Request For Information: Qualified Engineering Professionals for C-PACE Projects

The Philadelphia C-PACE program requires that a Property Owner obtain an Energy Conservation Measure Survey (“ECM Survey”) performed by a Qualified Engineering Professional for Energy Efficiency and/or Water Conservation projects. The ECM Survey must establish an energy baseline or water usage baseline and the projected energy savings or water usage reductions in order to determine the viability of the qualified C-PACE Project and the projected energy or water savings.

To be considered a Qualified Engineering Professional, an individual must have at least one of the following certifications:

  • Certified Building Energy Assessment Professional (BEAP) (offered by ASHRAE)
  • Certified Building Energy Assessment Professional (BEAP) (offered by ASHRAE)
  • Certified Energy Auditor (CEA) (offered by Association of Energy Engineers [AEE])
  • Certified Energy Manager (CEM) (offered by AEE)
  • Certified High-Performance Building Design Professional (HBDP) (offered by ASHRAE)
  • Certified Measurement and Verification Professional (CMVP) (offered by AEE and Efficiency Valuation Organization)
  • Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.)
  • Investor Confidence Project (ICP) Quality Assurance Assessor
  • Investor Confidence Project (ICP) Project Developer

Firms and individuals that meet one or more of the qualifications listed above are invited to fill out this Request For Information. By filling out this form, Qualified Engineering Professionals are self-certifying their qualifications to perform the ECM Surveys required for C-PACE projects. PEA will post the information on the Philadelphia C-PACE website as a reference for interested parties. Please note that PEA does not verify, vet, endorse, or rank Qualified Engineering Professionals.

To learn more about the Philadelphia C-PACE program, click here.

Request For Information: Qualified Engineering Professionals For C-PACE Projects

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