Energy Management Systems: Building the Basics

Dusit Thani Manila

Energy efficiency often has taken a secondary position to new power generation as a solution to global warming and other environment-related issues. Some companies also have been reluctant to engage in efficiency measures, despite the often favorable returns on investments that can result and reach savings of about 30 percent. Assessments conducted by environmental business strategists have seen that energy efficiency has proved to be a cost-effective strategy for building economies without necessarily growing energy consumption.

This two-day course will help the participants understand the purpose of Energy Efficiency and practices. This course will guide the participants on Energy Efficiency practices and help them integrate these practices to their organizations. This course will also help the participants understand the benefits and challenges in implementing Energy Efficiency for their organizations.

  At the end of this training, participants
  should be able to
  • Understand the purpose and principles underpinning Energy Efficiency
  • Appreciate the need for energy efficiency and benchmark best practices & frameworks
  • Establish processes for an effective energy management strategy
  • Achieve potential cost savings for their organizations by implementing and maintaining energy performance indicators
  • Establish, implement, maintain and improve an energy management system
Energy and facilities managers
Environment officers and managers
Energy consultants
Policy developers and managers
Architects and surveyors
Energy assessor
  Day 1
  • Introduction
    • Overview of Energy Efficiency
    • Need for Energy Efficiency
    • Challenges and Benefits of implementing an Energy Efficiency Strategy
  • Discussion of Standards-based Energy Efficiency systems (e.g. EMS, EN 16001)
    • Energy Efficiency-Best Practices/ Frameworks
    • Energy Management Programs
    • Energy Efficiency Assessments
  • Planning for an Energy Management System
  • Developing Energy Objectives, Targets and programs
  • Exercises/ Case Study Analysis
  Day 2
  • Implementation and Operations
    • Training and Awareness
    • Communication
    • Documentation
    • Monitoring and Measurements
  • Audit and Management Review
  • Exercises/ Case studies
  • Summary and Wrap-up discussions

Php 16,000 ECCP Members
Php 17,000 Non ECCP Members
(includes coffee breaks, lunches,
seminar materials and certificate of attendance)


For confirmations and
more information, please contact

Ms. Jasmin Runez of ECCP at 845 1324
or email
Click and download the registration form HERE.
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