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Engineering professionals who intend to build their careers as energy managers need to understand principles related to the management and economics of energy. This module covers the setting up of energy management systems (including an introduction to ISO 50001), the formation of the energy management team and the integration of energy management systems into business practice. Also covered are Singapore's energy management policies and energy market tariff structure to enable better evaluation of supply contracts for reducing energy costs.

Participants will also learn how to evaluate financial attractiveness of energy retrofit projects using simple payback, ROI, time value of money, etc and understand the various energy performance contracting models such as guaranteed savings and shared savings. Candidates taking the EME paper are to be familiar with:

Energy Conservation Act 2012; Energy Conservation (Energy Management Practices) Regulations 2013; revised 31st May 2014

SS/ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems – Requirements with guidance for use

Energy Market Authority – Electricity Policies and Regulations

Participants will also be required to complete a self-directed e-learning.


Developing a demand management plan and knowing about the energy management system are important for energy efficiency investments. As energy managers, learners need to know the methodology, benchmarks, and audit procedures needed to set up an efficient energy management system. In this way, they will know what can or cannot be done as they perform their analysis and calculations for energy efficiency investment.

Learners will then be able to develop demand management plans by conducting pre-audits checks on-site and developing demand management or integrated energy solution proposals for their organisation or clients of their organisation.

In this course, learners will learn how they can

- Develop an energy management system

- Conduct economic analysis and calculate potential savings based on prevailing market prices and usage

- Design demand management plans based on energy demand and market prices


Participants will be issued a Statement of Attainment by SSG after fulfilling all attendance, assignment and assessment requirements

(SSG Training Grant Approved Course, available for Singaporean and PR)

* Terms & conditions apply

* View here ​​​​​for more details on the funding schemes


Standard Price


*includes 8% GST (as of 2023)

Standard Price S$972
Company Sponsored: WSQ Enhanced Training Support for SMEs

SMEs that meet all of the following eligibility criteria:

Registered or incorporated in Singapore
At least 30% local shareholding by Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents
Employment size of not more than 200 (at group level) or with annual sales turnover (at group level) of not more than $100 million

SME-sponsored Trainees:
-Must be Singapore Citizens or Singapore Permanent Residents.
-Courses have to be fully paid for by the employer.
-Trainee is not a full-time national serviceman.

Further Info:
This scheme is intended for all organisations, including non-business entities not registered with ACRA e.g. VWOs, societies, etc. Only Ministries, statutory boards, and other government agencies are not eligible under Enhanced Training Support for SMEs Scheme. Sole proprietorships which meet all of the above criteria are also eligible.

Standard Price S$342
Self-Sponsored: WSQ Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy

The SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy is for Singaporeans aged 40 years old and above

Standard Price S$342
Self-Sponsored: WSQ Funding

- For Singaporeans age between 21 to 39 years
- For All Permanent Resident of Singapore

Standard Price S$522
Company-Sponsored: Non SME Companies

Non SME Companies

Standard Price S$522


Singapore Sustainability Academy

180 Kitchener Road
Singapore 208539


If you have any questions please contact SEAS Training

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