the practice of Measurement and Verification:
To become a Certified Measurement & Verification Professional, the applicant will need to undertake:
CMVP Exam: Held on the last afternoon – 4 hours (Face-to-face delivery only)
(click here for full details via Energy Efficiency Council (Australia) website)
Please email the CEP Office with your details [email protected] including the training you wish to attend.
Trainer: Bruce RoweDates & Location
Venue: Online via Energy Efficiency Council (Australia)
Dates: 22-25 March 2021
Times: 12pm-6pm (New Zealand) daily with 1 hour lunch break