Energy managers association

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The Energy Managers Association (The EMA) was founded in 2012 by Rupert Redesdale to be the UK voice for Energy manager's across all industries and to enhance the recognition of the profession. As of 2019 the EMA represents a community of over 7,000 professionals - made up of some of the most respected names in their profession, of whom manage around £10 billion worth of the UK non-domestic energy spend. The EMA have a board of directors [1] that steer the direction of the association.

About The EMA[edit]

The EMA's core aims are to improve the standing of energy management professionals, to develop knowledge transfer, and the sharing of and enhancing best practice amongst its members and community. Running many initiatives, working groups and training courses including energy efficiency, energy reduction, energy demand & decarbonisation[2]

EMA membership is on an individual (non-corporate) basis though it already represents Energy Managers from companies with a collective energy spend of around £10 billion.

The EMA Awards[edit]

The EMA presents an annual awards event every year at Energy Management Exhibition London (EMEX London) every November, which it has been hosting for 6 years. The EMA Energy Management Awards [3] were established to Recognise and Reward Excellence in the Energy Management Industry consist of awards like Energy Manager of the year and Energy Management Team of the year across the Public Sector and Private Sector, as well as Energy Management Project of the year, and Energy Management Product. Lord Redesdale issues the winning certificates at the event in person.

The EMA Magazine[edit]

The association produces a bi-monthly magazine [4] for its membership and wider community, which covers news and features related to energy management, sustainability and Environment such as, projects, interviews, initiatives and industry updates.

See also[edit]

  • Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment


  1. "List of the Board of Directors of the EMA". The EMA. 19 November 2020. Retrieved 25 November 2020.
  2. "About the Energy Managers Association". The EMA. 19 November 2020. Retrieved 25 November 2020.
  3. "The Energy Managers Association (The EMA) Annual Awards". The EMA. 19 November 2020. Retrieved 25 November 2020.
  4. "The EMA Magazine". The EMA. 3 September 2020. Retrieved 25 November 2020.

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