This management course does far more than providing ‘technical fixes’ as it strives to systematize the control of energy in an organization. Delegates will be asked to use the data from their organizations to develop practical and useful methods for reducing energy consumption. They will then be shown how to integrate energy considerations as a normal part of business management.
No academic credits can be obtained by attending this course.
Any organization that would like to learn how to conserve energy or become more energy efficient would benefit from attendance. The material is suitable for post-graduates and middle to upper management in industry.
The module has been registered with the Engineering Council of South Africa for Continuous Professional Development points. A Certificate of Attendance with an indication of the CPD points and level will be awarded
This course will be presented at the Wallenberg Research Centre @ Stias, 10 Marais Street, Stellenbosch and will run from Monday 27 July to Tue 28 July from 08:00 to 17:00
Directions can be found here.
All travel arrangements are for your own account. The Stellenbosch Information Bureau can be contacted at
tel. 021-883 3584 for available accommodation near the university. A list of available guesthouses can also be obtained from email@example.com.
The course is designed for a restricted number of attendees so as to personalize and maximize the learning experience. Bookings will be taken on a first come first served basis.
Registration must be done online here.
No registration is final until you have received a confirmation by email from Stellenbosch University.
Registrations close on 13 July 2015
Cancellation of enrolment made up to and including 13 July 2015 will be subject to a 15% handling fee. No refunds will be made after this date; however, substitutions will be accepted.
The course fee includes all study material, tea/coffee and lunches.
Denis van Es is a graduate mechanical engineer (UCT: BSc 1970, MSc 2010) with over 40 years technical and managerial experiences in mechanical services and energy management within South Africa, continental Africa and the UK. He has worked in many different kinds of organizations including as head of the Energy Efficiency Group at the ERC. He is currently GM of a consultancy specialising in energy efficiency assessments, including working with the Eskom DSM programme. He is accredited under a US Department of Energy programme for industrial energy audits. Denis van Es is a member of the SABS technical committee working on ISO 50 000 and is qualified at expert level in Energy Management Systems, as well as undertaking a peer review at expert level of fan system optimisation training material. He was a contributor to a recently published Global Energy Assessment, focussing on industrial energy efficiency.
Centre for Renewable and Sustainable Energy Studies