EUREM is a standardised European EnergyManager training program comprising courses, self-learning and practical work, combined with access to a European alumni network for continued knowledge exchange.
During the course, on average, each EnergyManager develops measures with savings potentials of 600 MWh/a for their company. Participants learn to describe the technical and financial aspects of their measures in a standardised and concise way, to facilitate decisions at management level. On average about 75% of these measures get implemented and further ones are carried out later on.
Developed in a SAVE II project in 2003-2005 and developed further partly with the help of EU and nationally funded programmes, partly with the training providers’ own resources, the course has been offered regularly since then (currently in 27 countries world-wide) counting now more than 5,000 alumni. They work mainly in industry and as energy consultants/auditors, but also in the service and public sectors.
The Austrian Institute of Excellence will implement the EURopeanEnergyManager training in Albania, reconfirming nationally and internationally a leading training provider.
EUREMnext has started in March 2018. This three year project is carried out by a consortium of 13 partners, headed by the Chamber of Industry and Commerce Nuremberg, and it is funded by the Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme of the European Commission.