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Federal Energy Management Program Update


March 28, 2022

FEMP Training Reminders

Select from the trainings below to view details and register to attend. View the FEMP Training Catalog to see all FEMP’s scheduled live and on-demand trainings.




System-Level Tools for Identifying and Quantifying Carbon Reduction Opportunities in Data Centers

MARCH 29, 2022

1:00 – 2:30 PM

0.2 CEU



System-level tools allow facilities to be in a better position to optimize IT and energy use along with reducing their carbon footprints.

Specifically, the training covers:

  1. Context and benefits of energy-efficient data center operation
  2. Overview of the DOE Energy Assessment System Tools
  3. Description of the utility carbon emission rate
  4. Discussion on the tools’ new carbon saving functionality
  5. Discussion on the tools’ new simple payback functionality (dollar savings)
  6. Examples how the individual system tools can work together.

This training provides complementary information to a previous four-part webinar series, which introduced a broad toolkit for identifying energy-saving opportunities in data centers. 

Register to attend.




Upcoming Live Webinars

Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP) Training Program

Data centers are energy-intensive and opportunities exist to reduce energy use, but significant knowledge, training, and skills are required to perform accurate data center energy assessments. In order to accelerate energy savings, the data center industry and DOE partnered to develop the Data Center Energy Practitioner (DCEP) Program. The DCEP training program certifies energy practitioners qualified to evaluate the energy status and efficiency opportunities in data centers.

April 5, 2022 & May 23, 2022 (Generalist)

April 6-7, 2022 & May 26-27, 2022 (HVAC Specialist)

April 8, 2022 & May 24, 2022 (IT Specialist)

All classes will be online until further notice. Contact mherrlin@ancis.us with questions.

EV Champion Training Series




This 4-part training series provides fleet managers and coordinators with the skills and knowledge to become subject matter experts in electric vehicle implementation. Learn to select the best EVs for your fleet and how to plan for electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) installation. 

1. Electric Vehicle Technology and Financial Considerations

Learn the basics of EV technology and financial considerations important for agencies considering fleet electrification.

April 12, 2022 10:00 am–12:00 pm | Register to Attend 

2. EVSE Power and Utility Considerations

Learn the ins and outs of EVSE power requirements and electric utility infrastructure. 

May 10, 2022 10:00 am–12:00 pm | Register to Attend

3. EV Site Assessment

Learn to plan and design your own EVSE installation.

June 14, 2022 10:00 am–12:00 pm | Register to Attend

4. Advanced Fleet Electrification

Learn EV site assessment considerations, optimal operation of a fleet of EVs, and workplace charging management.

July 12, 2022 10:00 am–12:00 pm | Register to Attend




New Self-Paced On-Demand Courses

Re-tuning Training for Buildings With Building Automation Systems


0.7 CEU


This course helps building operators, building managers, and students reduce operating costs and provide energy savings to the buildings they are responsible for or will be responsible for in the future. Throughout this course, you learn the initial steps involved in re-tuning a building with a building automation systems (BAS) and practice identifying opportunities for energy improvements while deciding how to re-tune for increased efficiency.

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Re-tuning Training for Buildings Without Building Automation Systems


0.3 CEU


This course teaches you ways to reduce operating costs and provide energy savings to the building you are responsible for or will be responsible for in the future. The focus is on buildings that do not have a building automation system (BAS).

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