[Bldg-sim] Education for Energy Engineer

Brad Painting bradpainting at gmail.com
Thu May 27 10:59:42 PDT 2010

David -- located in the Cleveland, OH area (Hudson).

Gregg -- I didn't realize there was an in-training option for CEM. Thanks.

On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 8:34 PM, Brad Painting <bradpainting at gmail.com>wrote:

> Oh yeah. My undergraduate is a B.S. in mechanical engineering. That might
> be relevant.
> Gary -- CEM certification is something I've considered, but I need a couple
> years more of experience (to meet the required 3 years) before I can
> actually attempt it.
> Saleh -- Thanks for the link. I was hoping there was ideally something I
> could take in-state as an Ohio resident, but relocation is something I may
> have to think about.
> Brad
> On Wed, May 26, 2010 at 6:15 PM, Brad Painting <bradpainting at gmail.com>wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I am considering enrolling in a program to advance myself as an energy
>> engineer, or energy manager. Are there any Masters engineering programs that
>> would be helpful for excelling in the field and improving my marketability?
>> Or perhaps individual classes, or even trade school? I have had just about a
>> year of experience in energy modeling and auditing, and would like to learn
>> relevant concepts more thoroughly. I appreciate any suggestions.
>> Brad Painting
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