Hi.

I am a residential energy auditor.

 

Does anyone know where Commercial Energy Audit training is offered?

 

I have seen some online commercial audit training.  Is this reputable training?

http://energyauditinstitute.com/commercial-energy-audit-certificati...

 

I am in Kansas City, MO and we have some commercial opportunities upcoming.

Thanks..Donna

www.106greenway.com

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Sorry I have never heard of them & one catch with commercial is they will generally require an engineering degree. You may wish to check out the AEE's CEA program - I have most of the info on what is covered, etc...here http://blog.sls-construction.com/2011/day-1-aee-cea-training
Thanks Sean.

Either the CEA or CEM from AEE are the most recognized and accepted training and certification for commercial auditing.

 

Thanks William.

 

Hi Donna,

 

Retrotec offers Large Building Air Leakage training.  We've worked with the US Army Corps of Engineers to help develop the large building testing protocol as well as a course to teach commercial testing methods and compliance.

 

Attached is a overview of the class.  If you would like more information give me a call or email at 855 -RETROTEC, or

silvie@retrotec.com

 

Sincerely, Silvie Votrubova
Lead Project Coordinator
silvie@retrotec.com www.retrotec.com

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Thanks Silvie.

I will be in contact.

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