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Certified Energy Manager (CEM®) Training – Danville

March 9 - March 13

A comprehensive, detailed instructional program covering the full scope of technical, economic, and regulatory components of effective energy management.

When: Mar. 9 – Mar. 13, 2020 • M – TH 8-5, Friday 8-12 (includes 4-hour exam)
Where: Regional Center for Advanced Technology and Training (RCATT), 121 Slayton Avenue, Danville, VA 24540
Cost: AEE Member Fee: $2,395 pp • Non-AEE Member Fee: $2,595 pp
*Workforce training funds to cover 50-90%, based on company size, are available for reimbursement.

Fee includes:
• Energy Management Handbook
• Proctored exam on fifth day of training (Friday 8 AM – 12 PM)
• Cost of the CEM application and exam ($400 value)
• Break beverages/snacks and daily lunches

For information or questions about the CEM training please contact:
Philip Kauneckas, (434) 773-4401, pkauneck@itape.com
Mark Custer, (434) 489-9683, mcuster@blueridgefiberboard.com

NOTE: Go to http://portal.aeecenter.org/custom/certifications/form.cfm?form_id=87 to access and complete your CEM application. The cost of the exam and application fee ($400 value) is included in the registration fees noted above.

Credits earned for attending: 3.2 CEU | 32 PDH | 6.4 AEE Credits




Joseph H. Harrell, Associate Vice President Facilities Management Central Utility Plant 2-01, University of Cincinnati

Instructor: Joe Harrell is the Associate Vice President of Facilities at the University of Cincinnati, and his team of 500 dedicated professionals is responsible for all building services for 124 uptown buildings and three branch campuses totaling more than 13 million square feet. The services they provide include maintenance and repairs, housekeeping, grounds, transportation, central receiving, moving services, mail delivery, utilities, and our in-house construction group. Joe also enjoys working with students, faculty, and other staff members to make UC’s campus more energy efficient. Before joining UC, he worked for a utility company and several ESCO’s where he worked with many large industrial and commercial energy users to design, finance, and implement large-scale energy conservation projects.

Joe is on many committees, including the Board of the UC Early Learning Center, Co-chair of Tobacco Free UC, President’s Advisory Committee on Environment and Sustainability, and is a UC Be Well Ambassador. Joe has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Rose Hulman Institute of Technology and is a licensed Professional Engineer and a Certified Energy Manager. He is the Vice President of the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and conducts training around the country for the AEE’s Certified Energy Managers program.


March 9
March 13