Energy Manager

These blog posts will introduce you to the steps required to become, and succeed as, a professional energy manager.

Tips for Troubleshooting Your Circuit Breaker

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Wed, 2013-10-09 13:44
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Your circuit breaker plays an essential role in the safety of your home by helping to protect your electrical wiring system from overheating. By sensing any electrical overload and interrupting the flow of electricity, circuit breakers help to prevent electrical blowouts that could lead to personal injury and even home fires. While most homeowners know the value of their circuit breaker, many do not know how to troubleshoot issues as they come up.  Read more: Tips for Troubleshooting Your Circuit Breaker »

How to Become an Energy Manager

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Fri, 2014-04-04 11:09
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One of the most talked about green jobs of the moment is the energy manager. With rising energy costs and increased awareness, energy efficiency professionals are turning to their resumes for an answer to how they can keep up with this rapidly growing industry. The answer involves a slight career change.  Read more: How to Become an Energy Manager »

What is a Commercial Energy Manager?

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Wed, 2018-06-06 13:12
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Sun, 2011-09-04 04:21
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An Energy Manager is usually a commercial building or industrial professional with the knowledge, skills, and experience to maximize building energy efficiency. The responsibilities of an Energy Manager range from capital planning to equipment operations to supervising or performing equipment maintenance. Typically, commercial and industrial equipment consists of boilers, chillers, roof top units, lighting systems, building automation (control) systems, ventilation systems, and more.