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Certified Energy Manager Training

A Live Five-Day Seminar for
Energy Professionals in Arkansas



The City of North Little Rock and the North Little Rock Electric Department, leaders in sustainable, environmentally-conscious municipal power use, are sponsoring a live, five-day training seminar for energy professionals to earn their Certified Energy Manager (CEM) designation.

Thanks to the North Little Rock Electric Department (NLRED) for underwriting the cost of this training, you can earn your Certified Energy Manager (CEM) designation for hundreds less than at other CEM training sites. The Association of Energy Engineers' five-day CEM training normally costs up to $1,895, plus $300 for the examination. By taking this course in North Little Rock, you pay only $1,000 for the full, complete course.

Training supported by Energy Efficiency Arkansas (EEA), a partnership between the Arkansas Economic Development Commission's Energy Office and Arkansas's investor-owned electric and gas utilities and electric cooperatives through a ratepayer-funded program approved by the Arkansas Public Service Commission.

The Arkansas Environmental Federation is a non-profit education association that focuses on practical, common-sense laws and regulations based on sound science; a teamwork approach to compliance; and waste minimization and pollution prevention. The AEF enables information to be exchanged on a daily basis between its members, government regulators, and policy makers.

While your training fee will be greatly reduced, the Association of Energy Engineers will charge the standard $300 fee for those wishing to sit for the Certification Examination on November 18. This seminar application does not include registration for the CEM examination so please register for the exam at

NLR Green Agenda Committee - The City of North Little Rock

Seminar Details

8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday, November 14
to Friday, November 18, 2011

Hilton Garden Inn
4100 Glover Lane
North Little Rock, Arkansas


About the Association of Energy Engineers

As a growing professional association, the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) has a strong membership base of more than 14,000 professionals in 83 countries. AEE was the first organization to pioneer energy certification programs and has certified 10,000 CEMs and more than 22,000 professionals in specialty energy areas. AEE certification programs are recognized by the U.S. Department of Energy, U.S. Agency for International Development, the State Department, Fortune 1000 companies, utilities, energy service companies and countless others. When you earn an AEE credential, you are distinguishing yourself among colleagues in your field and demonstrating high levels of experience, competence and specialty knowledge.


Eric A. Woodroof, Ph.D. - Our featured speaker

Eric A. Woodroof, Ph.D.

For more than 15 years, Eric A. Woodroof, Ph.D., has helped more than 400 organizations and governments improve profits with energy-environmental solutions. Dr. Woodroof is the chair of the board for the Certified Carbon Reduction Manager (CRM) program and has been a board member of the Certified Energy Manager (CEM) program since 1999, both programs sanctioned by the Association of Energy Engineers.

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