Leading in energy management - Page 10



Knowledge at your fingertips
Throughout your career
and in delivering an energy
strategy for your business
or organisation, success will
depend on staying abreast of
emerging trends in the field,
the latest developments in
technology, best practice and
policy.
The EI is your companion on
that journey, providing access
to unrivalled printed and
online resources to support
your continuing professional
development (CPD) and the
benefits that come from
having a wider perspective
across the energy system.
The EI’s eLibrary
Energy management is a key feature of our eLibrary, which contains more than 100,000
books, magazines, reports and analysis. Our energy management collection provides
free-to-access , peer-reviewed insights on energy management and its importance,
an outline of the key processes involved, steps for building and maintaining an energy
management system and how to develop your career as an energy management
leader.
Energy Essentials: A guide to Energy Management
Designed for those in the early stages of an energy management career, the guide puts
the energy manager at the heart of a set of questions that should be asked as energy
management is introduced in an organisation. It also explores opportunities for career
success.
CPD articles
An extensive series of articles by industry experts providing coverage of energy
management topics and trends. Each modular article includes an assessment
questionnaire, contributing over time to an EI CPD certificate. All previous modules are
available online, new articles are published monthly in Energy In Buildings & Industry
magazine.
Lighting Guide
An interactive online guide providing a roadmap for overseeing a lighting upgrade in
an organisation, questions to ask suppliers or manufacturers, a checklist of what should
be included in a tender response and signposts to standards, guidance and further
reading.
Energy World
Our monthly magazine for energy professionals covering the entire energy industry
and its customers. Through content from its editors, energy writers and industry
experts it provides analysis on the big picture - everything from small-scale solar to
nuclear power, energy demand to supply, policy to technology – and how these are
interconnected and affect the environment.





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