In August 2019, Georges graduated as PhD backed by his Research on techno-economic energy strategy modelling and analyzed new concepts by using the strength on security and flexibility of a distributed ledger with Blockchain technology, combined with Fuzzy Logic control system and Artificial Intelligence tool for decision taking.
Details of this research topics will be published in a first phase as abstracts on this website and in parallel on Rushmore University website
At a later stage, all papers will be published as a book and will become available by this and the publisher's websites.
CEMI.: Certified Energy Manager International, by the Association of Energy Engineers
The Association of Energy Engineers CEM and CEA certification programs are accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) based on the International Standard ANSI/ISO/IEC 17024. ANSI Standard 17024 is well-recognized within the industry as the highest standard in personnel certification accreditation.
U.S. Department of Energy
The CEM is the first recognized program under the Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines. The Better Buildings Workforce Guidelines were developed in collaboration between the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the commercial energy performance industry to strengthen the growing energy efficiency market by certifying a highly skilled workforce.
ASHRAE Standard 211
AEE's CEM and CEA certifications meet the criteria of an energy auditor and are qualified to do work under the ASHRAE Standard 211-2018 for Commercial Building Energy Audits.
CMVPI: Certified Measurement and Verification Professional International.
The Association of Energy Engineers, in cooperation with the Efficiency Valuation Organization (EVO), has established the Certified Measurement and Verification Professional program with the dual purpose of recognizing the most qualified professionals in this growing area of the energy industry, and raising the overall professional standards within the measurement and verification field.
The International Performance Measurement & Verification Protocol (IPMVP), first established by the U.S. D.O.E., has become the internationally recognized protocol for performance measurement and verification (M&V). The IPMVP guidelines, built with the help of organizations from 16 countries and hundreds of individual experts from 25 nations, provides a consistent, reliable approach to M&V around the world. More information about EVO as well as access to the guidelines can be found at www.evo-world.org.